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Anthony Ogolo replied to Anthony Ogolo's discussion RWANDA GENOCIDE MASTERMIND STILL AT LARGE in the group Global Youth Connection
"The fugitive lives with the blssings of who is who in the social and political class, if you so him today you would either be dead the next munite or stinking reach, your hoice, your call."
Apr 23, 2012
Michelle Lee Rosenthal, LMSW replied to Anthony Ogolo's discussion RWANDA GENOCIDE MASTERMIND STILL AT LARGE in the group Global Youth Connection
"Isn't offering a reward an additional incentive to just explaining why the person should be offered freedom behind bars?  Does he have a drivers licence or year book picture?  How can you find a photo.  In USA they have police…"
Nov 20, 2011
Elise Webb and Anthony Ogolo are now friends
Apr 26, 2010
Anthony Ogolo added a discussion to the group Global Youth Connection
Apr 12, 2010
Anthony Ogolo posted a discussion

THE VILIFIED HERO OF PORT VICTORIA {UNFOLDING SERIES}

It’s an unnatural phenomenon, even a rarity that a living creature woulddefy the checks and balances of nature where survival is for thefittest and in a case of over refinement even the strongest are sent tothe gutter, the Nile perch of the Nile is one such rarities. Even theprobing hands of the scavenging fishmongers that codon the shores of thelake is just but a pinch of salt compared to the fish of prays rate ofbreeding and the ragging havoc it continues to bear on the biodiversityof the…See More
Mar 16, 2010
Anthony Ogolo joined Satomi Kanee's group
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Mar 14, 2010
Anthony Ogolo posted a discussion

THE HOT CONSTITUTION REVIEW IN KENYA

The constitutional review exercise is a hot issue in Kenya that just won't go away, especially with the vested interests from the political class, most sectarian. Optimists keep  their fingers crossed and hope for the best but activists like me stay put, engage in the process with a view to achieving a logical non partisan conclusion. God help Kenya.See More
Feb 1, 2010
Heshima replied to Anthony Ogolo's discussion THE SOMALIA PUZZLE in the group Global Youth Connection
"You all sound so great, but I think the world enjoy hearing too much violence going on arround, I don't understand why no action is being taken towaords the the innocent cilivians."
Jan 10, 2010
Anthony Ogolo left a comment for Fumi Inoue
"Sorry for the delay in responding to your request, December is usually a packed month for me anyway kindly give me you mail i would like to share with you a concept of my publication "Juvenile Justice Facilitation guide' you may have some…"
Jan 7, 2010
Fumi Inoue left a comment for Anthony Ogolo
"Anthony, I am very sorry for my late reply. I haven't visited this site for a long time. I truly appreciate your reply. What you've been doing sounds very progressive. I'll send you my email address to your message box. I am hoping…"
Dec 16, 2009
Anthony Ogolo left a comment for Veronica Geretz
"Your education and experience will be a great addition to this site, its a previllage to meet you here"
Nov 19, 2009
Anthony Ogolo posted a discussion

DEVOLVED FUNDS INITIATIVES IN KENYA, A BLESSING OR A CURSE

The government of Kenya has made deliberate efforts to decentralize most of its development projects over the past five years, key among them, the projects aimed at meeting the MDGs. More precisely, in the year 2007-2008 budgetary allocations, more than Ksh 58 Billion went to devolved structures. One of the devolved fund regimes instituted under this period was Constituency Development Fund through the CDF Act, which was later changed to CDF amendment act of 2007. The fund comprised of an…See More
Nov 9, 2009
Anthony Ogolo left a comment for Fumi Inoue
"Fumi my interests are pretty broad, presently am working on a publication on juvenile justice in Kenya, a publication i intend to share with the department of prisons in Kenya in tandem with the ongoing reforms at the security unit. i also have keen…"
Oct 29, 2009
Fumi Inoue left a comment for Anthony Ogolo
"Anthony, thank you very much for find me and writing me a thoutful message. It touched my heart. I am sorry that it took me a while to write back to you. I have been busy with my thesis and activism. I'm sure there are so many things we can do…"
Oct 26, 2009
Anthony Ogolo added a discussion to the group Peace Revolution
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H1N1 VIRUS A REALITY WE HAVE TO CONTEND WITH

Please let us just check if we have all the facts right.Did you know?• WHO has declared H1N1 a pandemic due to its quick spread• A quarter of a million infection cases have been laboratory confirmed worldwide.• According to WHO, H1N1 has killed 2837 people world over• The drug used by most countries to treat H1N1 is Anti-flu medicine oseltamivir• If infection is reported on time the chances of recovery is almost oneH1N1 virus is a pretty new disease in the face of the earth, and since the fast…See More
Oct 19, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Am a 26 year old graduate of Basic Science, a trained peer educator/counsellor and a convener of a local youth lead organization, Kisumu Youth Foundation
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
East Africa
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Kenya
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Volunteer Field officer in a local organization & convener of KYF
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://Yet to be formed
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Education, Environment, Facilitation, Gender, Health, Human Rights
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Advocacy, Capacity Building, Program Administration
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Juvenile Justice System in Kenya
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Still on course

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At 7:20pm on December 16, 2009, Fumi Inoue said…
Anthony, I am very sorry for my late reply. I haven't visited this site for a long time. I truly appreciate your reply. What you've been doing sounds very progressive. I'll send you my email address to your message box. I am hoping that we can continue this conversation through email, if it's ok with you. I'm excited to learn more about your country's politics. Thank you, Fumi
At 9:21am on October 26, 2009, Fumi Inoue said…
Anthony, thank you very much for find me and writing me a thoutful message. It touched my heart. I am sorry that it took me a while to write back to you. I have been busy with my thesis and activism. I'm sure there are so many things we can do together in order for a real peaceful world. I've been interested in postcolonial studies, so I'd be happy to learn about your academic interests and activities. Peace, Fumi
At 1:40am on October 13, 2009, Jackie Watson said…
Hi Anthony. Thank you for your comment. I don't think it is possible to know everything about English - as you said, it is a very wide language and new words are constantly appearing. To reach a high standard in a language, I believe we need to be focus on expanding our vocabulary at every opportunity. Jackie
At 2:17pm on September 27, 2009, Ping Ping Worakate said…
Hi Anthony
Nice to know you and thank you for joining Peace Revolution. Please check out our website,www.peacerevolution2010.org, coz you may become one of the candidates from Kenya who receive funding for the conference in Thailand next year. I wish you luck.
Inner Peace
Ping Ping
At 4:12am on September 11, 2009, Chuck Egerton said…
Anthony, I do not have direct experience nor am I involved with elections and politics. These are very volatile issues because they involve power and control. I think it is good to start with the grass roots and small groups of people who are interested in exploring unity in diversity. It is also good to focus on our oneness as a human race, above and beyond our local or national loyalties. This is where true justice and therefore racial unity is found.
At 7:51pm on September 2, 2009, Skye Dobson said…
Ndiyo, najua "Jambo" na nimeweza kusema kiswahili kidogo.
 
 
 

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