Friday, August 2, 2019
Dear Masahiko -san
Do you have anyone in TICAD year 27 organising team who could help me with one quick survey
who else would ticad recommend adding to this twitter list of inspirational hub linkers out of africa https://twitter.com/myunuslab/lists/aafrica-worldclassnations/members
i realise that there could be many parallel lists but there are reasons over more than a decade why my choice starts with a few people from Rwanda - eg that is where jim kim put his teaching hospital for health and it is also jack ma's most exciting g20 partner in africa (when jacks town hangzhou hosted g20 in 2016 - he promised one african country all his help in transferring digital money and sme markets) - and i know some stories from kenya because in 14 years work my father started on muhammad yunus - kenya was the only african country that did some experiments that had a chance of sustaining bottom up
in 2007 my father norman macrae sampled 2000 of nobel laureate book of muhammad yunus as he wanted to understand how bangladeshi women truly built south asia - the then head of JICA america
was one of the first to help - by the answer to his main question in 2007 is bkash.com
Sent: Friday, 21 December 2007, 18:59:05 GMT-5
Subject: RE: Japanese contact person in DC
i mainly work on asia so my list will be very short unless someone in your nearly 30 yeras of lkistening to africans make some choices
thanks chris macrae
foundation norman macrae Japan Order of Rising Sun, Economist sub-editor of ending poverty normanmacrae.net bethesda +1 240 316 8157
during his lifes work at The Economist apart from the idea that japan needed to lead how all asians did markets and technology as satellited mobilised death of cost of distance my dad's other biggest idea- education summits are the future of everything youth will be able to do but they need to mix up teachers, youth hub connectors and world leading marketers/brands not keep them separate the way all education summits still seem to do
On Tuesday, 23 July 2019, 04:17:42 GMT-4, KIYA MASAHIKO wrote:
Dear Mr. Macrae,
Thank you for your information and interest in STI.
At G20 Osaka Summit in June, G20 Development Working Group (DWG) Guiding Principles for the Development of Science, Technology, and Innovation for SDGs Roadmaps were endosed.
At High Level Political Forum in July, a reception for STI for SDGs roadmaps was held.
Dear TICAD Ambassador Kiya-san
thanks you for today's inspiration at CSIS
sti for sdgs - i am aware of japan case https://www8.cao.go.jp/cstp/english/egm_presentation.pdf
is there anyone in your team who could tell me where to search if you may be doing TICAS roadmap cases or other cases before the sdg summit at UN september?