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The tyranny of poverty: Why foreign aid has failed to bail African countries from the prison of poverty
The concept of poverty has dominated the agenda of international development discourses for the…
Of invisible scars unveiled: A call for psychosocial support to survivors of sexual violence in Uganda’s conflict-affected areas.
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This paper argues that for graduates of the education system to be able to meet the demands of job creation and be competitive in a globalised economy, more attention needs to be paid towards soft skills such as critical thinking, questioning, problem solving, negotiation, people management, collaboration and communication.