Monthly Archives: October 2014

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Agricultural Paradigm Shift and Youth Unemployment

By | October 20th, 2014|INSPIRE|

By Museka Fredrick University of Zambia. At the core of Africa’s youth unemployment dilemma is a set of complex interconnected issues, including a skills deficit, outdated education system, obsolete technologies, and limited income creation opportunities, especially in rural areas. This article focuses on multi-pronged solutions to address the problem of youth unemployment by focusing on [...]

HELP!

By | October 16th, 2014|INSPIRE|

By Judyannet Muchiri  Editor, INSPIRE. African Nations have been numbed into inaction by the notion of ‘help’ or the more common term ‘aid’.  Without refuting the positive impact officially assisted development has had in Africa and in the South Asia region we agree that aid has had its fair share of negative effects. African thinkers [...]

NAYD – Climate Change Information: Case Study from the South-East region of Mauritius…

By | October 9th, 2014|INSPIRE|

By: Vagish Ramborun (Credit: Vagish Ramborun) During a site visit conducted in the coastal villages of Mauritius namely Petit-Sable and Grand- Sable in the Southeast region of Mauritius, some 25 young students from the University of Mauritius doing a degree Agriscience and Technology were exposed to several climate-smart practices that vegetable farmers have [...]

Girls from the YMCA MBEYA, Kenya tell us to look after the environment

By | October 8th, 2014|INSPIRE|