Most often a hyena does not impress as Mr. remarkable of the wild. However, I have a story in which this hyena might impress you. A crow often in the skies is caught in the mix. Once upon a time in a land far far away, there lived a hyena. He lived a peaceful life of…Read more #WildlifeLore – Hyena and Crow
My experience learning French has emphasised just how interelated a language is to the culture. To understand a culture is to learn the language, and vice versa. How I may greet a person at a first meeting majorly indicates my culture. Understanding the culture of the native speakers as a student learns the new language, helps explains…Read more Swahili 1
It is timeless knowledge that wild animals have lived alongside human beings. Often keeping their distance from human beings who would either kill them for food or domesticate them. Currently, rapidly increasing human population and subsequent conversion of land for people habitation, industrialization and infrastructure have increasingly threatened the continued survival of wildlife every where…Read more #WildlifeLore – Zebra
Kimani Ng’ang’a Maruge the Guinness World Record Holder of the oldest person to start primary school is a fine feature example of taking prompt action in our hands. He said the government’s announcement of universal and free elementary education in 2003 prompted him to enroll at 84 years. In two years time, he had been…Read more the Youth today: Lessons we learn from Kimani Maruge
What is tribal? And my tribe? And you get sensitive when I ask of tribe? I know there shall always be classes and levels and groups and tribes As long as people are born into the world As the beautiful ones get born every year The differences set us apart to make us compatible For…Read more Tribal at this time? Come back you have lost your way!
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report identifies food insecurity as one of the key risks of climate change, potentially affecting all aspects of food security. Climate-related disasters (e.g., floods and droughts) are among the main drivers of food insecurity and the Kenyan economy has already indicated to be very sensitive to…Read more Kenya and the additional burden of climate change
For a long time and for Kenya since independence, agriculture was left to be the preserve occupation for rural communities and specifically beyond 35 years. Youth involved in agriculture were taken to be school drop-outs or non-schooled and would migrate to urban centres in search of casual work. Young people were expected to finish school…Read more Youth versus Agriculture versus Economic Development
Climate change combined with rapid population increases, economic growth and land subsidence could lead to a more than 9-fold increase in the national risk of floods in upcoming towns in the 47 counties between now and realization of the Vision 2030.Among the reform agendas identified to set the Kenyan Economy on a strong recovery path…Read more Sustainable Development is urgent in Kenyan Economy
Kenya is a fast growing economy with the young professionals, entrepreneurs, young working class and urban populations living and working in the Capital City, Nairobi. According to http://www.indexmundi.com about 24% of the total population lives in urban areas with 4.36% annual rate of urbanization and with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth of 4.7% in…Read more Does biodiversity matter in the office?
Swahili words, their response and what they mean. Common in sentenses Sawa Sawasawa Meaning Okay Ni hivyo That’s all. Is that true? (when you pronounce it ending with a question mark) That is how things are. Greetings Ask Mambo? Sasa? Una-endelea-aje? Uko aje? Hali? Jambo?…Read more
Friday, 12 December, 2014, 16:15-17:00 EST
United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library Auditorium
By the end of next week, over 7 million people from 194 countries will have participated in MY World: the United Nations survey for a better world. Join us in celebrating the handover of a report dedicated to the 7 million voices in the MY World Survey, representing 1 in every 1,000 people in the world, to the United Nations. The event is co-organized and hosted by the United Nations Secretary-General’s Envoy on Youth, Mr. Ahmad Alhendawi. Keynote speech will be given by Mr. Jan Eliasson, United Nations Deputy Secretary-General. Watch the live event webcast on People’s Voices on Dec 12th, 16:30-17:00 EST.
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United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library Auditorium
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10 Things that Took Me 10 Years to Learn.
Most often we learn these virtues through practice. If you don’t start, you will never learn, even as simple as communication.
This post is in partnership with Inc., which offers useful advice, resources and insights to entrepreneurs and business owners. The article below was originally published at Inc.com.
By Lolly Daskal
If you really want to bring success into your life, you should cultivate yourself just as you’d cultivate a garden for the best yield.
The attributes here are shared by successful people everywhere, but they didn’t happen by accident or luck. They originate in habits, built a day at a time.
Remember: If you live your life as most people do, you will get what most people get. If you settle, you will get a settled life. If you give yourself your best, every day, your best will give back to you.
Here are the traits that the highly successful cultivate. How many do you have?
You have the determination to work harder than most and make…
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