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Dialia Keita

Ashoka Fellow since juil 2009

More than two million Malian are emigrants (Coumba: does that mean there are two million Malians out of a total population of x million that currently live abroad?). They leave for neighboring countries (Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire), but also to the Congo and Europe, especially to France, Spain, and... Lire la suite
Andrew aims to transforming global eye care delivery systems by leveraging existing resourcing, building local capacities, and developing tools to increase efficiencies in screening, diagnosis, and ultimately treatment. Lire la suite
Georgette teaches Burkinabe how to obtain official papers such as identity cards, marriage licenses, and birth certificates and works with local authorities to improve public access to these documents. Lire la suite

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Frank Hoffmann

Ashoka Fellow since juil 2010

Dr. Frank Hoffmann pioneers a diagnostically superior, personal, low-cost breast examination method by training blind people as skilled diagnosticians. Frank’s approach integrates them into the primary health care infrastructure, while enhancing women’s health care experience and opening an entirely... Lire la suite

Marwa El-Daly

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2008

Marwa El-Daly is generating sustainable resources for development by reviving and modernizing the traditional model of giving and local resource mobilization known as waqf. Marwa’s community-led trust, Waqfeya, shifts the giving paradigm from charity to development and from external to internal... Lire la suite
Marie is working to overcome and knocking down gender stereotypes barriers. She is empowering girls to allow themselves to dream with no bias like their male counterparts. She does this through innovative training and active learning experiences that engage young girls, young male teenagers, schools... Lire la suite

Simona Sinesi

Ashoka Fellow since fév 2019

Never Give Up transforms how young people, families and communities (teachers, peers, health care professionals and institutions) understand and respond to eating disorders, de-stigmatizing an issue buried in Italian society. Simultaneously it is changing the way treatment is accessed and offered,... Lire la suite

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Emily May

Ashoka Fellow since jan 2014

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