Month: July 2017

Message from Arua Goodluck. President My Takent Africa. INTL.

Learn to ignore and overlook many things if you truly want happiness in life  because the easiest way to a miserable life is to think that everybody is talking about you. Never allow anyone to steal your joy from you. What people say behind your back is none of your business as long as you […]

Take Action in the United Nation Sustanable Development Goals to End extreme poverty

From UNSDG End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Whoa. The Global Goals are important, world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders. It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Should you just give up? No! Change starts with you. Seriously. Every human on earth—even the […]

My Talent Africa Changes the Life – Khobotlo Supplying Masses With Vegetables in His Country

My Talent Africa Changes the Life of a Young Person When Leutsoa Khobotlo cleared garbage at his landlord’s yard to start a small vegetable garden two years ago, little did he know that he would end up running a green house, producing enough vegetables to supply schools and supermarkets Leutsoa runs a Green House at Leribe […]

7 Ways to Prevent Child Abuse in Africa

The burden of prevention has been resting for years on the smallest shoulders in our society: the children who are most vulnerable, least powerful, and least likely to be able to protect themselves from a powerful adult. This is especially true when considering that the majority of sexual abuse (93%) happens at the hands of an […]

What are the African youths doing wrong? : Proposal Writing and Grant Seeking.

Did you know that the grant business is a multi-billion dollar business? If the grant business was a company on its own, it would be part of the so-called Fortune 500 companies. Young people across Africa’s many economic sectors are increasingly finding interest in writing proposals for. The ultimate objective or the underlying reason why the […]

What are the African youths doing wrong? II : Proposal Writing and Grant Seeking.

(Read Part 1 of this article here) 3. Indecision, poor investment character and substitution Some youths in the Zimbabwean case decided to uptake another venture other than that which was initially proposed and earned a grant. In agribusiness, this is the mother of all wrongs when it comes to investment. Suppose you know a particular field […]

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