bad fortune at birth in 1971 was also its good fortune. Most of the country -its rural areas - had none of the commons utilities
that governments had come to rule over elsewhere. So there was no need to argue about ownership model of doing privatisation.
POP-designed Grassroots networks started building what community infrastructure and public services they could, and
it was owned from the bottom, and led by the most brilliant (and loving) microfranchise entrepreneurs. We have seen how barefoot health and professional services provided the start:|
next came jobs training (designed round markets for the poorest)
services for jobs training, organsied round weekly banking circles iof 60 mothers with ad adjacent vegetable garden!
education of a vocational kind
estates of one room cyclone proof homes with a pit latrine
this was to be
the pre-digital age's economic miracle part 1 of empowering the poorest to end poverty
then 2.1 emerged from 1996 with mobile telecoms owned by the poorest mothers networks searching for the apps that could
accelerate an end to poverty and build the infsrastructure that the industrial world had never reached poorest rural areas
-solar energy and biogas ovens for off grid people
-cashless banking except for the last mile
energy most life saving app that mobile could empower if designed by practice and open tech leaders with a POP love of the