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Ssozi Javie's Blog – April 2010 Archive (7)


A few days ago I joined a savings circle. People (friends in most cases) form a group which saves money an lends it to one of the group members. Our group is made up of 6 members - [and still open to those who want to join]
Every month, each member contributes UGX 50,000 (roughly US $24). So, a total of USD144 is collected from the 6 group members every month. [ 6 time 24 = $144.] The money is then given to the first group beneficiary (money is given to the group members in…

Added by Ssozi Javie on April 29, 2010 at 2:57pm — 2 Comments

Grow the Money - Lend it - Harvest it!!

Here is my comment to an article "The Future of Money" written by Agent Daniel Blanchard who has just joined the Evoke network:… Continue

Added by Ssozi Javie on April 29, 2010 at 1:50pm — 5 Comments

Making Water Crisis a MYTH! - World Water Day 2020

Over the years, access to clean and safe water has been a very big challenge in developing countries. Many organisations, joint communities and individuals worked tirelessly to make this a myth.

10 years ago, Evoke Agents from different corners of the world joined hands and combined heads to discuss the water crisis. Through blogs, photos, and videos the agents shared experiences and…

Added by Ssozi Javie on April 27, 2010 at 7:53pm — 1 Comment

Building Community - Managed Water Projects

Access to clean/ safe water still remain a very big challenge in many developing countries. Piped water remains limited to major trading centers, towns and big cities. The wider communities living in the rural areas and on the country side have resorted to exploiting the unprotected water sources; swamps, lakes, rivers and…


Added by Ssozi Javie on April 27, 2010 at 12:27pm — 2 Comments

improving clean water access to benefit the rural poor communities

Background to the problem.
Access to clean and safe water in rural Uganda remain a very big challenge. People walk 1.5 to 2kms on average to access water from unprotected wells, rivers, lakes and swamps.

Amref is an international NGO with headquarters in Kenya. AMREF’s mission is to…

Added by Ssozi Javie on April 16, 2010 at 6:00pm — 6 Comments

Solar or Biogas; Take your pick!

The only source of energy I use in my home is Hydro Electric Power. It is the most common in Uganda today. Very expensive however but we don’t have many options. One of the options is solar which is really expensive in

terms of initial set up costs.

Hydro Electric Power is relatively cheap in terms of initial costs of connection however it’s pretty expensive to maintain in the long run.

In my house I use “…


Added by Ssozi Javie on April 12, 2010 at 9:19am — 2 Comments

Celebrating Sustainable Development and Sustainable Energy!

Today we are celebrating the 2020 - World Development Day in Uganda. The theme is “Sustainable Development and Sustainable Energy”. This year’s World Development day will never be forgotten. The theme is “Sustainable

Development Fueled by Sustainable Energy”.

Background of the Problem:

The industrial revolution, urbanization and rapid development led to the increased…


Added by Ssozi Javie on April 12, 2010 at 8:39am — No Comments

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Stinging Nettle

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