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Yared Fubusa

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2008

Tanzania
Yared Fubusa’s Gombe School of Environment and Society is improving conditions for people and wildlife through education that promotes self-reliance, economic and cultural vitality, human health and peace. Lire la suite

Emmanuel Kallonga

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2008

Tanzania
Emmanuel Kallonga is educating Tanzanian citizens about laws and public policies that affect their livelihoods and well-being, and equipping them with the skills needed to constructively engage with other stakeholders to secure their social and economic rights. Emmanuel is building effective... Lire la suite
A Maasai who grew up in northern Tanzania, Martin Saning'o Kariongi is enabling an economic and social transformation within the Maasai community that will allow this group, and others like it, to secure a place in a rapidly modernizing world. Lire la suite

Lazaro Moringe Parkipuny

Ashoka Fellow since juin 2004

Tanzania
Starting in Maasai land, Moringe is restructuring formal “indigenous” education systems based on African cultural values, a system that passes on skills relevant to the advancement of the Maasai people as equals in East African societies. Lire la suite
Starting in northwestern Tanzania, Joseph Sekiku is improving economic possibilities for small-scale farmers by giving them greater control over their products post-production and greater access to global markets. By doing so he equips farmers to make their own decisions about their business rather... Lire la suite

Bart Weetjens

Ashoka Fellow since aoû 2006

Tanzania
Leftover landmines and explosives threaten more than a third of the world’s countries. They remain active long after hostilities end, causing terror, killing indiscriminately and hampering the development of vulnerable communities.Bart Weetjens has trained Giant Pouched Rats to effectively detect... Lire la suite