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Since it was founded in 2003, Good African Coffee has helped thousand of farmers earn a decent living, send their children to school and escape a spiral of debt and dependence. Africa has received over $1 trillion in aid over the last fifty years and yet despite these huge inflows, the continent remains mired in poverty, disease and systemic corruption. In A Good African Story, Andrew Rugasira argues that trade has achieved what years of aid failed to deliver, and has provided a tantalizing glimpse of what Africa could be.
As he recounts the very personal story of his company and the challenges that he has faced – and – overcome – as an African entrepreneur, Rugasira discusses the barriers that currently prevent fair and equal trade between African and the rest of the world. He sets out the arguments for building a sustainable trade framework and reducing dependency on handouts. And he builds up a manifesto for a revolution in the way that Africa is perceived.
₦6,700.00Book Author : Andrew RugasiraPublisher : Evans & Co.
ThingsWhat do our possessions say about us Why do we project such meaning onto themOnly after her mothers death does Susannah Walker discover how much of a hoarder she had become. Over the following months, she has to sort through a dilapidated house filled to the brim with rubbish and treasures, in search of a woman she’d never really known or understood in life.
₦4,000.00Book Author : Donald HoffmanPublisher : Chris Morgan
Jim Ovia’s entrepreneurial flair demystifies Africa. Africa Rise and Shine shows his meteoric rise from humble beginnings to building a formidable bank. This is a wonderful African success story. ( Sir Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Group, Investor and Philanthropist).
Africa Rise and Shine lays bare the secrets to Zenith Bank’s success from one of Nigeria’s most respected businessmen. Jim’s inspirational tale of success against all odds is an important lesson of how adversity can be surmounted. This book is an essential read for anyone that wants to do business in Africa. (Aliko Dangote, Founder and President of Dangote Group of Companies).
₦4,300.00Book Author : Jim OviaPublisher : Evans & Co.
Absolutely fascinating. She writes with admirable honesty It is a book I know I shall read again Ruth Hogan, author of The Keeper of Lost ThingsWhat do our possessions say about us Why do we project such meaning onto themOnly after her mothers death does Susannah Walker discover how much of a hoarder she had become. Over the following months, she has to sort through a dilapidated house filled to the brim with rubbish and treasures, in search of a woman she’d never really known or understood in life. This is her last chance to piece together her mothers story and make sense of their troubled relationship. What emerges from the mess of scattered papers, discarded photographs and an extraordinary amount of stuff is the history of a sad and fractured family, haunted by dead children, divorce and alcohol.The Life of Stuff is a deeply personal memoir about mourning and the shoring up of possessions against the losses and griefs of life, which also raises universal questions about what makes us the people we are.
₦2,300.00Book Author : Bollie PatriciaPublisher : Evans & Co.