ARE WE DRIFTING DOWN THE WRONG PATH WITH SDGS?
This week the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development happened and entailed numerous panel and roundtables on the theme “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies” and on the SDGs under review 2018.
BEYOND PROFITS: BUILDING A PROACTIVE SUSTAINABILITY AGENDA IN THE AFRICA’S PRIVATE SECTOR
Majority of the African countries are getting to age 50, the reference point being the independence dates for the various states.
IMPACT INVESTING IN AFRICA: OPPORTUNITY FOR THE CONTINENT AND FOR INVESTORS
“Africa rising,” “the continent of the future,” “the next investment frontier” are all the narratives that we hear describing the African continent.
SUSTAINABILITY IS A JOURNEY, NOT A DESTINATION.
The March-April-May 2018 rainfall season was one of extremes. Major parts of East Africa received heavy rainfall than was witnessed in the past year.
ISSUE 1: MY EISENHOWER JOURNEY
Starting Monday 3 October 2016, I will be embarking in a 6 weeks program under the African Eisenhower Fellowship 2016. I will be sharing my stories with you. I am introducing the program and myself on this first issue as part of the countdown.
THE 5AM CLUB
Today as I wake up in Philadelphia it reminds me of the founding fathers of the United States.
A DREAM WITHOUT ACTION IS AN ILLUSION.
Today was kind of the official start of the program and this was marked by detailed introductions of all the fellows both the African fellows, the 25 of us and 10 USA fellows who are headed to China.
GIVING AS A LEADERSHIP PARADOX
Today my run took me to UPenn again and it go me thinking about the transformation that I want and the Africa WE want……I have concluded that I have to offer my life to changing livelihoods in Africa.
Today, I want to share a habit which I think is a great one for humanities and that I have tried to follow especially during this fellowship period……. The habit of “me time”.