Posts Tagged "fight agaist poverty"

Determined to succeed

Posted by on Mar 19, 2017 in Top Stories | 0 comments

Determined to succeed

Peter Onyango Aguro, aged 31, a farther of three children, one boy and two girls aged 8,5 and 1 respectively, is a well known tailor in Ng’ong town. He has done tailoring for almost a decade now. He says his greatest inspiration was his Uncle, who taught him all the basics of tailoring. Peter says he exists because of his business, it is from his his sweat that he is able to he pays rent, school fees(tuition) and still puts food on the table for his family. This chain of responsibilities has become his greatest motivation. He knows he needs to work really hard to meet all these needs....

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Africa’s Pulse

Posted by on Oct 9, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Africa’s Pulse

Twice a year, the World Bank issues a report entitled: Africa’s Pulse: An analysis of issues shaping Africa’s economic future. Just this month of October 2013 the bank released the report and here are a few highlights; Global economic activity remains subdued, and despite signs of strengthening in high-income countries, significant downside risks persist. Economic activity remains strong in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, underpinned by robust domestic demand. The economic outlook for the region is positive, although the region is vulnerable to both a sharp decline in commodity prices and...

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