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Wealth Creation and Cohesive Living: Strategies for Linkage, Intermediation and Opportunities for Sustainable Living in Developing Societies Africa

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dc.contributor.author Wandera, M.
dc.contributor.author Indika, J.
dc.date.accessioned 2022-06-09T12:09:49Z
dc.date.available 2022-06-09T12:09:49Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.citation Wandera, M., & Indika, J. (2019). WEALTH CREATION AND COHESIVE LIVING: STRATEGIES FOR LINKAGE, INTERMEDIATION AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING IN DEVELOPING SOCIETIES AFRICA. African Journal of Co-Operative Development and Technology, 2(1), 56-72. Retrieved from https://journals.cuk.ac.ke/index.php/12/article/view/25 en_US
dc.identifier.issn Online ISSN: 2708 - 6534
dc.identifier.issn Print ISSN: 2411 - 6645
dc.identifier.uri http://localhost:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/712
dc.description A research article published in The African Journal of Co-operative Development and Technology en_US
dc.description.abstract Wealth creation is as old as civilization. All societies have modes, methods in wealth creation and sustainable living in the sustainable development agenda. Dynamics in society require partnerships, cooperation and benchmarking to enhance equity, cohesion and intermediations. This study sought to examine wealth creation methods and how it can achieve sustainable livelihoods in the sustainable development agenda as its objective in creating cohesion in societies. The study used decomposed th eory of planned behavior and through the use of descriptive case surveys of developing societies as its methodology. Strategies and how they are linked have been drawn from population surveys of six (6) global regions, as in Europe; comprising Italian two - earner couples, while in Greek Cooperatives there has been enhanced creation of wealth and maintenance of cohesion in the Co - operatives. In Tunisia risk taking behavior and risk of insolvency is also mentioned, just as in the U.S.A the value of employee d uring financial crisis as well as outcomes of medical bankruptcy have been mentioned on wealth created. In Asia and the Asia - Pacific region, mainly, Sri Lanka, equivalence scales based on urban, rural and estates have also enhanced scales to reduce gaps wh ile managing social equilibrium. In Malaysia there are family takaful schemes while in Australia Prawn fishery businesses just like Taiwanese stock besides viimsi people in Estonia. Further mention is from Islamic wealth schemes, on ethical microfinance an d risk taking behavior in West Africa as well global soap project in the previous Ebola prone regions of Africa, besides in Sub - Saharan Africa (SSA), as with Black South African projects involving the Magopa people and roles of social finance in mobile ban king in Kenya has also been included. The best lessons have been discussed and emphasized as a way to enhance broader cohesion, linkage intermediation. The study has recommended techniques for adoption in Kenya in wealth creation strategies. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher The Co-operative University of Kenya en_US
dc.subject Cohesive living en_US
dc.subject Developing societies Africa en_US
dc.subject Strategic linkage en_US
dc.subject Wealth creation en_US
dc.title Wealth Creation and Cohesive Living: Strategies for Linkage, Intermediation and Opportunities for Sustainable Living in Developing Societies Africa en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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