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How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
We can make money, create jobs and lift our economy through disposable diapers. Yes, those smelly diapers! The usefulness of diapers does not have to end after the baby is done with them.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
The first lesson can be found in April 2013. Just a few weeks after his presidency concluded, President Kibaki attended the funeral of my dear friend Sen Mutula Kilonzo.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We cannot make giant development strides if we do not walk into knowledge and deploy that knowledge to all sectors of our society.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Kenya has strong pro-cohesion laws that are rooted in the constitution and need to be fully implemented.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Wherever you travel in Kenya, people will complain about bad state of roads, lack of jobs, food insecurity and high food prices.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
It is critical for us to entrench into our society a green scorecard that will guide the social-economic contract between people and political class.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
The industrialisation that we seek to achieve coupled with the ongoing green revolution will create new jobs that require new skills.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
When people repeatedly say the economy is very bad, they often mean that there are no jobs or the cost of living has gone very high
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Land is a natural asset with many uses including crop farming, animal husbandry, housing, settlements, minerals, recreation, waterways and carbon sink
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Picture two women each carrying 20-litre containers of water on their heads. One in Nairobi and another in Kitui both, accessing water is a struggle.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty
Did you know that 28.5 million Kenyans are living in abject poverty, an increase of 15 per cent since 2013?
By Isaac Kalua 8 months ago
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty
How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
We can make money, create jobs and lift our economy through disposable diapers. Yes, those smelly diapers! The usefulness of diapers does not have to end after the baby is done with them.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
The first lesson can be found in April 2013. Just a few weeks after his presidency concluded, President Kibaki attended the funeral of my dear friend Sen Mutula Kilonzo.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We cannot make giant development strides if we do not walk into knowledge and deploy that knowledge to all sectors of our society.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Kenya has strong pro-cohesion laws that are rooted in the constitution and need to be fully implemented.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Wherever you travel in Kenya, people will complain about bad state of roads, lack of jobs, food insecurity and high food prices.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
It is critical for us to entrench into our society a green scorecard that will guide the social-economic contract between people and political class.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
The industrialisation that we seek to achieve coupled with the ongoing green revolution will create new jobs that require new skills.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
When people repeatedly say the economy is very bad, they often mean that there are no jobs or the cost of living has gone very high
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Land is a natural asset with many uses including crop farming, animal husbandry, housing, settlements, minerals, recreation, waterways and carbon sink
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Picture two women each carrying 20-litre containers of water on their heads. One in Nairobi and another in Kitui both, accessing water is a struggle.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty
Did you know that 28.5 million Kenyans are living in abject poverty, an increase of 15 per cent since 2013?
By Isaac Kalua 8 months ago
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty
How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
We can make money, create jobs and lift our economy through disposable diapers. Yes, those smelly diapers! The usefulness of diapers does not have to end after the baby is done with them.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
How that smelly baby diaper can steady Kenya's tottering economy
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
The first lesson can be found in April 2013. Just a few weeks after his presidency concluded, President Kibaki attended the funeral of my dear friend Sen Mutula Kilonzo.
By Isaac Kalua 4 months ago
Five lessons we can learn from former President Mwai Kibaki
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We cannot make giant development strides if we do not walk into knowledge and deploy that knowledge to all sectors of our society.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
For better leadership let's revamp Kenya School of Government
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Kenya has strong pro-cohesion laws that are rooted in the constitution and need to be fully implemented.
By Isaac Kalua 5 months ago
We must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of national cohesion
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Wherever you travel in Kenya, people will complain about bad state of roads, lack of jobs, food insecurity and high food prices.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Why climate change should be top concern for voters this year
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
It is critical for us to entrench into our society a green scorecard that will guide the social-economic contract between people and political class.
By Isaac Kalua 6 months ago
Use the green scorecard on our leaders to track real progress
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
The industrialisation that we seek to achieve coupled with the ongoing green revolution will create new jobs that require new skills.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Why we should retool workforce to meet needs of the 21st century
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
When people repeatedly say the economy is very bad, they often mean that there are no jobs or the cost of living has gone very high
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How we can use Turkana as a model for fixing the economy
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Land is a natural asset with many uses including crop farming, animal husbandry, housing, settlements, minerals, recreation, waterways and carbon sink
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
How our huge land resource can enrich Kenya’s 12m households
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Picture two women each carrying 20-litre containers of water on their heads. One in Nairobi and another in Kitui both, accessing water is a struggle.
By Isaac Kalua 7 months ago
Kenya’s water solutions are in the hands of every household
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty
Did you know that 28.5 million Kenyans are living in abject poverty, an increase of 15 per cent since 2013?
By Isaac Kalua 8 months ago
Four keys that can unlock 29m Kenyans out of abject poverty