I think technology is changing the whole world very fast. But all the power of technology is concentrated in the hands of businesses. Obviously they use this power for making more money. I rsquo;m looking for how technology can solve problems. nbsp;
Before the explosion of information technology usually one major source of information delivered information to all. Now nbsp;there are endless sources of information. Each person is a source.
When you design your social business remember the technology.
While technology is important, it s what we do with it that truly matters.
Unprecedented technological capabilities combined with unlimited human creativity have given us tremendous power to take on intractable problems like poverty, unemployment, disease, and environmental degradation. Our challenge is to translate this extraordinary potential into meaningful change.
I will not spend the money for myself. I will rather spend it in special business on a no-profit-no-loss policy. We will also establish an eye hospital where even beggars will be given treatment at the cost of Taka 10-20.
Health care can be made more affordable for the poor without requiring major new scientific developments, just the smart application of current technologies. We have seen a 25 incubator and diagnostic instruments that are built tough, cheap, and reusable for the developing world.
The Grameen clinics prove that a medical system for the poor can be almost entirely self-supporting, and we hope we can make it fully self sufficient so we can expand it across Bangladesh.
Nothing is more valuable to people than health care, and by paying, they feel less like beggars and more like customers who can and should demand quality care.
Truly affordable but high-quality health care tools and services are the only means by which quality health care can be provided to all.