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The latest JamiiBora Trust Movie!Great work of producers, Daniel Karslake and Helen Mendoza ''CLIMBING THE LADDER'':The true story of JamiiBora Trust.

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BREAKING NEWS 11 Dec 2010 Family associations of Norman Macrae & friends of Grameen Economics are sponsoring the 2nd visit this year of African Hub ambassador Lesley Williams and the first visit of worldwide hub founder Jonathan Robinson to Kenya's Jamii Bora. They will survey what JB's founders collaboration wishes are as this unique youth mobile slum microcredit model accelerates impacts around the world as well as making Kenya one of the destinations for all interested in youthworldbanking.

 

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PROTOTYPE Grameen Africa Fall 2010
Best wishes from world economists to progressing Africa Commision Report 2.0 - start of the lst week of september in New York's annual gathering of global initiatives from Clinton's to Queen Rania's, and start of the UN year (more news)
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Though well intended version 1.0 only contributed to London's most terrifying year 2005 of top down macroeconomic waste & exponential decline in community sustainability  - what was supposed to be Blair & Brown's invitation to the world to connect in making poverty history and loving Africa ended up in 7/7 where my community building mentor was killed. 40 of us met in his honor to share collaboration networks round sustainability's greatest exponential crises and to make sure the next time London (ie 2012) takes the world stage in promising exciting worldwide actions of human progress, it is empowered by citizens not top down government and their trickle down aids- we hear that The Economist has chrsitened Britain world's most Daring Nation - perhaps 2012 YES WE CAN do out of the capital that spun all the folly grandeurs of empire what 2005 was just too early to globally reconcile
Our associate MC.tv is still tryng to help connect the main worldwide action agendas from the 2 greatest microcreditsummits ever - Keny's 2010 thanks to Jamii Bora 1 2, together with Spain's 2011 both thanks to the greatest royal friend the poorest have ever been represented by: Queen Sofia of Spain 
Fall's VideoPick By Favourite Afican Social Business Correspondent
Hub world out of Africa- our family foundations isabellawm.com have been making a social business investment in the Joburg hub of http://the-hub.net/ , a worldwide network of 6000 entrepreneurs linking in 50 future capitals as seen recently on CNN. You can also help us make sure African Capitl news of upmicro is well represented at http://yunuscity.ning.com

GrameenAfrica is a member of the dr yunus worldwide fans webs GlobalGrameen - for official Yunus web out of Dhaka go to YunusCentre  http://www.muhammadyunus.org/Search/?ordering=&searchphrase=all&searchword=africa
Upcoming celebrations; dr yunus 70th birthday and 7th decade wishes - round up of wishes will be made 6 days after his actual birthday during the Glasgow Microeconomics summit with Dr Yunus on Interdependence Day July 4
Topline searches:
  1. Yunus poised to move Grameen Scotland forward in July


    Social Enterprise Live - Claudia Cahalane - May 26, 2010
    Muhammad Yunus – who set up Grameen Bank to tackle poverty in Bangladesh – will take part in new talks about Grameen Scotland this July, he said last night. ...
  2. In 1810, a Scottish minister helped to revolutionise people's ...


    Herald Scotland - Michael Moss - 2 days ago
    On Wednesday, the Church of Scotland and Edinburgh University host a ....Throughout the world, institutions like the Bangladesh-based Grameen Bank often
  1. Grameen-Danone Nations Cup: Tangail emerge as champions


    The New Nation - 18 hours ago
    Tangail District team emerged as the champions of the Grameen-Danone Nations ... Cup scheduled to be held in South Africa from September 29 to October 4. ...
    Tangail clinch Nations Cup Football crown - Financial Express Bangladesh
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    The long-awaited Africa Progress Report, produced by a panel of African and foreign ... Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, the founder of Grameen bank, ...
    Africa must take her future into her hands - Sowetan
    'Use new scramble for Africa' - Upstream Online
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Monday, September 20, 2010

New york Collabs with Africa Fall 10

Clinton
The Paradigm Project Featured at Clinton Global Initiative


PR Newswire (press release) - 4 hours ago
Paradigm, a first year member of the Clinton Global Initiative, was selected ... recently said, "Over the past 50 years, Africa has received more than $1 ...
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Expands ...


    PR Newswire (press release) - 1 hour ago
    In Africa, one in four women and children are malnourished. ... co-hosted by Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State of the United States, ...
  • S. Africa Looks at 150 Billion Rand Solar Power Park


    BusinessWeek - Mike Cohen - Lauren van der Westhuizen - 4 days ago
    The study is being conducted by South Africa's Department of Energy with the Clinton Climate Initiative. A memorandum of understanding was signed by South ...
    SA to sell sunshine to potential investors- Times LIVE
    South Africa considers $21 bln solar power park- Reuters Africa
    R150bn Upington solar park project considered by Cabinet- Creamer Media's Engineering News
    all 19 news articles »

    Times LIVE
  • Ericsson: Benefits of mobile communication in rural and developing ...


    Reuters (press release) - 2 hours ago
    Out of those, 450 million are in Africa, which represents 43 percent of the ... the Digital Health Initiative, Women Connected for Health, and the Clinton ...
     
  • QUEEN RANIA

    Gordon Brown joins Berners-Lee's Web Foundation – but he really ...


    TechCrunch - Mike Butcher - Sep 3, 2010
    Queen Rania has 1337872 followers on Twitter and last year spoke at Le Web. Brown is also working on a new programme to bring the internet to Africa and ...
  • Gordon Brown takes leading role on the web


    IT PRO - Eric Doyle - Sep 6, 2010
    He has also joined Queen Rania of Jordan's Global Campaign for Education as ... as well as access to it, especially in Africa where the web can act as a ...

    IT PRO
  • Mada Communications provides internet for seven Jordan River ...


    AME Info - Sep 13, 2010
    Established in 1995 and headed by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah, ... service provider serving over 45 countries in the Middle East and Africa. ...
     
  • UN
     High-level UN summit on Millennium Development Goals opens in New York
    Episcopal-Life - Mary Frances Schjonberg -
    9 minutes ago
    ... UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon told a news briefing that "Africa ... Saying that "measurable action is what the MDG movement needs at this point in ...
    UN Millennium Development Goals appear out of reach in Africa- Los Angeles Times
    Global spotlight on helping world's poor-

    Village becomes lab for curing Africa's problems


    Washington Post - Jason Straziuso - Malkhadir M. Muhumed - 21 hours ago
    AP DERTU, Kenya -- This village of straw huts sits on a sea of sand 100 kilometers (60 miles) from the nearest ...

  • The Associated Press - Jason Straziuso - Malkhadir M. Muhumed - 3 hours ago
    "I'm illiterate. I move around from place to place. The reason I settled here is so they can be closer to schools. I want them to be doctors, teachers, ...
  • Report: Poor countries face education crisis
    The Associated Press - Jason Straziuso - 43 minutes ago
    Of the five countries at the bottom of the list, four are in Africa, ... "Today it must back these words with renewed action." The UN children's agency said ...
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    Tuesday, June 8, 2010

    impacts of hillary clinton, queen sofia and dr yunus
    Both hillary clinton and queen sofia of spain have been extraordinary supporters of dr yunus microeconomics system methods for 20 years or so - being there at the origin of www.microcreditsummit.org is just one of the world networking events for humanity they have planted. They also have a lot to say and action impact about Africa. In April, Queen Sofia travelled to Kenya to help promote Ingrid Munro http://londoncreativelabs.com/blog/tag/ingrid-munro and www.jamiibora.org  as one of the best community rising things ever to happen for African people and something she wants the race to end poverty to encourage experimentation of across 50 s. hemisphere nations. In January Hilary made this speech http://www.developmentpartners.tv  about taking USAID beyond aid except in disaster; more specifically in terms of empowering local communities and job creation here is one of her reports from visit to s.frica http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2009a/08/127017.htm

     

    Women Are Drivers of Positive Change


    Hillary Rodham Clinton
    Secretary of State
    Op-Ed
    City Press, South Africa
    August 9, 2009



    When I first visited the Victoria Mxenge co-operative in Cape Town in 1997, I met homeless women working to transform an empty patch of land into a new community. They pooled their savings and microloans, bought shovels, poured concrete and built new homes for themselves and their children. In 1997 there were just 18 homes. I returned a year later and saw 104. Yesterday I found a village of thousands of homes where once there had been only dust and despair.

    The determination and entrepreneurial spirit of the women of Victoria Mxenge underscore a basic truth: empowering women is key to global progress and prosperity. This is not just a moral imperative – it is an economic one as well. When women are accorded their rights and afforded equal opportunities in education, health care and gainful employment, they drive social and economic progress. When they are marginalised and mistreated, as is the case in too many places in Africa today, prosperity is impossible.

    This week I am travelling across Africa to highlight the continent’s promise and possibility. Empowering women is a crucial step towards seizing the economic opportunities of this new century. No nation can succeed in spreading prosperity or increasing security if it leaves out or leaves behind more than half of the population.

    Our broader agenda for progress and economic growth also includes increasing trade, implementing development strategies that build capacity and opportunity, and advancing responsible governance that rejects corruption, enforces the rule of law and delivers results for people. South Africa’s leadership is essential in advancing this agenda across Africa.

    South Africans have many reasons to be proud on this National Women’s Day. President Jacob Zuma recently appointed Gill Marcus as governor of the South African Reserve Bank. Across the country, women are leading small and medium-sized businesses that are the foundation of economic progress. And South Africa is home to dynamic entrepreneurs such as Sally Marengo, who started the KPL Aluminium and Zinc Die-Casting factory which now manufactures car parts in Bedfordview, and Lillian Masebenza, who created the Mhani Gingi Social Entrepreneurial Networks to turn traditional stokvels into collectives that help disadvantaged women generate income and start new businesses.

    The women of South Africa have helped to make the country an economic anchor for the continent. They are an example of what can be accomplished through civic responsibility, commitment to the rule of law and a diversified and inclusive economy.

    Across Africa, women are driving positive change. Kenya’s Wangari Maathai has launched an international movement on behalf of environmental stewardship. Liberia’s Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has taken the reins of a nation once gripped by civil war and proven that women can lead at the highest levels.

    But in many parts of Africa, and indeed around the world, the picture is not so encouraging. Laws deny women the right to own property, access credit or make their own choices within their marriage. Women comprise the majority of the world’s poor, unfed and unschooled. They are subjected to rape as a tactic of war, so-called “honour” killings, maiming, trafficking, child marriages, genital mutilation and other violent, degrading practices.

    This week I will visit survivors of sexual and gender-based violence used as a tool of conflict in eastern Congo, where women have been victimised on an unimaginable scale. Some 1100 rapes are reported each month, with an average of 36 women and girls raped every day.

    In the face of such depravity the world must speak with one clear voice: this violence must end.

    The United States is working to develop partnerships across Africa to ensure that the rights of women are protected and respected, and that they have the opportunity to pursue an education, find a good job, live in safety and fulfil their own potential.

    President Barack Obama and I believe in Africa’s promise. Too often, the world views Africa only through the lens of poverty, disease and conflict. But we see a continent of opportunity, home to 800 million people – more than half of them women – ready to build, create and thrive.

    National Women’s Day commemorates the 20 000 South African women who marched for justice on August 9 1956. Fearless, they sang an anthem that has become a rallying cry: “Wathint’a bafazi, Wathint’ imbokodo” (You Strike a Woman, You Strike a Rock).


    Women can be the rock on which a freer, safer and more prosperous Africa is built. They just need the opportunity.

    6:33 am edt 

    2010.09.01 | 2010.06.01

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