Monthly Archives: May 2016

In Conversation with Dr. Loise Gichuhi

By | May 31st, 2016|IN CONVERSATION WITH, INSPIRE|

The Education System in Africa has Failed the Youth Loise Gichuhi holds a PhD in Economics of Education from the University of Nairobi where she is currently a lecturer, a Master’s in Economics of Education and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics from Kenyatta University. Her work is situated in Africa mainly on Economics [...]

WATER AND JOBS: ECONOMIC ASPECTS

By | May 25th, 2016|INSPIRE|

Abstract: Supplying safe drinking water is seen as a favour by legitimate utility water companies and personnel who are yet to accept and understand that it is man’s fundamental right to have access to clean water. From our baseline studies of 2011 and 2012 in the municipality of Limbe and  its  neighbourhoods, we concluded that [...]

Mise en œuvre des objectifs durables de développement (ODD) en Afrique ruraleMise en œuvre des objectifs durables de développement (ODD) en Afrique rurale

By | May 15th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

Résumé de la Google Hangout Samedi le 14 mai 2016 sur le thème «Mise en œuvre des objectifs durables de développement  (ODD) en Afrique rurale», présenté par Paul Shaw, Judyannet, NAYD groupe de pilotage en discussion avec l'équipe de #NAYDSDGs du Niger et Nina le traducteur. L'équipe Niger est composé d'un groupe très dynamique des [...]

100 days of #NAYDSDGS

By | May 12th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

Its 100 days since #NAYDSDGs was formed! Hard to believe how much water has gone under the bridge following that eventful meeting in January, a day when African youth development activists first proposed the idea of collaboration amongst Community Build Organisations to accelerate SDG implementation in rural African communities. So what has happened since then? [...]

TRACKA NIGERIA

By | May 11th, 2016|NAYDSDGs|

TRACKA monitors and holds governments accountable in their budgetary transactions. This is something essential to the success of SDG8 (promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth).   Below is a summary of the system. One of our core goals at BudgIT is to provide access to the government’s budget and other public data to foster citizen’s [...]

Is solar powered fishing lamps the future in Lake Victoria?

By | May 10th, 2016|INSPIRE|

Fishers Union Organisation (FUO), in Partnership with Right Light Company from UK, is doing research on “The needs for alternative light sources in the night fishing industry of lake Victoria (Sardines)” The aim of the research project is to identify efficient sustainable and cheaper solutions than the use of pressurized kerosene lanterns. We aim to [...]

FEDERATION OF LIBERIAN YOUTH (FLY), LIBERIA

By | May 2nd, 2016|INSPIRE, NGO OF THE MONTH|

Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY) is a body in charge of coordinating the efforts of young people in Liberia. Under the mission of facilitating development and empowerment of the youth and students in Liberia, FLY was established in 1974 and registered in 1978. At a time that youth-led development in Africa is at the forefront, [...]

March 2016: NGO of the Month

By | May 2nd, 2016|INSPIRE, NGO OF THE MONTH|

DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL (DFA), TOGO Introduction DFA (Development for All) was founded in Lome, Togo on 16th January 2008. It was registered at the Ministry of Administration on 24th August 2010 and recently received governmental qualification by the Ministry of Development and Territory Planning on 22nd December 2015 as a Non Governmental Organization. DFA has [...]