Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
I am not a Politician and believe that it is almost impossible for even the highest integrity person to walk the floors of congress to sustain long-term good without a total redesign of congress and us media but at end of 2008 the unique constituencies of Obama seemed so valuable to me- that I ask
1 has he done good for youth in usa or worldwide?
2 has he done good for Africans in Africa?
3 has he done good for African Americans in USA?
4 how has Obama done versus nobel peace prize 2009 expectations?
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I understand the arguments that he first had to turn round many systems that were doing harm but
regarding 1 I don't find a single person around him who gets the gamechangers youth need to create jobs
and writing today regarding 2 - I find his tour of Senegal and s.africa unfortunate because I thought there were so many other issues his biggest trip to Africa could raise than those that happen to be in the news this week
regarding 3 -there is certainly a group of citizens who feel happy /comfy that Obama is leading the country and I would never argue against that right but is any structure being communally changed that will survive beyond 2016?
we would love to hear your views but not from a democratic-republican or vested interest viewpoint - just if you are youth or are in Africa or are a community-worker in black America
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Obama in Africa
good is 7 billion dollar power program but only if green power collaborations are maximized
good is announcing Washington invitation to all heads of Africa in 2014 but only if information linked in with Ibrahim foundation and africa24tv
it seems rather odd that Tanzania has become the safest space for an African president to celebrate - Kenya deserved this most but is apparently no longer politically correct until its new political leader is cleared from legal cases; Rwanda was a country to celebrate us affordable healthcare partners in but apparently its geopolitical neighbours remain unsustainable
we love youth possibilities for south Africa- as world's epicenter of free university - but need more information on whether this nation is doing its collaboration most with African neighbours; we don't wholly understand what impact sengal has on rest of Africa but are happy if sengalese peoples enjoyed obam'as visit
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