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Investing in Green Energy – The path to Post Covid-19 Recovery

The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has disrupted markets in a significant way. Supply chain challenges and major price hikes are  some of the major effects that are being felt across the globe. Oil and gas prices have risen and with the decrease in supply, demand for fossil fuels has also increased significantly, which

How Well Do You Know the SDGs? SDG One…

The Sustainable Development Goals, widely known as SDGs were developed at the United Nations Conference that was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the year 2012. In the year 2015, through a vote, the United Nations chose objectives applicable universally to transform the world. These are a collection of 17 intertwined global goals/target and

The Correlation of Sustainable Development and Education

  The Kenya Vision 2030 outlines that education is a social pillar and integral to the transformation of Kenya into a middle-income country and improve the quality of life for its citizens.    One of the main barriers to positive, sustainable development is substituting old technology for sustainable products. This is because of several factors,

  • Christiane Amare Lemma
  • June 3, 2022
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The Weaknesses of Policy Implementation in Climate Change

  In the past decade climate change has been taking more seriously by the political world, or so we thought. There have been several policies created to prevent further consequences from climate change in the Global South, specifically in regard to gender mainstreamed policies, however, these have failed to help the climate struggle; and this

Understanding money management

  Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play significant roles in most economies regarding job creation, global economic growth and development in that; they contribute about 3% of the country’s GDP according to a survey done Central Bank of Kenya (CBK). Therefore, SME development should be a high priority for all governments since by 2030, more

How Kenya Climate Ventures Prioritizes Youth in Sustainability Investments

Youth entrepreneurship is an integral aspect of a community’s economic development; this is significant in decreasing unemployment rates as youth are twice as likely to be out of a job. Entrepreneurship and business development are growing in the youth demographic with several positive benefits, including innovation, increased employment rates, and increasing productivity. Kenya Climate Ventures

The Gender Lens within Kenya Climate Ventures Investment Process

According to the IFC 2021 report, Investing in Women: New Evidence for the Business Case, the gap between male and female employment rates has closed by only 0.6 percentage points over the last two decades. The financing gap for women entrepreneurs remains at an estimated $285 billion. Inequities between men and women have been exacerbated due to

Africa offers high return on climate-smart investment – World Bank

Africa is being hit hard by climate change but has huge potential to minimize the impact and in some instances even triple a return on investment by embracing climate change adaptation, according to a report by the World Bank. Three African countries could more than triple returns on investments in climate-smart infrastructure and create thousands

KCV Clients Receive CO-Financing From KKCF

Sunken Limited , Rafode Limited and Hydroponics Africa Limited are among the overall winners of the just concluded Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund competition. The Kakuma Kalobeyei Challenge Fund (KKCF) is a program run by the International Finance Corporation implemented together with the Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund, UNHCR and the Turkana County Government. Structured on a

How Climate Change Impacts Women in East Africa

Women in rural regions of East Africa including Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Tanzania are highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. These women are vulnerable because of traditional gender roles within their societies. Gendered societal barriers and a failure in policy implementation regarding climate change compound the  vulnerability of women to impacts of climate

  • Christiane Amare Lemma
  • May 13, 2022
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