How Baby Diapers Can Kick Start Kenya’s Economic Transformation

Dr. Kalua Green 8 May 2022 1

Our departed former President Mwai Kibaki was my friend and boss. I was privileged to learn five key lessons from him that can transform our nation.

Here Are Five Lessons That We Can Learn from the Late President Kibaki

Dr. Kalua Green 30 April 2022 0

Our departed former President Mwai Kibaki was my friend and boss. I was privileged to learn five key lessons from him that can transform our nation.

Why We Must Revamp The Kenya School of Government to Improve Public Policy and Leadership

Dr. Kalua Green 23 April 2022 0

Have you ever heard of conversational receptiveness? This is a tactical approach that seeks to improve engagement with opposing views. It enables amicable conflict resolution which ensures that when people disagree, they do so in a non-violent manner.

We Must rededicate ourselves to the ideals of National Cohesion

Dr. Kalua Green 16 April 2022 0

Last week I traveled to Tanzania on a business trip. Although I have visited this country many times before, I am always amazed at the sheer strength of their national cohesion. It is very difficult to find a Tanzanian who is vehemently opposed to a given leader purely by virtue of that leader’s ethnic community.

The Ongoing Oil crisis is a Wakeup Call for Alternative Energy Sources

Dr. Kalua Green 9 April 2022 0

A rare spectacle swept across Kenya last week as our oil pumps ran dry. Initially, long queues were witnessed at petrol stations as motorists jostled for petrol.

WE MUST IMPROVE OUR AIRPORTS TO ATTRACT MORE TOURISTS

Dr. Kalua Green 3 April 2022 0

In 2019, before COVID-19 rocked global tourism, twelve European countries were among the top most visited countries in the world.

Here is Why Climate Change is a top Concern for Voters

Dr. Kalua Green 26 March 2022 0

Roads, jobs and food. These three are often top demands of Kenyan voters. Wherever you travel in Kenya, people will complain about bad state of local roads, lack of local jobs, food insecurity and food prices.

How Infrastructure can boost the livelihoods of households

Dr. Kalua Green 13 March 2022 0

Where do you live? Maybe you live in a flat somewhere in Mathare North or pipeline in Nairobi or Nyalenda in Kisumu. where buildings are packed so closely together that natural light is a pipe dream.

Why Green Buildings Hold The Future Of Our Cities

Dr. Kalua Green 5 March 2022 0

Where do you live? Maybe you live in a flat somewhere in Mathare North or pipeline in Nairobi or Nyalenda in Kisumu. where buildings are packed so closely together that natural light is a pipe dream.

Why We Must Retool Our Workforce To Meet The Needs Of 21st The Century

Dr. Kalua Green 26 February 2022 0

In December 2018, a senior Government official from the Ministry of Transport visited Lamu Port and revealed some disturbing information.