Economic Recession in Nigeria
The state of the Nigerian economy was a diverse economy that used to be the pride of Africa. It was flowing with natural minerals such as gold, tin, bitumen, coal, natural gas and salt as well as agricultural produce ranging from our local cassava to the grown-for-sale cocoa and rubber trees. The discovery of oil in the late sixties brought about an economic boom like no other. But now, we are being eaten by a virus known as economic recession. What is the cure for this infection?What Exactly Is a Social Impact Bond?
Many health and human service organizations struggle due to lack of funding. So despite the fact they do quality work, they are unable to provide the full potential value of their work. Read about a financial solution to this problem. Read this write-up, which includes financial models and examples, to learn more.Crisis Point
Thinking back to the financial crisis of 2008, one would think that another such economic catastrophe would somehow elude us. It was just ten years ago that the United States plunged the world into the worst financial disaster since the Great Depression. Yet here we are, a decade later, no wiser and even more foolish.Handy’s Four Types of Organizational Culture
The 4 kinds of organizational culture popularised by Charles Handy are as follows: 1. Power Culture 2. Role Culture 3. Task Culture 4. Person/Support Culture.The Wheels Of Injustice
As the wheels of justice grind to a halt by the powers that be our society is fast approaching a breaking point. A breaking point from which there is really no return. With more children with guns and the wiliness to carry out horrific acts of violence has put our way of life in grave jeopardy.Washington Is Creating a Perfect Economic Storm
I grew up in a conservative political household. My parents met as members of an early ’60s organization called Young Americans for Freedom. They went on to have careers in politics and government service.One Pound Houses
The cheapest street in Britain. On Wednesday I watched a documentary on Liverpool’s housing scheme – the opportunity to purchase a dilapidated house for a pound and do it up. That sounds like a fabulous idea for those struggling to get on the housing ladder, and several families had accepted the offer and were eagerly renovating their properties.Scapegoat And History
Through-out history leaders have always tried to put blame on others for their rationale. Whether their ventures were successful or not the decisions they made affected so many others in ways that seem almost incomprehensible. History is full of incidents where people of authority take great pains to put blame on certain individuals who no fault of their own did what was required of them.Causes of Brexit
Britain’s past differs from that of its European neighbours. Its role as an unconquered island nation, a long tradition of parliamentary democracy and an ingrained good sense that ultimately it is able to be looking after itself, represents it out from some other European nations. It was not that sympathetic to the European ideal.That Sinking Feeling
As the winter Olympics take center stage without too much fanfare the Trump Administration is poised to unleash a budget filled with draconian cuts in just about every safety net there is. These safety nets have had significant success in keeping millions of Americans from falling through the cracks of an already unbalanced society. Yet, we have Trump and the rest of the Republicans incapable of hearing the cries of the impoverished multitudes that continue to languish in desperation hoping for better times ahead.Watershed Year
As with the coming of spring there should be renewed hope that all things blossom by the warmth of the sun. Yet, the clouds of uncertainty hang heavily overhead. We find ourselves being led by a Banana Republic want-a-be dictator.