International Women’s Day 2014: Bridging the gap for African Women Access to Jobs Kampala, March 6, 2014

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On 6 March 2014, Business Executives and women business owners will come together with experts from the business world, civil society, technocrats and legislators at the Uganda Manufacturers' Association conference Hall Lugogo Kampala to contribute to Post 2015 development agenda dialogue. In particular the meeting will explore the reasons why the International Labour … [Read more...]

Aid: what do the numbers tell us?

    Last week The Guardian run a story on aid transparency following the latest report from Aid Transpareny  Index Publish What You Fund Here are resuts   DONOR SCORE 1. U.S., MCC VERY GOOD 2. GAVI VERY GOOD 3. UK, DFID VERY GOOD 4. UNDP VERY GOOD 5. World Bank, IDA GOOD 6. Global … [Read more...]

The scandal of wasted food at Tesco

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  Today I return to one of my favourite topics  FOOD. The availability of food is something I return to on this blog time and time again. I am often surprised and even shocked that whilst millions are going hungry some have so much food that it goes to waste. The point of waste differs depending on the level of development of a given country.  In developing … [Read more...]