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Presentation to the Ministry of Local Government & Housing Clean Towns by Diversification & Change of Mindset. Chabuka J. Kawesha (Dr) Private Public Policy Contributor October 2012. Mahatma Gandhi “ You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”. Are FACTS Creating Fear ?.
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Chabuka J. Kawesha (Dr)
Private Public Policy Contributor
“You must be the change you wish to see in the world.”
FACT: Zambia’s population growth translates into graduates year-on-year are outstripping available job opportunities per year.
FACT: Councils large or small are not playing their role in employment creation and are ever claiming to be cash strapped or broke financially? Let’s change their treatment now.
FACT: We are seen to be too bureaucratic & lacking the will to pass change-based decisions in local government by potential FDI investors
[Self-belief & District or village collectivization]
The World has demonstrated this through regional economic blocks. Why can’t we do same by fostering Council blocks for development ?
‘Our current conventional economic prisms and macro-models barely capture this collage of adaptive competitive interests and inter-relationships’. Duncan Clarke
Be and remain Positive, Innovate through and through.
Gandhi said… YOU MUST BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE
This simplified paper with simplified but complex opportunities talks to opportunities of more than 1.1m new green jobs using new markets, local government initiatives, technology, etc., for Zambia to RESET its Industrial Revolution and job galore.And the message is simple, if we don’t plan and budget for new green jobs in mass-numbers we’ll miss all revolutions i.e. Industrial, Service, Technological, Scientific, etc., hence remain an gorge of poverty and forever on the brink of potential strife.It is we the technocrats who must present to the politicians and indeed to ourselves clinic and forensic ideas; above our economic development academics on how a dustbin, street broom, tissue-machine, a sewing machine, etc., can create 20,000 jobs a month.America, Europe and Asia rose from the ashes of the second world war to become industrial powers using self-design job creation models and largely and amass their own hands..