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How social enterprises can solve most problems

For every problem in society, whether it is public health, unemployment or crime, there exist multiple business opportunities for social entrepreneurs to seize upon. But these socially oriented opportunities only respond to entrepreneur whose main driving force is to solve social problems. Fascinatingly, profits tend to follow hot on the heels of s...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 29th Mar 2020
  • 33
Mohamed Badi seeks to rid Nairobi of garbage

Environmentalist Isaac Kalua agreed with the concept saying the plan, if fully implemented, will greatly reduce irresponsible waste disposal. "The county government should have a plan of creating a business model out of the garbage collection industry. Recycling companies should be allowed to collect the waste themselves from dump sites and not fro...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 27th Mar 2020
  • 23
Refocus national energy to spur economic growth

Little clouds of dust filled the air as I ran as fast as I could on the hot Kitui sand. Despite the sand's extreme heat, I didn't slow down. A few metres ahead of me was Katune and I had to catch up with her. She was my only bridge to the future and if she slipped away, my future too, would slip away....

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 16th Mar 2020
  • 22
Respect sanctity of nature or pay the deadly price

''Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish been caught, and the last stream poisoned, will we realise we cannot eat money.'' ...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 10th Mar 2020
  • 1466
Technology is the key to more wealth and Jobs for Africa

I thank God for the opportunities he presents me to travel to Japan, a Nation that has become like a second home to me. Fascinatingly, every time I go there, I learn a new lesson that I endeavor to inspire others to adapt. This time during breakfast sessions at my hotel I noticed that there were only two staff waiting on us in a restaurant of a fi...

  • Dr. Isaac
  • 1st Mar 2020
  • 177
This is why Turkana's biggest Asset is Not Oil

Despite all these incredible qualities, Turkana has in recent years been mostly known for two things only - oil and famine. While the famines have been perennial headaches in the region, it wasn't until 2012 that the British company Tullow Oil and its Canadian partner Africa Oil revealed that they had discovered commercial oil reserves in Turkana's...

  • Dr. Isaac Kalua
  • 22nd Feb 2020
  • 344


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