Month: March 2018

Kerosi Sounds

21st March 2018

Kerosi Sounds Read More: WATCHMOJO COM ASHKAN KABRASFROOSHAN Sharing is Caring:0

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ASHKAN KARBASFROOSHAN WatchMojo CEO and Founder.

WATCHMOJO COM ASHKAN KARBASFROOSHAN,

21st March 2018

WATCHMOJO COM ASHKAN KARBASFROOSHAN,  Watchmojo com Karbasfrooshan is the winner of Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2015. This was on the media category. He is the CEO, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of WatchMojo. This is a very successful platform for production of premium video content. So far, the company has produced and published 10,000 videos […]

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My Trip to South Africa Nov 2017

19th March 2018

My Trip to South Africa Nov 2017 Read More: HIV Prevalence in Africa Sharing is Caring:0

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What does the word Kenya mean

The meaning of Kenya name

18th March 2018

The meaning of Kenya name Jason Kottke in his blog kottke.org has come up with a map of the world with the name of countries and their literal meanings. He used a number of sources such as Oxford Dictionaries and Online Etymology Dictionary to get the meaning for Kenya. “Kenya is a shortened version of the […]

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HIV PREVALENCE IN AFRICA

18th March 2018

HIV PREVALENCE IN AFRICA Read More: My trip to South Africa in November 2017 Sharing is Caring:0

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Li Ka-Shing the second richest man in Asia after India's Mukesh Ambani

Second Richest man in Asia, Li ka Shing

17th March 2018

Second Richest man in Asia, Li ka Shing The second richest man in Asia is retiring from management of his business empire. Currently, his net-worth is $35.3 billion. Mukesh Ambani of India is the only richest person than Li in the entire Asian continent. Li Ka-Shing of Hong Kong is a rags-to-riches story since he […]

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Nasa Rallies Images 2017

16th March 2018

Nasa Rallies Images 2017 In 2017, I embarked on a journey to document the historical events that happened in Kenya. We will be sharing the photos and videos we took from our archives. Read More: Sharing personal experiences on participation on policy formulation Sharing is Caring:0

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Personal Experiences on Participation in Policy Formulation

16th March 2018

Sharing personal experiences on Participation in Policy Formulation Read More: Nasa Rallies images 2017 Sharing is Caring:0

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Manufacturing is overrated

14th March 2018

Manufacturing is overrated Many things have changed in the manufacturing field over the years. Currently, it is possible for manufacturing output to increase even in the face of decreasing manufacturing jobs. The fact that thanks to automation and improved productivity, fewer people are now need to make manufacturing of goods. Now you know that manufacturing […]

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Link between Stock, Sex and the Economy

14th March 2018

Link between Stock, Sex and the Economy According to Hungerman et al of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), there is a strong relationship between sex and the economy. The team of researcher revealed that baby-making activities in our bedroom can be used to predict the approach of a recession. Hence, the direct link […]

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United States Mothers Earn Less, their Education and Experience Notwithstanding

14th March 2018

United States Mothers Earn Less, their Education and Experience Notwithstanding The Washington Center for Equitable Growth has published a great blog article providing evidence that mothers in USA earn less their education and experience notwithstanding. The researchers further indicate that there is notable differences in earnings between women with children and those without. This study […]

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European Union (EU) facts

13th March 2018

European Union (EU) facts European Union (EU) is the largest trading block globally. EU has been a smart negotiator of trade agreements for the last 20 years. Before 1995, EU was made up of 12 members. The expansion happened afterwards. Now you know. Read More: Link between stock, sex and the economy Sharing is Caring:0

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TEACHERS SERVICE COMMISSION (TSC) WILL HAVE SPENT KSH. 918 BILLION SINCE DEVOLUTION STARTED IN 2013   

10th March 2018

TEACHERS SERVICE COMMISSION (TSC) WILL HAVE SPENT KSH. 918 BILLION SINCE DEVOLUTION STARTED IN 2013    We know that education is expensive considering that governments all over the world spend a lot of money on remuneration of teachers. In this article we will highlight the amount of money that Kenya’s national government spends on teachers […]

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Oakland Coffee House Bans Police Officers

10th March 2018

Oakland Coffee House Ban police Officers  Coffee in Oakland, Hasta Muerte,  bans police officers. That is an unwritten rule at this enterprise. The firm is collectively owned and it sells coffee and books. An officer with a badge froths the owners of this book store and coffee house. “We have a policy of asking police to […]

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Charles Onyango-Obbo on Climate Change

9th March 2018

Charles Onyango-Obbo on Climate Change Charles Onyango-Obbo has written a great article on adaptation and resilience against climate change. He argues that the rich will better adapt to effects of climate change compared with the poor who are the majority in Kenya. He provides examples such as “fog catching” as practiced in Chile. As a […]

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Wajir County Allocated Ksh.98.6 Million towards Climate Change Fund

8th March 2018

Wajir County Allocated Ksh.98.6 Million towards Climate Change Fund The Wajir County allocation of Ksh. 98.6 million towards climate change Fund is a game changing move in Kenya’s counties. This pioneering effort happened on March 7, 2018 and as we know when a government sets aside resources it is a true sign of serious commitment […]

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Kenya should spend more on public research and development organizations

8th March 2018

Kenya should spend more on public research  and development organizations “a number of countries possess quite sizeable public research organisations which explicitly focus on helping private firms to derive industrial applications and innovation from scientific knowledge – examples include TNO in the Netherlands, the RISE institutes in Sweden, VTT in Finland, and the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft in Germany. […]

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Kibra Constituency Public Participation on Nairobi County Development Plans

8th March 2018

Kibra Constituency Public Participation on Nairobi County Development Plans Today we participated in at Joseph Kangete grounds- Woodley in Kibra Constituency in Nairobi. The picture below is an evidence of what transpired at the venue: I was surprised to learn that the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) and the County Annual Development Plan (CADP) were […]

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Kenya recognized for her Leadership in use of Mobile Money in Public Finance

7th March 2018

Kenya recognized for her Leadership in use of Mobile Money in Public Finance Sanjeev Gupta of Centennial Group; Michael Keen of International Monetary Fund; Alpa Shah – Economist at IMF and Genevieve Verdier – the Deputy Division Chief at the IMF have collectively penned a high quality research paper on voxeu website on innovative technologies […]

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Benefits of Universities in cities

7th March 2018

Benefits of Universities in cities Cities such as San Diego, Raleigh and Austin are a testament on the role played by universities in developing technology clusters. Universities have a huge benefit for surrounding areas. Think of Kenyatta University, due to the presence of the university a residential area has blossomed around it. The same has […]

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