In this OpEd, Adebayo Alonge proposes that the West needs to invest in social welfare and justice programs in poor countries in order to sustainably solve the global mass migration crisis.
Africa needs more Impact Entrepreneurship to solve its many social problems. Conventional capitalism has failed to stop the spread of poverty on the continent. It needs a new type of entrepreneurship- one that has heart.
The food crisis in the Chad basin of Africa can be solved by concerted international donor effort and by establishing security in the wider Sahel region. Watch as Adebayo Alonge proffers solutions to this international crisis alongside Emira Woods of the Institute of Policy Studies on CGTN's (CCTV Africa) Show- The Heat
Africa is not poor but it suffers from poverty. And this poverty is due to unbridled capitalism Adebayo Alonge Solutions Ideator Image credit: gps-connects.com “Africans are fools. They allow themselves to be cheated by their leaders and by the rest of the world” Without further context, this statement may be passed off as the seething outburst of … Continue reading What They Don’t Tell You About Africa
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Youths are Africa's future. what would you want current global leaders to invest in so that Africa's youth can achieve their potential.
The World Bank estimates that, on current trends, sub-Saharan Africa will meet the MDGs in 2147 Source: http://www.stephenleahy.net Africa is the only region in the world where poverty and hunger are on the increase. The number of undernourished Africans increased by one million a year from 2000 to 2002, though the proportion of people undernourished … Continue reading What Way Forward For Africa’s Agriculture?
We need to question how we reward value as a society. You cannot have so many billionaires and yet so much poverty and unemployment. What then have these billionaires created of value that serves to justify their wealth? Dr. Makanjuola, Resident Surgeon LUTH, Lagos, Nigeria image via mediafreedominternational.org The IMF, World Bank, … Continue reading The Myth of Trickle Down Economic Policies
The ineptitude of regional and multilateral organizations in resolving conflicts in member states and in protecting the rights of ordinary people globally has to end now. And this can be done if the member states look for sincere solutions Adebayo Alonge Solutions Ideator culled from yalibnan.com The conflicts in Mali and Syria have brought to … Continue reading MALI, SYRIA AND THE INEPTITUDE OF MULTILATERAL ORGANIZATIONS
The Boko Haram crisis is worsened by lack of collaboration among security agencies, by failure of government to deliver justice and immediate relief to victims and by failure in the gathering and deployment of intelligence to forestall attacks (paraphrased). Ambassador Othman Gamji Galtimari Chairman Presidential Committee on Security Challenges in the North-East Origin The … Continue reading Solving the Boko Haram Menace