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In Part 1 of the series, the tech-driven platforms showcased at the Tech 4 Traffic event were profiled. The fact that from a policy perspective, we have the problem figured out all wrong was also introduced, as was shared by Dr. Eric Aligula,acting Executive Director of the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and […]
Two months ago, I challenged myself (and others) to translate one online conversation,rant or suggestion I had started/participated in/offered into an offline action. This was in a bid to prove to myself, and others that in an era of collaborative economy, we are empowered to do much,much more than just complain, opine or observe. At […]
‘The Obama administration says it is launching a new partnership with sub-Saharan Africa to improve democracy, economic growth, security and trade in the region.’ VOA News. You can download the U.S. Strategy for Sub-Saharan Africa document here. African voices have weighed in on this strategy. Below are thoughts by Professor George Ayittey, who sets context, […]
That our roads,for a start,need a makeover,whose funding will come from our pockets. Everything that’s wrong with our infrastructure,really. From flooded roads,estates,to flash floods and river swells; poorly constructed buildings, power poles caving in… We will have sat for hours in traffic(maybe we should try calculate individual average time spent in traffic) and it won’t […]
Hands up if you knew about Joseph Kony before the viral #Kony2012 video. Hands up if you’ve brought it to light using the tools and platforms availed us via web 2.0. This campaign by Invisible Children Inc. has been torn apart and critiqued in numerous ways. I read the opinions on the #Kony2012 campaign before watching […]