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New Book on Moral Capital Available

New book available on moral capital titled BIOETHICS AS MORAL CAPITAL: MIND BUILDING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND PROFESSIONALISM written by Professor Joseph Mfutso-Bengo. The book is meant to promote professionalism, integrity, sustainable development using Umunthuology framework. This book is easy to read and very relevant to Malawian context. This text book is meant for educators, students, professional in health and non health sectors, for managers and leaders. The usual price is 55.9 Euros. Those who wish to buy this book at a discounted rate of 40 Euros can do so through  Professor Joseph Mfutso-Bengo (0999957805 email mfutsobengo@medcol.mw). The discounted is available until 13th May 2016. Below is the summary of the book. please forward to those who are interested in the topic.

Bioethics is moral capital. Many countries have been investing their resources in knowledge and skills development (human capital) only,
while ignoring right attitude (value-based learning and character formation).This book gives practical guidance on the use of bioethics in evidence and value based decision-making process and mind-building. From African umunthuology moral principle the author develops the KAS model for sustainable professionalism. Author proposes Moral Capital Index, LEGS framework (leadership, ethics, governance and systems) for policy implementation and advocates for moral transformation pedagogy in Malawi and other African countries in order to benefit from moral capital dividend. Moral capital is the basis for sustainable professionalism and development, nationally and globally. Failure to invest in moral capital is costly in terms of containment costs, moral hazards, corruption, inequity and loss of competitiveness. In the modern world where the knowledge gap is narrowing through ICT countries and individuals will gain comparative advantage through moral capital. Therefore moral capital education and mind-building are necessary building blocks for a resilient, growing economy.