Alvin Muhwezi, Africa Lead for Ethical Angel interviews Ronald D. Kayanja, Director of United Nations Information Centre in Lagos, Nigeria.
After the pain and dislocation of 2020, there is an urgent need for the skills and practice of empathy across society and the economy.
It was the first time we saw her smile.
Thoughts from The Social Enterprise Mark - CIC
Let’s take a short journey into the future. Take out your crystal balls, and let’s visit the future of learning... It’s 2035. At what point can you see high level executives, senior managers, or recent graduates, saying:
Growing up in Jinja district, excuse me, City - in the early 1990's, we were constantly inundated with stories of how this beautiful nook was once the industrial and innovation engine of Uganda and some argued East Africa. Sadly, by the time we were old enough to fully understand what both industry and innovation meant, Jinja was clearly a shadow of its past self. While most industries had collapsed or were barely operational, the ethos of an industrial hub were still prevalent. This may partly explain why many of my school peers are now budding industrialists. We might have missed out on the unrivaled experience of working on the assembly lines, but we certainly inherited the soft skills from the elders.
How can charities use business skills to overcome obstacles?