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Dr Richard Munang

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Dr Richard Munang is a climate change and development expert and is the author of ‘Making Africa Work Through the Power of Innovative Volunteerism.' Follow him on Twitter: @RichardMunang

Making Resilience Work in Africa

Imagine being able to live up to 30 years without food or water. Imagine living at temperatures as cold as absolute zero or as...

Life is Not a Place of Ease Alone

When life does NOT go as planned, always remember that life is not a place of ease or celebration. In the past couple of...

Rethinking Economics for Africa through the Climate Action Prism

“It is better that, trials come to you in the beginning, and you find peace afterward than for them to come to you at...

Critical Components of Strong Institutions and Good Governance

It is the seeming “invisible” issues that are easy to ignore that end up being the most consequential. Institutions are not buildings. Institutions are...

How Africans are responsible for the governance failures – Practical Solutions

The reality is that governance has been misconstrued most of the time, and I will be as realistic as I can in my discussions...

How every positive action from each of us can help move the needle

Sometimes it baffles me when I see people complain 24/7 without proffering solutions. They complain about everything. They blame everyone except themselves. What many...

Unsafe Food is Africa’s Silent Killer: Reasons and Actions

“If you give bad food to your stomach, it drums for you to dance.” This African proverb underscores a simple yet critical fact: what we...

Is it Passion or Inspiration to Bridge the Gap in Africa’s Development?

An insightful African proverb reminds us, that “what you help a child to love can be more important than what you help them to...

Corruption is a consequence not a cause as we think

An amusing yet insightful African proverb reminds us – that “if you think you have someone eating out of your hands, it is a good...

How to stay motivated with an Unpaid Internship

A young person recently reached out in our professional forum asking: “Is it legal for a funded NGO not to pay a stipend for...

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