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||In our next Book on World Record Job Creators: One reason why I recommend every student to look at the life's work of Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus is that he has proved that poverty is mainly caused by value chains that have been designed -consciously or subconsciously -to exclude livelihoods. In 1974, when he first took his students to study how to end million people famines, he found that Bangladesh's poorest mothers were excluded in every way from making a living. His solution was to invest in each circle of 60 poorest village mothers forming their own market exchange for such vital services as nutrition (carrots, chickens, rice husking), sanitation: pit latrines, ... he offered action learning and small loans to get started but most of all the group empowered by a barefoot banker designed an exchange so that there was neither glut nor scarcity for each of the services that hard working village mothers were able to co-produce|
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MY BIGGEST QUESTION OF 2015- what's yours?
why do old men spend half a trillion dollars of customers money a year on concepts for propositioning unsustainable products, and young women have next to zero budget or media for exploring concepts we'd like to spend our lives co-producing