- can you help us search for educational purpose around MOOC values and net generation capabilities:
Massive, Open, Online/Offline, Community-grounded/Collaborative/Course and goodwill investor/banking models that exponentially sustain millennials and professional leaders whose faith/trust celebrates ending poverty
How could this blog's ID be celebrated?
up to 2012 our ID building social business (celebrating 20000 alumni of journals, JobsComps, dvds and books of Muhammad Yunus): celebrated how Bangladeshi Muslims and village mothers had prepared the way since 1972 - inviting worldwide millennials to celebrate wmen4empowerment to end poverty- since 2013 POP celebrations with Koreans, global social health networkers and Franciscans have explained how MarySearch invites all women and hopefully most millennial men to sustain the human race's new millennium. Can educators of every culture (eg gandhi, mandela, King -you tell us) help 4 hemispheres and 2 genders of us all to see that 2030now's twin goals of end poverty and map sustainability are natural win-wins?

Sunday, April 19, 2015

POP SHOP we can tell you where best to shop for POP of health (PIH),  of community ministry (Rome, Peru ..) , of mobile womens technology - where can you map us to

Sunday, January 1, 2012

The Future of Dr Yunus -his new year address on goals of building social business building 2012

note from blog co-editors- we commit to continue to help youth and yunus celebrate the search for millennials 30 most joyful and sustainability capitals at http// especially the convergence of rome and atlanta to the most massive 4-hemisphere youth celebration of ending poverty and obs creation ever peacefully staged in the USA (Atlanta Nov 2015); in mobile village world we will linin every open technologist of women4empowerment and wizard tech; and work with beyond-MOOC platforms elarning satellites and MARYSEARCH aims t map wherever POP (Preferential Option Poor) and MFTRUST celebrates every life-saving profession and you tell us Happy New year from the first day of 2012

The year 2011 has been a difficult year for all of us:’
People in Bangladesh with Grameen Bank and Grameen companies have had to suffer through a lot; and also the people outside: the friends of Grameen suffered a lot. I am happy we have got through all this keeping the spirit of Grameen in tact, and I am very happy for the support we have received during this traumatic period within the country, outside the country, all the friends around the world. That kept us strong, kept us moving forward

Now we have entered 2012 – a beginning of new hope, a new start – we see how what this year brings to us . We are looking forward to a year of peace, of accomplishments, a year of lots of memories, achievements that we all can bring together

In 2011, we had problems beyond Grameen, The problem of microcredit: The press were very critical of microcredit in 2011. Lots of stories came, lots of accusations came; it became a global phenomenon as if microcredit is about to disappear, which luckily is not the case. We have explained to people what was the problem, it was a localized problem in India, not a general problem. Now things have subsided , microcrwdit can move ahead stronger than ever.

We have the problem in Europe of financial crisis, debt crisis, of the euro, of massive unemployment,. This has raised lost of issues about the structure of the economy, the ideas of what economic systems bring. We have found out that the ruling economic system created many, many problems that remain unresolved. So in 2012 we need to see where we go from here. 2011 has not been a good year as far as economies (people lives ) have been concerned in Europe, or North America

So we need to put things in perspective. Have we come to an end of one human civilization? That one built on a particular framework which we can now see that not only doesn’t solve problems, itself doesn’t function – it causes a crisis that is unmanageable . The present system has brought the problems of climate change, problems of poverty, problems of poor health – all the massive problems that we have been talking about.

So now the fundamental issues suggest this structure cannot remain in place. So 2012 has to address all these issues : can we end one civilisation and at same time start building a new one? What will be the building blocks of this new system? One of the building blocks we offer from our side which we have been doing for several years is the idea of expanding the capitalist structure. We have to put in the building block of social business – another kind of business – the obsession with money cannot just continue- we need to become conscious of the society, of other people in our individual lives which is missing in the present system. So that’s what we need to bring in very consciously in 2012 – the building block of Social Business. We have to make it recognisable, make it attractive, make it functioning all over the world – not just in 1 country or 2 countries – we should be working in at least 50 countries -taking root this year, so at least two or 3 social business are functioning. We have to move on from achievements of 2011 of Social Business to a 2012 level where it will be feasible, it will give hopes to people, it will excite the young generation, To the young people of the world : yes you don’t have to inherit a crumbling structure, we can build a new structure and this is within our means and capacity to do. That’s what we want to do, so 2012 will be the year for young people, for creativity , the year of social business .We have lots of actions lined up for 2012 –as far as Social Business is concerned. We need you to get involved in Social Business, each one of us can create Social Business by creating ideas, by bringing new designs for SB. Once we can put the design in place, we can go into actions. Today some structures are already emerging, and 2012 will give them more shape. So that they can be functioning.

Events that we have designed in past will continue in a stronger way. First of all in beginning year National University of Singapore organising SB forum for the region. We will bring people together right form the beginning of the year to see where we stand and what needs to be done. All of you are invited to come and join us in Singapore at end of February. So this is the first one we see on the agenda. The next one we see is in Japan in July – the social business forum Asia that is organised by Fuzhou University – a very important forum bring business leaders, youth across region and policy makers , academics to get together to see where we take social business in Asia. Then the global social business summit- the fourth summit (the 4th one) will be taking place in Vienna in first week of november. We look forward to seeing you there with lot of ideas, concrete ideas not just coming to listen- we will have a large display room to see what we can do for employment generation , addressing climate and environmental issue – many things we want to do. So all these thing will take positions, there are many initiatives coming from many countries. We are also looking forward to Social Business tours – first Social Business tour of Africa on millennium goals- and we would like this to extend to North Africa and Middle East and other regions. We want to connect concrete action plans across the countries we go to. – and connect young people and business ceos so that these contacts can start a whole series of Social Business all around of us. We want to make 2012 a memorable year for SB, really giving a big push in terms of thinking, actions, connecting new partners. In terms of exploring possibilities, We don’t want to get caught up in sad news, all the difficulties of economy, all the depressing thoughts of unemployment. We want to bring out the entrepreneurial ability of people rather than just waiting for getting a job. We will have to see who wants to be job seekers or job givers. Definitely Social Business opens up the possibility t many people can be job givers.

Two things we would like to focus on in 2012 from Social Business side
Emphasising participation of young people in large numbers in an active way.
We need to focus on priority areas job creation and entrepreneurial activity because unemployment has created crisis around young people everywhere, So this is a good time to see that unemployment can be overcome- we would like in the new civilisation we want to build, unemployment should be a word of the past. It should be banished . We see it as the very nature of people to keep themselves busy, keep themselves utilized- there is no reason why an active human creative human being should be unemployed and not able to exercise her or his own creativity through life.

Achieving the millennium development goals by 2015

Focusing on achieving the 8 goals, you can pick one of them or part of them and see concrete examples of creations of that. We will be bringing technology, creating new technology and creative power to address those problems. This is the beginning of a complete action so that we build up a massive solutions infrastructure.

So these are 2012 challenges to the world altogether . Keep in touch – we wish a fantastic year for all of us not just us in this conversation but the whole world. We cannot just go on the way it was , we have the power to change the world and we must do it, we must change the world, this is our task, and we will accomplish it by making 2012 the year we make the building block we are looking for, and we can present it to the whole world as social business. We wish you a happy new year and a very successful new year.
Thank you

Invitation to co-blog and 2013 namechange to MARYSEARCH

Update 2015 April  -LOTS for POP fans of MarySearch to celebrate
Jim Kim got 30 religions and cultures to commit to peacefully uniting human race around end poverty - a special shoutout to south americans the host october 2015 out of peru of jim kim's opening of world bank year 2015-2016 -its about time the epicentre of POP (Preferential Option Poor), the major scaling epicentre of partners in ending tuberculosis and the world bank celebrated each other's social action networks

MARYSEARCH for most everyday educators. parents , youth, community health workers this commitment for october 2015 preceded by the Pope's training of congress in september links in to co-creating social actions in ways that are far more locally grounded 24/7 than the orbit yunus has been taken into since 2006 (its instructive to see how maddening us consul correspondence was in 2006 by searching yunus and wikileaks- impossible to imagine how a nation's security networks could have done more to destroy an end-poverty workers local street cred or safety of women or youth trying to be his alumni- such branding incompetence I have not seen in all my lifes work on communications to end poverty

meanwhile maryland has several opportunities to change what dc youth cannot with founders of 5 billion person elearning satellite and knowledge of every mobile empowerment womens network and this information on safe order of play of bring health and hope back around the world rather than the nightmare political agendas which are always out of step with transparency and sustainability

please tell me if you would like an invitation to co-blog which MOOCs, investor models, prof trusts empower millennials jobs, end poverty?

Prior to 2013 this blog was named Building Spcial Businenss -inspired by Muhammad Yunus

Monday, December 19, 2011

we are updating citizen connections with yunus mainly at - here is our index t0 25 currently most interactive regions - of course we welcome links if your region is active too

Atlanta. Paris Turkey Dhaka Austria
Boston Brussels Poland China Switzerland
Princeton-NY London-Glasgow Nordica: S D N Japan Canada
Austin Spain Kenya Brazil 24
Oregon/CA Germany S.Africa India 25

Friday, January 7, 2011

Iceland Flows - Does public broadcasting have a SB future? 0 Verified
06:08 Jan 07, 2011
The BBC as world's most resourced world service owned by the peoples is a jewel in the crown. If it wasnt censored by gov - it could be full of news on...
reykjavik, iceland

MicroGirl and Sun's rising from down under 0 Verified
05:05 Jan 06, 2011
Gdday FolkCan I introduce you to Zoe of -my newest reason for believing australia can be a leading connector of what dr yunus calls...
79 Morrissett Street, Bathurst, New South Wales, 2795, Australia

CategoriesSB Microcredits
Do you know the 3 favourite banks worldwide 1 Verified
04:56 Jan 05, 2011
Unless you wish to correct me (excellent if you can), these are the 3 world favourite banks. We offer a youthfully curious diagnosis of their value multipliers...
75 Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212, bangladesh

Categoriescollaboration hubs and sb knowhow centres other
Interconnectedness 1: Developed nations only win by helping developing nations; nordica's 18 year lesson of netgen 0 Verified
11:57 Jan 04, 2011
Nordica's contributions to increasing productivity of poorest around the world include Swedish born Ingrid Munro founded Africa's leading microcredit...
Fridtjof Nansens plass Oslo 0160 , norway

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB
Results: first 3 microsummits to save usa and world 0 Verified
10:12 Jan 04, 2011
Results is 30 years young in 2011. Its citizens have net-worked tirelessly to be the bridge of common sense (social action hubs of hi-trust wishes such...
75 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA

Paris Wins ER Future Capital of 2010 0 Verified
03:56 Jan 04, 2011
Why did Paris win the Future Capital Race of 2010? Hosted 3 Entrepreneuruial Revolution summits maximising empowerment of youth webs in year (2010) including...
rue de elysee paris france

CategoriesGlobal SB Partners
Grameen Intel - Call for MicroTechSummit 0 Verified
12:54 Jan 02, 2011
Two simple ideas can help the net generation make 2010s the most exciting decade. Celebrate those organisations with world leading technologies that help...
2200 mission college blvd, Santa Clara, CA 95054-1549

Categoriesother - change 8 billion dollars a year spent by poorest on dirty energy 0 Verified
08:05 Jan 02, 2011
Founder of , April Allderdice , started work on clean energy markets being pionered by Grameen
1752 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA 98107 USA

The Green Children, and Extraordnary LA Youth nets for SB 0 Verified
05:55 Jan 02, 2011
TheGreenChildren are the number 1 social business pop group. Based in LA, this Brit & Swedish duo trained by Paul McArtney's college in Liverpool have...
GreenChildren (inexact address), los angeles ca 90102

CategoriesGlobal SB Partners
BASF Grameen -partnering worlds largest chemical co 0 Verified
04:27 Jan 02, 2011
This global social business partnership of Grameen is with the world's largest chemical company - BASF in Germany. Focus is microhealth - see also US...
BASF, Carl-Bosch-Strasse 38 , 67056 Ludwigshafen. germany

CategoriesGlobal SB Partners - future of mass media : far more sustainable for branding than the ad spot 0 Verified
15:28 Jan 01, 2011 is the most exciting big brand media I have encountered in 34 years of statistical research for and on the world's brand leaders...
France, 17, boulevard Haussmann, 75009, paris

Categoriescollaboration hubs and sb knowhow centres
The Hunger Project - one of the greatest innovations in american giving 0 Verified
13:56 Jan 01, 2011
THP - this is one of those networks which may have had far more knock on impact than it will ever be able to measure through its own services alone more...
The Hunger Project, 5 Union Square West, New York, NY 10003

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB
Summit is economics purpose to free people- annual presidents' entrepreneurship summit 0 Verified
03:05 Jan 01, 2011 here is the inaugural speech by president obama on the purpose of this 60 country summit asking...
DC, USA, Ronald Reagan World Trade Center, 1300 pennsylvania avenue, 20004

Categoriescollaboration hubs and sb knowhow centres
Hub DC 0 Verified
23:10 Dec 31, 2010
HUB DC is emerging as it connects with 6000 memebers and 30 capitals of - founded worldwide by jonathan robinson an associate of...
406 Elm St NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20001

CategoriesSB Microcredits
Microloanfoundation USA office 0 Verified
22:16 Dec 31, 2010
Microloanfoundation specialises in the social business governed system of microcredit in Africa applied to extreme rural situations. The challenge here...
North Easton, MA 02356, usa

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB
Journal of Social Business, Editorial Centre 3 Verified
22:04 Dec 30, 2010
JOSB Chief Editor, Zasheem Ahmed, Centre of Development Scotland Issue 1 sampled to search for 3000 leaders who want to partner in net generation's most...
Glasgow, Scotland, 32 university avenue

Grameen Healthcare US Partner Searches 0 Verified
21:48 Dec 30, 2010
Vidar Jorgenssen founder of Grameen America has many responsibilities connecting Yunus in USA and Americas - most particularly in healthcare -see this...
500 West Cummings Park, Suite 5400. Woburn, MA

CategoriesMicromedicine 0 Verified
21:24 Dec 30, 2010
Newly knighted in the queens honors list for 2011 Ray Avery's extraordinary story is previewed at this youtube and his extraordinary innovations for ifant...
17 matipo street, Mt Eden, auckland, 1030, new zealand

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB
The Economist : Unacknowledged Giant 0 Verified
15:32 Dec 30, 2010
PodBio of Norman Macrae 40 years of work out of The Economist Norman's Firsts as a journalist include: *1984 discovering the internet *1962 Consider...
25 st james street, london, sw1

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB Monica Yunus 0 Verified
15:10 Dec 30, 2010
One of best news of the decade for New York is the emergence of Artists Peace Corps It provides superstars the chance to endorse community-up...
New York, USA, 10012

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Grameen Tech Lab, Kyushu Uni, Fukuoka 0 Verified
14:58 Dec 30, 2010
Link to Grameen Tech Lab Projects Activities of Kyushu University to promote Social Business Kyushu University has signed MOU with Grameen Communications,...
6-10-1 Hakozaki Higashi-ku, Fukuoka, Japan

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB home of 10 times more economical community services ending poverty 0 Verified
14:11 Dec 30, 2010 was born on Yunus' 69th birthday celebrated by this BBC report Yunus spent...
Yunus Centre, Grameen Bank , dhaka, bangladesh, 1216

CategoriesMedia & Journalists of SB
Journal of Social Business, : sb funds circle and networking bureau 0 Verified
13:33 Dec 30, 2010
Breaking News Year SB Loans of Macrae Family & Yunus Journal of SB & Glasgow as one of top 5 Yunus Collaboration Capitals The-Hub support...
bethesda, md, usa , 20852

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Johannesburg 0 Verified
21:46 Dec 29, 2010
The Joburg hub offers the world's investors in change and joy of economics the most exciting leadership quests around Africa. This responsibility began...
Johannesburg, South Africa, 171 President Street

CategoriesSB Microcredits
Jamii Bora 0 Verified
21:21 Dec 29, 2010
Jamii Bora - a world class microcredit social business out of kenya It is the recipient of the largest social business loan...
nairobi, kenya, Kayahwe Road, PO Box 2704, 00202

Hello Ushahidi! hello worldwide kenya 0 Verified

Sunday, May 23, 2010

discuss sustainability of healthcare

question 1 we love to hear of healthcare solutions which improve the peoples health s opposed to adding ever more cost - examples:
australian flying doctors

rsvp or comment below

here is yunus perspective and wishes to collaborate round healthcare from his book Building Social Business:

In many countries the rich pay for any healthcare they want, while the mass public service is inefficient, failing to reach people who need it most. The big empty space between the two can be filled by social business.

In Bangladesh Grameen Healthcare is prototyping health management centres in the villages that will keep healthy people healthy by concentrating on prevention and offering diagnostic and health check-up services, health insurance, educating in health practices and nutrition , and so on. GH seeks to take advantage of the near universal use of mobile phones an is working with leading manufacturers to design diagnostic equipment that can transmit images and data in real time to city-based health experts. Technologies amazing new efficiencies can drive cost of health care down so low at GH that the poorest village can be served while achieving the goal of economic self-sufficiency witch is at the heart of social business

Social Business can also play a role in improving the healthcare infrastructure. GH s already in the process of setting up nursing colleges top train girls from Grameen Bank families . Bangladesh has an enormous shortage of nursing professionals. There is no reason why vast numbers of girls should be sitting around in the villages while these attractive job opportunities go unfilled. Nursing colleges run as social businesses can bridge this void.

Many other segments of healthcare are appropriate for building successful social businesses : nutrition, water , energy, health insurance, health education and training, eye care, mother and child care, diagnostic services and so on.

Social Business is a way of putting the most powerful technologies to work. Our world is in possession of amazing technologies that are growing fast and more powerful every day. All this technology is owned and controlled by profit-making businesses. All they use this technology for is to make more money, because that is the shareholders mandate. Imagine what we can achieve if e use this same technology to solve the problems of the people!

Viewed more broadly, technology is simply a kind of vehicle. One can drive it to any desired destination. Since the present owners want to travel to the peaks of profit-making, technology takes them there. If somebody else decides to use the existing technology to end poverty, it will take the owner in that direction. If another owner wants to use it to end diseases, the technology will go there. The choice is ours. The only problem is that the present theoretical framework under which capitalism operates does not give this choice. The inclusion of social business creates this choice.

One more point to ponder: there is actually no need to choose. using technology for new purpose doesn’t make it less effective for serving a different purposes. Actually, it is the other way round. The more diverse uses we make of technology, the more powerful it gets. Using technology for solving social problems will not reduce its effectiveness for making money, but rather enhance it.

The owners of social business can direct the power of technology to solve the growing list of social and economic problems, and get quick results. And in the process. they will generate even more technological idea for future generations of scientists and engineers to develop. The world of social business will benefit not only the poor but all of humanity.

Once the concept of social business becomes widely known, creative people will come forward with attractive designs for social business. Young people will develop business pans to address the most difficult social problems through social business. The wonderful promise of social business makes it all the more important we redefine and broaden our present economic framework. We need a new way of thinking about economics that is mot prone t creating series of crosses; instead it should be capable of ending the crises once and for all. Now is the time for bold and creative thinking - we need to move fast, as the world is changing fast.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Glasgow Yunus Centre May visit to Prepare for July Microeconomics Yunus summit and congratulate world's 2nd social business professor

dear tav and sofia

as team members of the usmmer 2008 journey to Dhaka Yunus10000 dvd project -you are both invited to this deep action learning trip

6th may evening main with Dr Z to discuss july microeconomics summit with Muhammad Yunus - part 2 of the Royal Automobile Club theme that every once in a generation microeconomist need to unite to collaboratively overthrow macroeconomists, renew sustainability of community economy - however the 2010s is the world's most exciting decade beause this is the last call for microeconomist networking - previously it was only separate civilisations tht microeconomists crashed into and set back for many generatins, this time its the worldwide

7th may morning meeting to discss concept of Journal of Social Business; afternoon meting to discuss whetehr Glasgow caledobian would host the microeconomics archives on Norman macre due to lask of apparent interest of The Economist (subject to one more leter being sent round shareholders)

10th may celebrate with worlod's second socil business professor

my twice great grandfather hosted weekly job camps on the isle of arran in 1840s; will visiit during weekend; after banking fraud in 1700 the english took over scotland and by 1850 half of all jobs were lost- infamously english accountants were sent up to scottish landlords wth taxation schedules based on you make more profit quarterly with sheep than humans; I guess this was trivial stuff compared with the slavetrading industry english empire was spinning; poor scotland which in 1700 had led europe in investing in schools and youth become a backwater; this is why adam smith studied what he did, and why his alumni in france coined the word entrepreneur; (literally the "between take" they were celebrating was having cut off heads of royalty who were monopolising productive assets wht social economy will france develop) ;,more ... if you look back through history of economics as far back as adam smith you find that once in a generation microeconomists need to collaborate -and invent new media to free markets - to overthrow macroeconomiats; where they dont civiilsations fall or wars spread; the only difference in 2010s is if we cock up microeconomics networking all civlisation will globally fall simulltaneously; as yunus new book sys 2010s is truly the most exciting decade to network for the human race



I need to fnd some scottish bookclub leaders who can plug and ply with and - mostofa has anyone from galsgow ever interned at grameen

Saturday, April 17, 2010


Sofia 1
alumni of inaugural global grameen summit nov 2009

Jonathan (link with lesley s. africa)

Gladius explorer of what Drucker meant by eg knowledge wporklers could liberate 50 times more productivity




Emmanuel Marchant

Robert de Quelen

Home of 21st C favourite youth & "entreprenons" media


check Lisa


zasheeh ahmed


Chris Macrae

sam-daley harris of

Eric Meade vice president of Alvin Toffler Institute
chris is alumni of inaugural global grameen summit nov 2009

Community Actvists: Beyond Wall Street"

GWU Alex

Michael C

Melissa Carrier main academic sponsor of yunus booktalk May 2010 (Building Social Business) premier


.chris temple

holly bonsai movie and melanie the global summit (knows 100 million job creator gunter pauli)

the green children

the yunus cengtre at csuci

south africa

lesley williams aiming to buold joburg hub alumni of 2010 kenya microcreditsummit


.borje first interim director of AIT Yunus Centre Bangkok, alumni of inaugural global grameen summit nov 2009

Friday, April 16, 2010


Samantha Caccamo samantha.caccamo

Some of Italy's Key SB Cases
Cure2Children - eg

Saturday, March 20, 2010

comtoniued from 20 april 2010

there is a lot on peter drucker studying what french meant by entrepreneurship if you look; of course druckers system maps on knowledge worker are pivotal as they provide pathways to 50 times more productive knowledge working but only if tech is used to help humans crete jobs

my twice great grand-dad's main innovation was to negotiate small sustainbility gifts from those owning land so that rural scots families could emigrate to usa and start lives of entrepreneurship over there

will aim to tell story of job camps (ancient and modern) to glasgow caledonin yunus centre at 2 meetings may 5 nd 9; also in the isle of aran is my aunt who got an OBE for community building; arran is the kind of plce wher a 5000 pound start up fund might do a jamii bora for all the unemployed youth including those from the mainlnd which the ayr council now ships in to some sort of borstl it has built

of course most famously in 1843 another scot came down from hawick ; became an MP determined to boot out 90% of maps sponsored by landlords; founded The Economist with the wish that it be closed down once 2 system transformations had been achieved - repeal of the corn laws (which were achieved but not before irelanss's potato famine- a story mary robinson told at 2003 Glbal Reconciliation Netork meeting in London, at which I became its london branch newsleter editor - and start of 150 years of troubles between ireland and england); and repeal of capital pubnishment - it was james view that it was not civilised to kill off those youth who in big city slums resorting to crime - he would have loved jamii bora

also poor james took on economics reform of the English in india; 10 months into this project in calcutta he died prematurely - what would have saved him was knowledge of oral rehydration ( the cure for infnt diarrhea that scaled BRAC from disaster relief privatisation agency to regeneration privitisation agency )

on may 9: 2 hour meeting with world's 2nd social business professor - his remit is to show how microcredit and health in the community connect in galsgow and bangladesh; the expectations yunus has written up in book (as you can see ) are immense

on may 5 I will talk to the fundraising arm of glasgow caledonian to see if sir tom hunter still has money to sponsor job camps ; to see if Iceland's mgnus magnusson daughter at BBC radio is going to be an activist of book 2

during weekend there is also possibility to meet my (what do you call an uncle once removed) - he was a misisonary in africa all his life; its interesting to meet him as his son callum is a bbc war reporter and very social in north london; he tends to host monthly dinners of extremely socal activists; his wife works for channel 4 or 5

as often there are many relations to be bulit before and after ; will try to tell yunus sb professor the stories of modjtaba and paul komesaroff and ganesh (who yunus met in bomby in march -probably the greatest gandhian activist of end poverty mobilising rights of nomads)- in 2004 I open sourced the system exponentials white paper to 500 gandhians in delhi at the conference co-hosted by these three on the coming wars between goodwill and badwil networks;