2010

Award for Entrepreneurship – 2010

Mali

Ndomo, Social entreprise

Tags: education, employment, entrepreneurship, participative management, tradition

«Can the traditional ceremonies of initiation give answers to the modern challenges that people meet at the work market?»

«Our way of valuing traditional values pays. It is no use to copy and paste everything from the West, we’d rather adapt our values to this changing World.»

[INTERVIEW AFRIK.COM (FR)] [VIDEO NGO-TV (FR)]

Award for Civil Society – 2010

Congo Brazzaville

Come and See and support people who can not see

Tags: handicap, education, integration, employment, appreciation

«People who are blind are often seen as the “rest” of the society. Alphabetization programs are developed in this project to support the many people who are blind in their social and financial integration.»

«We can do everything but it is important to seed the grain of hope for people who, in the society, are treated as the "rest" and incapable. And by doing this we do not expect anything in return, neither from the blinds themselves nor from their families.»

[INTERVIEW AFRIK.COM (FR)] [VIDEO NGO-TV (FR)]

Honorary prize – 2010

Burkina Faso

APFG and Aliniha for the promotion of gender

Tags: women, awareness raising, local development, education, appreciation

«The objective of Aliniha empowers poor women for some leadership because their contribution to social change in their community is necessary.»

«My approach is to make poor women get aware of their capability and responsibility to boosting the necessary dynamics for the social transformation.»

[INTERVIEW AFRIK.COM (FR)] [VIDEO NGO-TV (FR)]

Honorary prize – 2010

Congregation of the Salesian Sisters - Zambia

Changamuka, a cooperative for poor women

Tags: entrepreneurship, participative management, poverty, women, awareness raising

«To all people who benefit from her support, she reminds that none of them is poor.»

«We have no money but we have the commitment to create the wealth and to sell the products.»

[INTERVIEW AFRIK.COM (FR)] [VIDEO NGO-TV (FR)]

Honorary prize – 2010

Chad

Chadian Association for non-violence

Tags: awareness raising, non violence, theatre, conflicts, traditions

«From the civil war of the 1979, sheepherders and farmers are often in conflict. Our Chadian Association for non-violence tries to use art and theater to solve this problem».

«Traditions in Africa and in Chad are based on oral communication. People are then used to think deep on what is said and played. Our sayings allow to communicate to the youth within the traditions. A theater empowers them therefore to self introspect on their daily deed.»

[INTERVIEW AFRIK.COM (FR)] [VIDEO NGO-TV (FR)]

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