Energy for Sustainable Development Tim Dobermann What kind of work do you do? By training, I am a development economist. I look at policies which can help a country grow, taking into account the specific context. My time has been spent in developing Asia, working together with the government in Myanmar on various [...]
Clean Energy Driving Sustainable Development in Africa Flexi Biogas Solutions Leading the Way Briefly introduce Flexi Biogas Solutions. Biogas International Limited – BIL also known as Flexi Biogas Solutions is a limited liability company, incorporated in Kenya in the year 2011 with Kenyan directors and operates from Karen in Nairobi. We operate under a waste-to-resource [...]
To my opnuion Uganda would much benefit fom the SDG by prioritising quality health services for all , here most women and children die of common diseases that are even treateable like malaria and mothers die during dlivery and others during the course of pregnancy , i would advocate for women and children to be [...]
#NAYDSDGs: Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals in rural...: The UN recognise that one of the biggest challenges to the success of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will be bringin...
Posted by MOJEDEC NIGER at 22:58 No comments: My name is Wilhelmina Tameca Gaoses from Namibia. Representing Namibia on the SDGs journey of attainment. Seeing myself as a agent of change. I would like to use my role to create a hub of youth leaders in Namibia and Africa to use actions and [...]
In July 2015, US President Barack Obama became the first sitting President to visit the Horn of Africa, as well as Kenya, his father's place of birth. Obama was also the first US President to speak to the African Union at its headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. During his visit to Africa, the President met [...]
Africa is a continent that is speedily on the rise. Much of its dark years were spent not just under leaders that lacked vision but under the watchful eyes of a docile population.Now development is taking over the entire continent; from Nigeria to Kenya, Tunisia to Zimbabwe the buzz is easily felt across the world.The [...]
By Judyannet Muchiri, NAYD Social Media Editor When 147 young people die in a single day there is a problem. When these people are shot to their deaths there is an even bigger problem. This is what happened in Garissa University College where militants broke into the university and injured and killed students. To start [...]