Headlines : while individual vice chancellors may differ: since Unesco's 2021 publication of education is broken- University leaders must take responsibility. Overall white G* Universities pose the biggest problem to sustainability Generation. Those maximising collaboration with younger half of world include partners of University of Billion poorest village mothers and ai researchers most connected with UN University system with special thanks to Guterres leadership and Japan. EconomistUniversity.com connects notes begun by Keynesian students 1945 continued from 1951 when Economist journalists were taught by Von Neumann in the most exciting journalist scoop: ask leaders what they will do with 100 times more tech per decade that's a million times :Moore: per 30 year generation

Thursday, December 29, 2016

congratulations Bkash

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This year www.bkash.com of the end poverty network BRAC
 became the developing world's largest cashless bank overtaking
Mpesa. The low transactional costs of cashless banking are one
 of the greatest leapfrog transformations yet seen through
Industrial Revolution 1 to 4.

 This is quite an excellent development for Bangladesh
given bkash was only born in 2012. Its worth pointing out
exactly how destructive to the future of youth the opposite
sort of bad banking systems is. The slide from an open source
 preparing for India's civil service shows the new sort of
financial literacy that one would hope all job creating teachers
 possess

World Bank President Kim Visits BKash - News Today

newsexcellent.com/news/World-Bank-President-Kim-visits-bKash/
World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim visited
 the head office of bKash in Dhaka on Monday. 
... World Bank Group President Jim Kim 
Visits Uttar Pradesh.

BRAC Blog » Beyond pilots: 7 innovative ways BRAC will use mobile ...

blog.brac.net/.../beyond-pilots-7-innovative-ways-brac-will-use-mobile-money-to-tra...



Jun 7, 2015 - bKash is merely a tool that opens up an 
exciting frontier of ... World leaders in development 
like Bill Gates and Jim Kim have said that mobile ...



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