who's us feed the future program working for

We have been told that this is the signature program of 5 years of Obama Administration - probably the only one to have been designed after new BOTTOM-UP value chain transparency thinking at usaid and aimed at the most responsible corporate partnerships the US has ever fostered in poorest developing countries - reports welcome on how it works

..related reference USAID partners Yunus..

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Youth Foundation Dc region tel no 301 881 1655

 

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What Will It Take To Transform African Agriculture 2013-2030? (Event Resources)        

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MPEP Seminar Series #4     
Thomas Jayne, David Atwood, Jerome Wolgin
USAID
June 20, 2013     

This seminar featured Thomas Jayne of Michigan State University, David Atwood of USAID’s Bureau for Food Security, and Jerome Wolgin of USAID’s Bureau for Africa in a discussion moderated by Jeanne Downing of USAID’s Office of Microenterprise and Private Enterprise Promotion. The panelists addressed the big question: what will it take to transform African agriculture?

Reviewing current evidence, the panelists discussed reasons why Africa has not followed in the footsteps of Asia, what kinds of investments are needed for African agriculture to become more productive, market-oriented and profitable, and how donors can facilitate increased nonfarm jobs and enterprise opportunities.

See images from the event below:

- See more at: http://microlinks.kdid.org/library/what-will-it-take-transform-afri...

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Which World Class Projects urgently need pro-youth investors?

About Pro-Youth economics at Norman Macrae Foundation online library of norman macrae - The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant -videos 1 2 -fansweb  NMFoundation- youth projects - include yunuschoolusa

 

fullest press reports  Grameen Brand Partnership Architecture

exponential impact advisory: the social business youth networks inspired by muhammad yunus -without which millennium goal actions networks would be way behind are worth far more than any individual parts according to Norman Macrae Foundation  trilliondollaraudit methodology and charter notespace

Beyond the extraordinary investment of the members bank at Grameen, and the approximate third share its members foundation holds in grameenphone, here is our Unofficial League Table of Most Impactful Social Business Investments around yunus - last update 1 dec 2012

! Grameen Solar

Grameen Mobile Nursing nets and college

3 Portfolio of investments linkedin by Japan

4 Portfolio of youth-led networking inventions in US educationsystem  tertiar and secondary - transparency note NM Foundation has minor donation/loan interest

5 Investments in Grameen as collaboration brand linked in out of paris- the origin of global social business partnership funds

6 OpenTech investments of Grameen Intel

 

-------- while not controlled by yunus we see wholeplanetfoundation microcredit investment table and conscious capitalsm movements and hugely important to advancing pro-youth economicsmission of friends of youth and yunus

 

email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.ukif you have questions or recommendations of entries that should be in this league table

-please read notes about what pro-youth economists mean by superapps being most impactful


Nov 2011 Europe's last super summits?- G20 3-4 Cannes; SB ac 9 gen 10-12 vienna; MC near madrid 14-17  European Union Nov 18 

click pic to download journal of pro-youth economics sampled by post to 3000 leaders chosen by Yunus

papers world microcreditsummit 2011


 

2010s Global Village Economics Races- will youthand societies win the race to:

  • bankabillion people directly on mobile phones - if so 10 times lower transactional costs can change every assumption of economics
  • Good News Media- even before Rupert Murdoch's expose filmakers like Will Wenders showed there is notimefelt to empower youth with joyful world service media
  • Will first 10000 entrepreneurial rural telecentres be owned mutually for poorest in communities or by Bill Gates- how does this depend on whether giving circles of billanthropists use microeconomic or macroeconomics's opposite valuation metrics?

 

SB Stockmarkets:

  • A) banking & financial services
  • B) green including energy and food and water
  • C) goodwill media, tech and edu
  • D) health

Next Pro-Youth & Ynuus Deadlines

18 Januray 2013 Alabama

30 January 2013 Tokyo

rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.ukto share news of these and other key youth and yunus events

 


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India 2011 Law on Microcredit

 

BBC and Murdoch 

Call for microcreditsummit to launch SB stockmarket of banks

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