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Over the last decade, Desire has turned the traditional activity of beekeeping into a modern, vib
Dr Dakuyo is bringing traditional medicine out from the shade towards the light by organising it
Salfo encourages the emergence of class of farmers who are open to the changes and ready to meet
Rasmané facilitates communication and cohesion needed between actors for a better valorization of
Blandine is transforming the image of the most marginalized women in extreme poverty through econ
Leon is combatting extreme poverty and improving health levels by modernizing milk production.by
Simon Kabore empowers society to promote patients’ rights and dignified health care.
Born in the capital and frustrated with the lack of employment options there, Rene Christophe mov
In a context where farmers’ inability to store produce after harvest unnecessarily leads to a “hu
Katrin has created a farm school that offers uneducated or insufficiently educated rural boys –th
Throughout Central Africa, populations speak multiple languages and dialects to communicate in th
The southern frontier of the Sahel desert arcs across southern Mauritania, north and western Sene
Sylvestre Ouedraogo is leading a Burkina-based regional movement to use information technology to
Antoine has created Association Wouol, the first regional-scale, commercial hybrid value chain th
Guilla Gifty is facilitating small farming families to become more self-aware by guiding them to
While numerous efforts have been made to respond to the spread of HIV/AIDS in Burkina Faso, most
In 2001, Bagnomboé Bakiono created the African Network for Youth Health and Development in Burkin
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