"Business is obliged to contribute to peace because we all know that business will not thrive, grow or even survive without peaceful environment. Embarking from this Somalia because of its overextended civil strive /restlessness has witnessed…"
With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) now adopted, attention is shifting to how they will be delivered. While responsibility will ultimately fall to government, leaders across sectors now recognise that the challenges are too great and too systemic for any one of them to tackle alone, and that business’ contribution will be pivotal. There is growing appreciation that business is well positioned to drive sustainable and inclusive…See More
"Capacity building should be given top priority. It is the old argument "Teach him /her how to fish to stop him/her await your hand-out" The only we can overcome poverty is when configure efforts to teach every young man &…"
"Africa is virgin and it is full of of natural resources, among others, its mere Geo-climatic location is exceedingly strategic in terms of business. But, What I want to stress and underline is the intensity of the solar energy which I wish to call…"
"Africa has a long history of innovation and as you rightly said at the beginning the issue is funding not lack of ideas.
Imagine before 100 years we knew how to preserve food for days especially milk without fridge in Somalia and it…"
Our overall development strategy involves helping “Somalia” stand on its feet by assisting “private sector-led development" along with strengthening a matching public sector policy creating conducive enabling environment which stands and develops transparent democratic practices.
Topics on my radar:
Base of the Pyramid, Enterprise Development, Finance and Investment, Governance and Transparency, Inclusive Business Models, Partnerships, Peace and Commerce
Other Topics on my radar:
Rehabilitating and ivesting to re-build ruined civilisation.
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