Reply to: Transferts monétaires conditionnels au Burkina Faso: Pour quels enfants les conditions sont-elle importantes?
le progamme TMC est tres bon programme mis en oeuvre par la banque mondiale a travers son Projet de Filets Sociaux Productfs en Guinée
Reply to: Why has the Kenyan Shilling declined so sharply?
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy." That's Polonius' advice to
his son, Laertes (In Hamlet). That advice applies to governments
too. Governments must live within their means. Our exports cannot
pay for the cost of oil imports alone yet we are busy accepting
Chinese loans! We need a legislation on debt ceiling.
Reply to: Using knowledge to empower poor people
Great for this sharing...!
Reply to: When Good Is Not Good Enough For 40 Million Tanzanians
However, there are a number of external factors which impede development in Tanzania, internal challenges particularly governance and others are well noted. Every day we come up with the new policies and strategies but they fall short in implementation phase. It is the high time to investigate the complex nature of our underdevelopment using the emic (indigenous) perspectives, and therefore prescribing viable solutions. But this can only be done after enhancing the capabilities of individual citizen by consolidating social services and basic needs in the principle of equity and universal coverage. It is only through these ways where all citizens will no longer fear about their next meal rather than concentrating in issues which affects their daily lives.
Reply to: What caused the HIV epidemic in Africa?
It's being spread the same way as any where else in the world.INtervenus drug use or high risk sexual acts causing the transfer of blood.Dirty needles and anal sex.Turns out it's not just a homosexual's desease but a sodomist desease.The transfer rate for normal heterosexual sex that does not result in skin trauma is almost zero.The african population is not diferent than any other