- banks designed to make 2010s youths most productive decade

Te final rounds in the human race to end poverty are caused by elders failing to credit youth

-which of these disastrous failoures of elders so you wish to help end 

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Free Community health care  training networks - plea by partners in health nd millennials world bank

- main lesson fom west africa 2014 and bangladesh since 1972

and Haiti since 1982 and Open Society alumni since 1992

MoocYunus and 12 greatest job creators -why not a free global university of poverty and job creation with direct social action learning netwirk connectiosn to those  wit most massive collaboration solutions to ending poverty and creating jobs out of any place sustainaning a future

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partnering in publishing world record book of job creation 

 The EU behaving as a HIG (Haggard Infertile Grandmother) - consequences lst generations of livelihhod; maddening follies at borders eg Ukraine; non-sustainable energy policies; a world where the worst of Swiss-Lux-Germanic banking rules investment decisions

dbanj and Jim Kim Rock the world bank - and food security 

Nigerian and World Bank and Apple and One's Pop stars request to value where ending poverty can be achieved 10 times more effectively than investing in agriculture than anything else including oil




please help us map financial services networks that are helping get european youth back to work -please note we take all complaints by youth clients seriously and take collective action against organisations that are not what they claim -suggestions/questions

  paris  microstart belgium PerMicro Italy ; MFC Poland03

 ANDC Portugal03 First Step Ireland03 Afile77 vFrance03 Fonds de Participation Belgium03  NCN Norway03 Good.bee credit Romania   
 BBK Fondacion Spain03 Fair FinanceUK03  Credal Belgiu03 Evers&Jung Gremany-3 Finnvera Finland03    
 WW Banco Mujer03    Aga Khan Agency for MF Switzerland Neem Sweden cJoyce    
     GLS Germany Merkur Denmark    
      Cultura Norway    

some sources we check

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emnmembers2011high.jpgwe believe that youth and communities need to rebuild credit all round the world- this was first proposed as a global vilages model of economics in 1950s, but what wall street's lost decade of economics was exposed to have perpetrated in 2008 makes this changeover urgent if developed natiuons want there to be jobs for youth, let alone if we want to celebrate millennium goals with todays' million times more powerful collab tach than a genration ago
when one needs to start all over again with the basic building blocks, macroeconomists - their media who soundbite instead of asking iterative questions, and the academics they hire - are trolls. What we need is to get back to the simple heroic stories of building communitues and nurturing youth in a way simple enough for every primary school teacher to be confident that this whole truth isnt a political or culturallly-conflicting issue, any more than basic trigonometry is. We find it easiest to start our good news guide to the world of pro-youth banking in Africa. with your help -and that of the entrepreneurial union - we can get to other regions as 2012 progresses 


Our story so far

In 1976 The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant started a family tree of Entrepreneurial Revolution Networks -latest good news at .

We value economics that invests in youth's productivity out of ever community and global village.

We want to map how 1 million times more collaborative technology than available for mans race to moon in 1960s can make 2010s youth's most productive decade

We believe that credit networked smartly and transparently determines whether youth and any nation can grow. We celebrate when eg US congress agrees on its non partisan moments as filmed at  If you integrate this idea you can also make informed contributions to world currency markets that are currently biassed against youth and are expoentially destructing sustainability almost everywhere. (more good news at 1)

In choosing a benchmark credit for any nation we guide you to, our criteria are

>Does it only ever issue credit to help people (particularly youth) income generate? - this is the exact opposite to a bank that aims to trap people in debt. In supporting income generation (we seethere are occasional specific credit products empowering family safety and education but where a country's most trusted credit institution extends to these services the reasoning needs to have been voted for by poorest members or a trust representing them; there may also be infrastructure partnerships like clean water and other dynamics of sustainable community and networking life supporting information but youth need to be celebrated in mediating these; its a fact of banking that ove rtime the older edge out the interests of the younger, those with the most edge out those with the least unless ownership and governance relentlessly values these constituencies rights to be sustained by the core model of the credit network)

>Does it collaboratively develop community markets in which those with the least are welcome to participate? And does it openly hub knowhow? (service franchises across peers who wish to income generate and serve communities through similarly economic processes). Our generation is the first to depend on productuvity of a borderless world. We need to help youth everywhere celebrate the new economics of abundancy as more valuable to all our childrens lifes than old economics of scarcity

If it is legally allowed to, does it offer savings products? Over time sustainable savings services are as much the lifeblood of a place's development as the human right to credit but in some countries the law needs changing before pro-yooth ownership structure is possible. Doing something rather than waiting for a nation to have pro-youth laws matters so we can celebarte every country's growth of youth

>If you disagree with our nomination - then like all whole truth consumer/social movements - send us your brief reasoning but expect us to publish it with bookmark or other link to you as a transparent mediator. We aim for an iterative process in transparency (as well as innovation) for us all to try and learn from.

we hope these footnotes will give more perspective on why we value 2010s as youths most productive decade with urgent calls for action around youth networks and the most exciting goals of this new millennium as judged by next generations including all our children - we aim to be very active in how education can inform entrepreneurial revolution - you can tell us whetgher we are missing anyglobal vilage education guides at eg
Good news footnote 1
It is not as well known as it could be that towards the end of his like Keynes swore pro-youth economists to a hippocratic oath to be responsible for dynmics including currency which would increasingly mediate the world. Its nice for a place to dream of being a democracy but it cant control a tsunami of hostile currencies. Its also not as well known as it could be that Adam Smith started the modern trust valuation of economics in 1758 because his country scotland was one of the first in modern times to lose its independence to an international financial scam, This event spu njust after 1700 in such a way that by 1843 a majority of all scots had had to sail the seven seas to be free to live producvtively. In 1843 a Scot came down to London to try and mediate with empire so that the rest of Scots could grow generations out of Scotland. He needed to sack over half of MPs from the Empire's parliament. To do this he satrted the media innovation of The Economist and got queen victoria on his side a little too fast. She asked him to go and start a pro-youth bank in India. 9 months into this project in Calcutta 1860. he died of diarrhea- something that banks and healthcare didnt ecomically cure until Bangladesh gained independence in 1971

Benchmarks of youthworldbanking around Africa

Kenya - Jamii Bora : nominated for 60 country replication by microcreditsummit, seconded by queen sofia of spain

Malawi- Micrloanfoundation - invites youth particularly from london and boston to collaborate in best of very rural microcredits; new collabs for 2012 include

 how to franchise village solar and water -typical vilage is about 50 head of households- including chlidren need to sustain/grow 200 livelihoods

how to renew one of the country's game parks but in such a way that local people all around the game park can make sustainable livelihoods- otherwise their urgent needs will ungreen the park!

of the intercountry partnership models - we recommend understanding how BRAC networks

 and how wholeplanetfoundationworks

we believe kiva and babyloan are inteersting www connectors but you have to look at local partners case by case as well as what their worldwide loanees prioritise - we need your reviews

we also welome news on such models as FINCA and CARE and Grameen Foundation-without more detail on what franchises their bankiing develops it is hard to evaluate the economics of their models but one must assume those who sponsor their great reputations have the information to guide this



, rope is comprehensively mapped out of france at


Friday, July 20, 2012

the princes trust scottish branch psybt is part of the european networks of microcredit- it also links with partnership searches like this one announced recently

About us

This framework for consultation was funded by the consortium of Youth Business International (YBI), War Child UK and Restless Development through their Programme Partnership Agreement (PPA) with the UK Department for International Development (DFID). The consultation is chaired by YBI, and the consortium commissioned Overseas Development Institute (ODI) to conduct research and to act as secretariat to the consultation.

All three consortium partners engage to varying degrees and at different levels in supporting youth entrepreneurship or livelihoods across different contexts.

About YBI

Youth Business International is a global network of independent non-profit initiatives helping young people to start and grow their own business and create employment. HRH The Prince of Wales is President. YBI members assist under-served young entrepreneurs with a combination of training, access to capital, mentoring and other business development services. They adapt this common approach to their local context, working in partnership with governments, businesses and multilateral and civil society organisations.

About Restless Development

Restless Development is the youth-led development agency. Restless Development works across three main areas: civic participation, sexual and reproductive health and livelihoods and employment. In this latter area, they are empowering young people with the skills, inspiration and resources to take up productive livelihoods and employment opportunities that contribute not only to their household income, but to the economies of their wider communities and countries.

About War Child UK

War Child UK is an international NGO that provides life-changing support to children and families, whose lives have been torn apart by war. War Child’s vision is “a world in which children’s lives aren’t torn apart by war”. War Child works on the ground with local organisations in five countries to provide child protection, access to education, vocational and life-skills training and livelihood support to children and young people in conflict affected communities.

About ODI

ODI is Britain’s leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues. Their mission is to inspire and inform policy and practice which lead to the reduction of poverty, the alleviation of suffering and the achievement of sustainable livelihoods in developing countries.

ODI’s Private Sector and Markets programme focuses on private sector development, and the role of business in promoting growth and poverty reduction

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