Poverty: The Destiny of a Black Man

Poverty, a word that sends shivers down the spine. Poverty as a concept is one of the main drivers of foreign aid that is considered as a help to achieve development and escape that vicious concept. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in 2015 set as a first and primary goal to eradicate poverty by […]

Africa is a Country: Ignorance or Laziness

Many public figures, VIPs and journalists usually describe someone from Zimbabwe and a person from Kenya as “African”. They probably wouldn’t call them “Americans” if they were from Brazil, Argentina or the United States, even though the distance between the two is the same – and the economic conditions as different. You don’t have a […]

Volunteerism: The Healing Path of White Man

The economic development in Africa has been highly impacted by volunteerism in the last decade. We hear quite often about the outcome of this latter for the volunteer: it shapes one’s career, or helped him/her gain some experience before entering the job market, however how often do we hear about the outcome of one’s actions […]

The Mad Fight: Poverty Vs. Richness

  Have we been doing wrong by targeting extreme poverty instead of extreme richness? The gap between rich and poor has now reached a new record. Credit Suisse has revealed that the richest 1% has now accumulated more wealth than the rest of the world all together, and the wealth owned by the bottom 50% […]