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WASARE means sharing in wolof.
Underdevelopment arises when society gives too much and receives too little or nothing at all fro
Latif Mbengue is shifting education in Senegal from theoretical to practical, hands-on learning.
To tackle the related problems of rural women’s poverty and the unaffordable cost of health care,
Salimata (Saly) is changing the urban Senegalese food culture and putting forward a new nutrition
Wolimata has launched a volunteer women’s movement to firmly place the responsibility, ownership,
Judi is enhancing the impact of health development programs, especially those that target women a
Allan Savory is demonstrating how to reverse desertification of the world’s savannas and grasslan
With a strong focus on youth in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa, Verengai is develop
Faced with the problem of child malnutrition, coupled with the sparse economic resources of the w
Annette was the first professional female journalist in Senegal and over the years has been a str
Hamadou Tidiane Sy is developing a Pan-African corps of independent, investigative journalists to
Through a selection process, training and support programs, Ciré successfully identifies the pote
Ousmane Ndongo is providing the framework for adults with basic literacy in a West African tribal
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Opa Cissokho is providing farmers with incentives to be agents in forest conservation.
Ibrahima Sory Diallo is pioneering a watchdog movement to help ensure that Senegal’s nascent mini
Dumsani Nyoni empowers school teachers and children, renewing their enthusiasm and capacity for t
Betty Makoni is building a new generation of strong, active women citizens.
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