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Daisy Mwikali
Kifaru

How can we encourage a value adding culture in our economy?

There is a huge and unexplored market to recycle African resources. It is hard to explore this opportunity when over 80% of everything around you is imported.

Most second/third hand items we buy are imports while our own products (barely used) are mostly replaced or discarded before optimum use.

How can we encourage a value adding culture that will see us use more products amd services than we import?

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  1. The right policies matched with the right leades and a personal mission of interest in value is what kickstarted Rwandas environmental revolution. We could borrow a leaf from Rwanda by electing interested leaders and having supporting laws to go along with it.

    The right policies matched with the right leades and a personal mission of interest in value is what kickstarted Rwandas environmental revolution. We could borrow a leaf from Rwanda by electing interested leaders and having supporting laws to go along with it.

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