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06 October 2013

Advocating, Developing and Empowering

Youth Challenge International and the YMCA Ghana prensented the 2013 Entrepreneurship conference for Micro-Enterprise.  The Micro-Enterprise Conference was a unique conference that gave small business owners the opportunity to attend informative sessions, networking opportunities, a procurement fair and business resource expo.

Are you a micro-enterprise?
A micro-enterprise will usually operate with fewer than 10 people and is started with a small amount of capital. In the majority of micro-enterprises  the owner is the sole operator and worker, leading many to refer to this phenomenon as self employment.

Most micro-enterprises specialize in providing goods or services for their local areas.
Enter who came to the conference, had a very good developmental knowledge from other enterpreneurs  who share the the same dream with them.

Advocating, Developing and Empowering

Catch the Entrepreneurship Fever during the 2013 Micro-Enterprise Conference.  The Micro-Enterprise Conference is a unique three-day conference that gives small business owners the opportunity to attend informative sessions, networking opportunities, a procurement fair and business resource expo.

Are you a micro-enterprise?
A Micro-enterprise is defined as a business with no more than five employees and start up costs of $35,000 or less.  A micro-enterprise will usually operate with fewer than 10 people and is started with a small amount of capital. In the majority of micro-enterprises  the owner is the sole operator and worker, leading many to refer to this phenomenon as self employment.

Most micro-enterprises specialize in providing goods or services for their local areas.  Fifty four percent of U.S. businesses have one to four employees and 49.2 percent of Ohio businesses fit this mode.

- See more at: http://goblackcentral.com/2013/05/micro-enterprise-conference-2013-in-columbus-offers-an-affordable-alternative/#sthash.fACR6WnQ.dpuf

Advocating, Developing and Empowering

Catch the Entrepreneurship Fever during the 2013 Micro-Enterprise Conference.  The Micro-Enterprise Conference is a unique three-day conference that gives small business owners the opportunity to attend informative sessions, networking opportunities, a procurement fair and business resource expo.

Are you a micro-enterprise?
A Micro-enterprise is defined as a business with no more than five employees and start up costs of $35,000 or less.  A micro-enterprise will usually operate with fewer than 10 people and is started with a small amount of capital. In the majority of micro-enterprises  the owner is the sole operator and worker, leading many to refer to this phenomenon as self employment.

Most micro-enterprises specialize in providing goods or services for their local areas.  Fifty four percent of U.S. businesses have one to four employees and 49.2 percent of Ohio businesses fit this mode.

- See more at: http://goblackcentral.com/2013/05/micro-enterprise-conference-2013-in-columbus-offers-an-affordable-alternative/#sthash.fACR6WnQ.dpuf

Advocating, Developing and Empowering

Catch the Entrepreneurship Fever during the 2013 Micro-Enterprise Conference.  The Micro-Enterprise Conference is a unique three-day conference that gives small business owners the opportunity to attend informative sessions, networking opportunities, a procurement fair and business resource expo.

Are you a micro-enterprise?
A Micro-enterprise is defined as a business with no more than five employees and start up costs of $35,000 or less.  A micro-enterprise will usually operate with fewer than 10 people and is started with a small amount of capital. In the majority of micro-enterprises  the owner is the sole operator and worker, leading many to refer to this phenomenon as self employment.

Most micro-enterprises specialize in providing goods or services for their local areas.  Fifty four percent of U.S. businesses have one to four employees and 49.2 percent of Ohio businesses fit this mode.

- See more at: http://goblackcentral.com/2013/05/micro-enterprise-conference-2013-in-columbus-offers-an-affordable-alternative/#sthash.fACR6WnQ.dpuf
06 October 2013

Never late to do good..

Alfred Nobel was an inventor and a businessman born in Sweden in 1833. When he was thirty years old, he made his first inventions of dynamite (a kind of explosive made by his company called Nobel Company). Although dynamite has many peaceful uses, including digging tunnels, it was and is still used in warfare.

 Alfred Nobel went on to become extremely wealthy by inventing and selling war materials, especially with a kind of smokeless gunpowder that made it easier for soldiers to see during battles.In 1867, Nobel patented his dynamite discovery after making improvement on the blasting cap; which was ignited by lighting a fuse. Nobel died in 1895 and left behind nine million endowment fund.

According to the Nobel Peace prize committee when Nobel died, in 1895, his will came as quite a surprise. He left most of his vast fortune to pay for a group of prizes awarded every year. The prizes were to be given for achievements in chemistry, physics, medicine, literature and the cause of peace. The first four prizes are awarded by a committee appointed by the Swedish parliament, and the peace prize is decided by a committee appointed by the Norwegian parliament.

According to Nobel’s will

    “The prize for peace is awarded to a person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding of peace congresses.”The award is sometimes given to an individual and sometimes to an organization.

As people of faith born of a ‘reformer’ (Martin Luther), desire to drive change is often over-shadowed with feeling of powerlessness. We encounter poverty, unemployment, diseases, changing environment and the list keep growing bigger and bigger.The little change in our own little way build up to the bigger difference we should desire: To leave the world a better place than we found it.

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06 October 2013

Our Approach to Youth Development

There are over 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 living in the world today. This represents the largest global youth cohort in history. With roughly 89% of youth residing in the developing world, young people make up well over half of the national population in many countries. It’s a big group – and it’s growing!

06 October 2013

“What reformation do we need today and how can it be achieved?”

Choose one main answer or idea you have on this question.   It can be as free as you like. Explain and present it in a creative way to the internet community, for example as a text, video, song, speech, picture. It should not be longer than 1 A4 page or 5 minutes video.

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06 October 2013

Unemployment is one of the most important challenges facing the poor people in our country.  This has been made worse by the fact that over the last two decades, the formal economy (especially mining) has been shedding jobs and many workers were retrenched.  Furthermore, every year hundreds of thousands of new job seekers (the vast majority of them youth) join the army of unemployed. 

It is accepted worldwide that the development and growth of small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs) can play an important role in turning this situation around.  Policies and programmes to support the development of SMMEs are therefore an important part of the democratic government’s programmes to create a better life.

 

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