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Rethinking Women's Day.

Last week the world glorified the women. Beautiful messages and breath taking quotes were showered to women all over the world. It was beautiful. The world was united. 816 more words

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ASEAN INTEGRATION:The inevitable is here

ARCHIVED: 2014. First Published in AGSHAN Community Newspaper. November 2014

This Editorial was written for the Agshan  (2014) a locally and academically produced community newspaper in La Trinidad, Benguet. 548 more words
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The East African Federation through the eyes of Julius Kambarage Nyerere- African Approach

When the beauty of a land, such as the one depicted in its natural landscapes, forests, rivers, lakes, ocean and the homogeneity of its Indigenous culture is on the brink of destruction, you can’t help but recall the phenomenal Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere. 83 more words

The East African Federation through the eyes of Julius Kambarage Nyerere

When the beauty of a land, such as the one depicted in its natural landscapes, forests, rivers, lakes, ocean and the homogeneity of its Indigenous culture is on the brink of destruction, you can’t help but recall the phenomenal Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere. 864 more words

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The state of Renewable energy in Kenya

The most exciting evenings at the University of Nairobi may be spent in old but vibrant lecture halls full of learning brains and funny questions directed towards a rather joyous lecturer who doesn’t hesitate to respond in a joke. 653 more words

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Development Communication

Development communication refers to the use of communication to facilitate social development. Development communication techniques include information dissemination and education, behavior change, social marketing, social mobilization, media advocacy, communication for social change and community participation. 569 more words

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Power of Having Power 

The discourse of development was popularized in 1949 when former American President Harry Truman declared, during his inauguration, that developed countries shall assist underdeveloped countries to attain better condition of “living.” He proposed to offer charity for the less fortunate countries, relative to theirs, in order to become or to transform into the kind of country they have. 983 more words