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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Amyworld of Scaling hi-Trust Youth Webs since June 2015

Amy was the first chinese student to demand her friends took 2013 Jim Kim's MOOC models on POP seriously and joyfully -see kimuniversity , popgrowth and povertyuni.com

In June 2015 her first trip abroad - the 20th child art olympiads convened on the elipse outside the white house. Amy's first idea for scaling is peer to peer language learning - the 4 main languages all global youth value most being mother tongue, english , chinese, coding

why do global youth need this
makes studying abroad much more socially connected

necessary to help with trade between china, USA or indeed any two counties- why wouldnt hyoer-connecetd youth take over celebrating trade between the greenest or most sustainable busiensses as a way of uniting huimanity around sustainability goals

search out whether your country has thousands of people .linking in to share their trading experiences with china - eg what the Brits are connecting

co-create worldwide cable tv channel on world record job creation

join under 25's hub of brillaint hosting of open space and hackathons

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famous examples of peer to peer scaling

10000 girl australia - a movement where young laduies coach iecah other in financial literacy

the nearly free university s.africa started by Taddy Blecher in 1999 - heavily based on peer to peer and job-creating currci=ula for the most disadantaged stidents- today iof has opver 15000 thriving alumni and their biggest project is helping 7th grade teachers create 1 million young jobs by 2020 (7th grade being the mlodal age of exit from schooling in s. africa)

bangladesh - the 150 million person nation built by poorest vilage mothers - netwioked around peer to peer training and POP - study BRAC with amy the world's largest and most collaborative ngo to see how


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