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Deadline: 31 March 2016 The U.S Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM) is seeking proposals from NGO’s for its NGO programs benefiting refugees and other vulnerable populations in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Central Asia. Funding Priorities Proposed activities should primarily support Afghan refugee returnees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Afghanistan, Afghan …

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Deadline: 15 April 2016 The Jacobs Foundation is seeking applications from early and mid-career researchers globally for its Research Fellowship Program. The Program aims at improving the development and living conditions of children and youth or contributing to one of the thematic priorities. Fellowships are awarded to the most highly talented and innovative young scholars …

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At the New York Stock Exchange, we’re proud to be the leading global exchange for today’s companies. The world’s best businesses, leaders and problem-solvers walk through our doors to raise the capital required for innovation and progress in communities across the globe. They come here because they know: 1. Our market model results in lower …

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By: Danson HomeSend and Vodafone to Extend M-Pesa Remittance Agreement to Five New Markets in 2016 In Barcelona, on February 24 2016 at Mobile World Congress, HomeSend, the international payment and money transfer hub, announced the expansion of its global framework agreement with Vodafone Group for M-Pesa, including the launch of remittance services into five …

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By: Danson danson@mtkenyatimes.co.ke Color plays a major role in how people make purchasing decisions. According to a study conducted by the University of Winnipeg, 90% of its respondents agreed that colors influenced the way they made snap decisions. The study also concluded that customers generally make an initial judgment on a product within 90 seconds, …

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BY STEPHEN NZIOKA The laptop project is one of the Jubilee government pledges they made before coming to power. The debate of the free primary laptops offer has become a robust within the Kenyans minds where mostly Kenyans see it as a white elephant project that will never happen. This has seen the government critics …

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Why am I starting a business? What kind of business do I want? Who is my ideal customer? What products or services will my business provide? Am I prepared to spend the time and money needed to get my business started? What differentiates my business idea and the products or services I will provide from …

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By Michael Mburu Kenya is a beautiful country and much about it is so wonderful, I mean; speak of tourism and we ranks amongst the best in terms of wildlife and geographical beauties. Much about this country is amazing, but somehow this beauty remains hidden to our eyes, not because we are hatters of our …

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By; Meshack Masibo As I sit quiet in local campus mess a group of gents well clad in suits and a lady beautifully curved in a white sundress come sit on the table next to mine, they make a whimpered look at me, almost like a sneer and instantly look away. The person on the …

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