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Betty Agujiobi is combating widespread adult illiteracy by introducing a needs-based approach that is effective and flexible, and that allows learners to acquire practical skills at their own pace. Lire la suite

Sam Agutu

Ashoka Fellow since oct 2012

The majority of Kenyans do not have access to health insurance due to prohibitive pricing and an outdated coverage model that predominantly caters to formally employed individuals. Sam Agutu is revolutionizing the health insurance industry by leveraging mobile technology platforms to allow... Lire la suite

Regina Agyare

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2014

Regina Agyare is bringing women and girls in Ghana into the ICT space by providing them with the role models and tools to change them from consumers to creators of technology. Lire la suite
Shafqat Munir Ahmad has introduced the notion of social responsibility to journalists in Pakistan, in an effort to increase the amount of space devoted to pressing social concerns. He has established several research centers dedicated to democratic governance, women and children’s rights,... Lire la suite

Ejaj Ahmad

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2015

To combat the lack of social mobility in Bangladesh, Ejaj has identified segregated schools as a root cause of this stratification. Ejaj is developing a new generation of youth leaders from diverse sections of society, who are working towards social cohesion and change in their country. Lire la suite

Saifuddin Ahmed

Ashoka Fellow since mar 2015

Saifuddin’s vision of a liveable city is one that prioritises the environment, public and road safety and basic rights of general public. He believes that a living space is most effective when all these areas integrate to ensure that the public are provided with a safe, healthy and free living... Lire la suite

Jamil Ahmed

Ashoka Fellow since déc 1992

Jamil Ahmed, a theater activist, seeks, through children’s games and simple theater performance, to help poor working children realize that their lives can be creative and meaningful, that the world is changeable, and that human beings are the ones who change it. Lire la suite

Shale Ahmed

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2008

Shale Ahmed is working for the establishment of health and human rights for Bangladesh’s Kothi, transgender, and ‘men who have sex with men’ (MSM) communities. In a country where men with homosexual preferences and/or feminized behavior and dress are not considered citizens by either the public or... Lire la suite

Shakil Ahmed

Ashoka Fellow since jan 2002

Armed with a formal legal education, Shakil Ahmed is making Mumbai's (Bombay) municipal government more accountable to its citizens by calling attention to the corruption and brutality that poor Indians suffer at its hands. Lire la suite

Matin Ahmed

Ashoka Fellow since juin 2003

Matin Ahmed is equipping young people in Bangladesh with a combination of English and computer skills so that they can effectively compete for jobs in the marketplace. Lire la suite