Posts tagged with ‘Africa’

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Youth in Nairobi: Technology and Education

by Guest blogger

This blog was produced by Cherie Enns.  She is an educator (University of the Fraser Valley) and urban planner (Cherie Enns Consulting), who first moved to Kenya in 1970.  It is high time we stopped viewing our young people as part of the problem and started cultivating their promise and potential. Let us all resolve to […]

P3s in International Development Practice – Some Outcomes for the Sector – Part 1

by Tim Newson

Public-Private Partnerships (P3s) are being increasingly recommended as an effective new approach to fund and manage international development projects and to meet the MDGs. In 1962, Thomas Kuhn wrote a highly influential book (The Structure of Scientific Revolutions) on the philosophy of science.  He described how “routine” science dedicates itself towards puzzle-solving within a current paradigm or […]