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  • Reply to: Fighting Poverty in Kenya Requires More Than One Approach   2 weeks 2 days ago

    If economy is the same as the human body,then a weak economy is like a very ill patient. Therefore immune system of such economy depends on education,security,health and business. Corruption is a condition(darkness) not just a disease. Protests or unrest means the powerhouse is weak. No money means no food and energy to work as a teacher,police,doctor. When we deal with the causes of corruption(closing a tap),we would be dealing with those who benefit from it.That's our first step to create jobs and increase salaries. Using available technology can also help,e.g,registration of all small and big businesses.The use of electronic transactions can expose illegal businesses(drug dealers,black markets and robberies).Kenya deserves to know: 1: Who sells what to who,2:At how much. This is possible only if global countries can take my advice and remove cash from the public and keep it in the banks to protect the use of money. Unregistered business cannot have a swipe mechine,therefore no sale of any goods or services rendered. Now it's safe to apply for bail out money from World bank or IMF and attract more investors to create jobs.

  • Reply to: Fighting Poverty in Kenya Requires More Than One Approach   3 weeks 3 days ago

    The Government of Kenya should encourage its citizens on alternative farming so as to reduce poverty levels.

  • Reply to: Giving Kenyans Power to End Poverty   3 weeks 3 days ago

    I agree to Martha proposal.This will make a change to many households and improve the social and economic status of many people.
    These are ideas to be supported by Donors and the Government for economic growth.

  • Reply to: Fighting Poverty in Kenya Requires More Than One Approach   3 weeks 3 days ago

    y greatest motivation in the fight against poverty in Kenya is my son. The fact that he can get he needs makes him lucky, the fact that we have a majority of children without access to basic facilities such as food, clean water, and access to medical facilities despite our positive growth trajectories is just disheartening. Lets fight together to ‪#‎EndPovertyInKenya‬.

  • Reply to: Announcing the World Bank #EndPovertyinKenya blog contest winners!   3 weeks 3 days ago

    Congratulations are in order for the winners esp my dear one Maqulate!!!