Thanks to Ashoka, I realized that I belong to a large network of people who in their own way, are working to make this world better. Although we do not see each other often, I feel the fraternity between members who are part of this network,  and this is very precious to me. I know I am not alone.

Ashoka has allowed me to dedicate myself entirely to the development and the growth of Wapikoni Mobile with a free spirit. And Wapikoni is really flying on its own now.  Happy anniversary to Ashoka, and all my gratitude.



This article was originally published on 27 June 2011
Related TopicsSocial enterprise, Business & Social Enterprise, Social Entrepreneurship

Manon Barbeau
This story was submitted to the Ashoka 30th Birthday Card by Manon Barbeau, who founded Wapikoni Mobile and became an Ashoka Fellow from Canada in 2009.

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