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Re: [learningfromeachother] Re: [mendenyo] Develop on people but not machines alone

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  • Maria Agnese Giraudo
    Dear Samwel, Pam, Janet and all I totaly agree on Samwel vision. Sam, you have a vision of a politician leader! I hope that African youth develop themself
    Message 1 of 4 , May 2, 2007
      Dear Samwel, Pam, Janet and all 
      I totaly agree on Samwel  vision. Sam, you have a vision of a politician leader!
       I hope that African youth develop themself  getting good education: from Philosophy, History,  to learning and practical   skills and abilities to run an independent and productive life and  to be leaders in  the big change we are facing.  I wish that thay  can bring a new vision to Europe too! 
      All the best!
      Maria Agnese

      Pamela McLean <pam.mclean@...> ha scritto:
      Well said Samwel. It's the people who drive change - without them to
      use it, and inspire its use, the technology is a useless tool.

      samuel kongere wrote:
      > Hi All,
      > I know in Africa we have multi related bad governance problems which
      > cut across hills and valleys of minds of people around the globe. I
      > will suppose many problems are up and down, while others come in place
      > of ignorance. Why do I say this? Bad governance, we live in a time
      > where we should have a changed constitution which can help develop the
      > grassroot communities than having bureaucratic situations where
      > misappropriation of funds starts at the top going down. When the
      > Government announce an increase of GPD and this not felt by the local
      > man, why?
      > So, what went wrong in our leadership and our people? The country
      > needs to invest is not only technology, but also people. In the past
      > buying a machine was the ultimate investment, but now government and
      > private organizations, all over the world are putting money on people
      > to do cutting- research and come up with innovative.
      > The third world very competitive and organizations workforce and
      > knowledge base are a great asset. If technology has to work for us,
      > the people must change their mind sets from a third world mentality to
      > that of a first world.
      > It is said that the problem is 20% technology and 80% cultural change.
      > Technology must drive my vision 2014. It is only then we begin to
      > look like community admirals and if life getting better, any name of
      > success will do in either 10 or less years.
      > Sam.
      > Samwel Okech kongere
      > Nyamuga primary school
      > P.O BOX 191,
      > MBITA 040305- KENYA.
      > Cell: +254 725 600 439
      > Community Development
      > UDOGO youth development group-coordinat or
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