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July 6, 2016 15:30

Hi Joseph, your PC project appear to be promising and will like to see your products in the African PC market.
Will like to know if you are setting up an assembling PC plant or do intend to source for local raw materials to manufacture this computer devices?
I will also like to suggest that if you have competitive advantage in Production of Hardwares, why not put your business focus on hardware, while you outsource or buy software to run on your PC.
this approach to business model is what HP hardware giant is using to win & sustain their market share global ly

July 6, 2016 00:47

Could you examine my idea on mobile birth registration app which aim to track low birth weight of neonatal in Nigeria?

I will appreciate if u will vote my idea too
https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/4/3925/

July 6, 2016 00:34

obesity can be hereditary and as well be influenced for food intake. Your project is of relevance today and of course will impact the future wellbeing / life expectancy in Nigeria.
In fact, most NGO will partner with your group if you collate reliable statistics of overweight children in schools as a technique to draw attention of stakeholders including UNICEF and international donors

Comment on: Capture Caption App
July 6, 2016 00:03

Hi, your development team have chose a path to change rot learning which appears to undermine child development and education in 21st century nursery schools. however, is it possible for team to make a beta app version as a strategy to appeal to schools management to adopt your solution?
I am also planning to launch a mobile birth registration app in Nigeria. And I do not think a full fled open source business model is sustainable anymore, at least for startups
could you check my idea and help me shape my thinking?

July 5, 2016 23:29

This low cost WASH project is good for entry into African market. since your project intends to create more jobs for unemployed, why is your sustainability approach coined from a not-for profit model? Could you evaluate the cost of producing one of this portable shower-Latrines, as a basis to determine the product market price and sustainability for the poor households adoption?

June 20, 2016 12:36

Hi, your ongoing project idea & plans is unique from the angle of culture and visual art. in fact, if u can find business partners who share your vision, you will make impact.
i would like to suggest that u setup a project team to be led by your mission statement & a clear roadmap. this approach will help u to balance school workload and planned business activities on a sustainable basis

June 10, 2016 19:25

A mind blowing idea with potentials to liberate Uganda youth.
well, since your concept of YDB follow principle of Islamic banking and non interest loan model. how do intend to find profit, since banking licence is not offered to individual that do not have high net worth or credit status in most country?

have also acquired the necessary assets to offer loan services to youth or and will your operations be NGO model or for-profit entity registered with the central bank of Uganda?

June 9, 2016 11:56

thumbs up for this bold action and sustainable business idea. indeed a low cost solution to control Cholera.

yet did you envisage that existing businesses offering bottle water services may likely lose their livelihood? that means a negative impact on competitor side, which can open up business risk or threat to operations. from an economic and social impacts viewpoint, how do you intend to tackle this potential tension?

June 9, 2016 11:54

thumbs up for this bold action and sustainable business idea. indeed a low cost solution to control Cholera.

yet did you envisage that existing businesses offering bottle water services may likely lot their livelihood? that means a negative impact on competitor side, which can open up business risk or threat to operations. from an economic and social impacts viewpoint, how do you intend to tackle this potential tension?

Comment on: AGE EDUCATIONAL LOAN
June 8, 2016 11:39

This is a brilliant concept, especially if you are able to establish a nexus or relationship between Age and sustainable development.
Is it possible for the Age Edu Loan concept to be made to follow an asset based community development (ABCD) approach, compared to a need based approach which rely on donor fund as the only technique used towards financing poverty-reduction programs in Africa?
In ABCD technique, the people's skills are mapped as reliable asset in relation to age group. this can help you locate what specific asset to provide loan for, on a sustainable basis.