This white paper focuses on the understanding of illicit financial flow, its impact within the African continent ( Using Ghana and Tanzania as case studies), the policies implemented by the respective countries to resolve or limit the issue. At last, a set of policies that are believed to be efficient in the limitation of illicit financial flows are … Continue reading White Paper : ADDRESSING ILLICIT FINANCIAL FLOWS IN AFRICA
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY It all started with one slogan “Farmers first”. In February, 2006 a new social enterprise, One Acre Fund decides to launch in Bungoma, Kenya. Starting with 36 farmers, 4 staffs, and a budget of $28,000; the organization today serves more than 305 thousand families, with more than 3000 staffs, and a budget of … Continue reading One Acre Fund : The Journey of a Fast Growing Social Enterprise and Its Impact in East Africa
To understand a country economic dynamic, it is important to look back into history and analyze the different trends, when trade became prominent, the different actors involved, the administrative structure, the law, the different policies introduced to stimulate the economy, and most importantly it is crucial to carefully analyzed both the economic strengths and weaknesses. … Continue reading Tanzania Economic Development
Abstract Social entrepreneurship [SE] is quickly becoming a field of intense debate and interest in both academia and SE-sponsoring organizations. Simply put, SE is about creating social value; however the understanding of how the process in creating social value unfolds under SE is very crucial. It allows us not only to better apprehend the social … Continue reading Empirical Research on Social Entrepreneurship : Understanding the Social Networks of Nascent Social Entrepreneurs.
Rwanda has undergone one of the worst atrocities in human history. A carnage that made billion of people around the world question the role of the UN Convention on genocide in preventing and punishing genocide which was signed in 1948. The “Never again” stated by the convention has failed in stopping the atrocity of 1994 … Continue reading The Rwandan genocide : Failure of a “Never again” Responsibility of France and the international community?