SACCOs can gain a lot from developing strong brands. By adopting a brand mindset, SACCOs can promote their mission and services and attract new members by emphasizing the special advantages of joining.
After 4 years of service and due to changes in personal circumstances and priorities, I decided not to offer myself for re-election at the 41st Annual General Meeting on 11 March 2023 of Kanisa SACCO. It has been a challenging yet fulfilling experience with many lessons that I carry with me onto my next adventures wherever they may lead me.
Celebrating my 35th birthday is a turning point in many ways than one. As I begin the latter half of my 30s, I take this as a moment of reflection, contemplation, and celebration of my accomplishments so far. It is also a time of change and growth, as I start to reassess my career, relationships, lifestyle and responsibilities in society.
Taking responsibility for one’s life and actions can be difficult but it’s very important if we are to live a contented life without the feeling that someone owes us. Here are 3 tips you can consider in your personal development journey this year.
As modern parents and guardians, there is a lot, we can do to teach our children financial skills in their infancy, adolescence and youth that will become a major asset in their adulthood. Here are a few ideas you can try out with your little ones, recognizing that this is a lifelong learning process, and the impact will only be visible over time.
Knowing how to overcome hopelessness starts with the acceptance that positive changes in mood and hopefulness are possible and that we have a strong inner ability to cope with difficult situations.
Regardless of the SACCO, you decide to join, of importance is that it is stable, well-governed, and can sufficiently serve your financial growth interests.
Organizations across all sectors need to show stronger commitment to board diversity and inclusion, particularly through strategies that champion and advance youth participation in decision-making processes
Coming on the backdrop of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the recently held conference helped to further galvanize and strengthen the Scout Movement in Africa in many ways.
Young people are a tremendous source of energy, creativity and values that can shape a better future, both inside Scouting and in the local communities in which they live.