Winners

Award for Civil society – 2013

Rwanda

Association "Modeste et Innocent"

Tags: genocide, reconciliation, ubuntu, forgiveness.

« I wish to see a society which is full of ubuntu, a society that has some charity. »

« Peace cannot be achieved in a society where the human being does not feel it in himself. »

Read more: Laurien Ntezimana

Award for Civil society – 2013

Burkina Faso

Youth centre of cultures and associations (Maison des jeunes, des cultures et des associations - MJCA)

Tags: participation, solidarity, street life, accounting.

« I dream of a society taking its destiny in its own hands. »

« Working with local people allows each of them to express her/his talents because the centre is a space for sharing ideas and it is an opportunity for each of us to have a voice. »

Read more: Yasmina El Alaoui

Award for entrepreneurship – 2013

Benin

API-Palu

Tags: malaria, medicament, tradition, industry.

« My dream is to see the four corners of Africa using the local resources for developing local transformation industries. »

« The impossible becomes possible when the human being courageous enough and dare to reach farther beyond his imagination. »

Read more: Valentin Achidi Agon

Award for Local leadership – 2013

Madagascar

association FIOMBONANTSOA – « Stones are valuable resources for women in the rural Madagascar »

Tags: carrier, development, micro-credit.

« Wealth can only be made where people live. And, everyone can be an actor of the change and contribute to the improvement of local conditions. »

« All suggestions help to de-construct the taboos. »

Read more: Noëline Razanadrakoto

Honorary award – 2013

Madagascar

Support to parenthood

Tags: parents, education, school.

Instead of taking families to have given up, Juana suggests to consider the hard conditions of the communities where they live.

« Parenthood is the best career because it creates the future generations and allows them to become responsible citizens. »

Read more: Juana Ventsohantaina Hellia

Honorary award – 2013

Rwanda

Amakaramizero

Tags: recycling, bio-energy, empowerment.

« I dream of a society that is free of discrimination. »

« I wanted Rwandan women to have the same chances as men in regard to the participation in local development. »

Read more: Florida Mukarubuga

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  • 2014

    There will be no Harubuntu international prize in 2014. After six years of hardship, passionate and intense activities the Harubuntu team has taken a break for evaluating the work it has been doing.

     

    However, an initiative for a specific edition of Harubuntu will take place in the only country of Ivory Coast.

     

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  • Winners 2013: videos are online

    Video presentation of the winners in 2013 are finally online. Visit the Press section!

     
  • Harubuntu awards 2013

    The award-giving ceremony will take place in Brussels on December 6th at the end of a two days workshop on ownership: "Ownership in progress: two days to share our tools and experiences". Congratulations to Yasmina El Alaoui, Laurien Ntezimana, Noëline Razanadrakoto, Achidi Valentin Agon, Juana Vetsohantaina Hellia and Florida Makarubuga.

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