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Sunday, April 17, 2016

debriefing at brookings tomorrow- manny , anyone still going?
dont like format of report attached but some of the cases page including brac include favorites of mine 21

we have 9 days to go to 4 of us discussing with brac family collaboration possibilities with their futiure as 
network i would always check firs on any learning relevant to sustainability goals

education specific headlines this year from bangladesh

bracs curriculum currently shared physically with about three quartrers of a million of primary stsinets to be made digitally accessible to all 20 million primary students in bangladesh

Grameenphone, the leading telecom operator in Bangladesh, partnered up with Agami Education Foundation (Bangladesh) and Agami Inc (USA) to translate the contents of Khan Academy and open the Khan Academy Bangla site, under the “Localising Khan Academy” initiative. To expedite the translation process, the organisations arranged 'Translate-a-thon' programmes at different educational institutes, most notably the Institute of Education and Research at Dhaka University. The site was launched on March 1, 2016. Now, anyone looking to take lessons from the Khan Academy Bangla platform can visit for a world of knowledge in Bangla.
Grameenphone is poised to bring 99 percent of the entire country under 3G data coverage within the end of the second quarter. This means that almost all the people in every corner of Bangladesh will have access to the internet. 

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