As well as updating 50 years of work the late great sir fazle abed added one extra challenge to integrate every decade. his last challenge was brac the global universsy network of poverty.
Over 5 decades serving the new nation of bangladesh from 1972 solutions innovated by all the truest friends of fazle largest ngo coalition gravitated by biggest population challenge of all - how poorest women develop places to end poverty. Sir Fazle was as modest as he was determined- he used to say, the poorest women do all the hard work, my best friends decide there is something they want to do with their life that applies to all of us., as an engineer i simply listen out for a beautiful local solution and pick ones i can find ways of helping villagers scale massively
we are going through all the transcripts of fazle - to collate his advice on university - do you have any email@example.com
70s resilient community change disaster relief to bottom-up to direct cash transfer
sir fazle took on the challenge of building a national service eg health - where none existed in villages ie places without electricity grids or running water- which do you think mattered most when building a health service - health servant leaders or financial wizards?
80s last mile health servants - the first lesson 100000 villages need to share- cataloguing vilage businesses of para health and nutrition- change aid part 2 planting sustainable microfranchise business models wherever village women can energise them
90s building girls schools
00s staying ahead of tech to go global, national, and village
10s banking for a billion unbanked with fintech and succession project - the global uni of poverty