Are you making productive use of your mobile phone, social media, and internet?

According to the International Telecommunications Union, it's estimated that about 3.5 billion people, almost half the world's population will be online by next year. Of these people, about 2 billion will be from developing countries including 89 million from the least developed countries in the world. In a recent article published by Prosper Magazine, the… Continue reading Are you making productive use of your mobile phone, social media, and internet?

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Poor spending habits: A major cause of the vicious cycle of borrowing.

Yesterday, I came across a very interesting article in the Daily Monitor Newspaper regarding peoples' spending habits. I found it related to my previous article titled "Living within our means for a better tomorrow" and was therefore prompted to share it with you this day. The phrase, "Failing to make ends meet" is common in… Continue reading Poor spending habits: A major cause of the vicious cycle of borrowing.

Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development.

Yesterday, I was part of a marketplace convention held in Kampala, Uganda. This convention brings together Christians from different walks of life to discuss and share their experience in the marketplace. Individuals who have been working for more than 10 years or so are given a platform to share their stories and experiences. They narrate… Continue reading Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development.

Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development

Yesterday, I was part of a marketplace convention held in Kampala, Uganda. This convention brings together Christians from different walks of life to discuss and share their experience in the marketplace. Individuals who have been working for more than 10 years or so are given a platform to share their stories and experiences. They narrate… Continue reading Integrity: A virtue essential for personal and national economic development

Agriculture: Could be a source of income for youth in Uganda.

Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda's economy with the majority (both crops and livestock) on small farms for food and cash income, and on fairly large farms including ranches. The major livestock species include cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, and poultry. From an economic point view, cattle are the most important livestock with significant contributions,… Continue reading Agriculture: Could be a source of income for youth in Uganda.

Living within your means for a better tomorrow.

Today, I was priviledged to attend a conference with the theme Power, Sex, and Money, the emphasis being on Money. Majority, if not all of the people in attendance were quite youthful, with some of them being university students and others recently starting out in their careers. The discussion of the day was quite interesting… Continue reading Living within your means for a better tomorrow.

Is Economic freedom a mith?

In a society where nearly everybody is dominated by somebody else's mind or by a disembodied mind, it becomes increasingly difficult to learn the truth about the activities of governments and corporations, about the quality or value of products, or about the health of one's own place and economy. In such a society, also, our… Continue reading Is Economic freedom a mith?