Investing in the Future October 2009

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Boosting the women of Malawi
Boosting the women of Malawi
The judges praised Kaliya's role in helping to ensure that women's rights are being successfully achieved in an increasing number of countries across
'A prophet in the eyes of many'
'A prophet in the eyes of many'
The Drivers of Change judges commended Dowling for his outspoken criticism of human rights abuses and abject poverty.
A man of the people
A man of the people
The judges applauded the archbishop for his tireless efforts to drive change in the way leadership is exercised in Africa.
Going against the grain
Going against the grain
“He has demonstrated visionary yet practical effort, working with all sectors of the society to propel Malawi into a bright new era of hope,”
From Africa with love
From Africa with love
The African Toyshop applies the principles of fair trade, which means that toy-makers are paid their asking price or more.
Where farmers are grown
Where farmers are grown
The Drivers of Change judges described TechnoServe as an “excellent example of how business development can overcome poverty”.
A man of many talents
A man of many talents
Benjamin Mkapa, former president of Tanzania, delivered the keynote address at this year's awards banquet on October 29.
Tourism's fair game
Tourism's fair game
The Drivers of Change judges praised FTTSA's certification programme, commenting that it was an innovative facility...
Beefing up the meat markets
Beefing up the meat markets
The Drivers of Change judges described it as “an amazing project, with a direct impact on the lives of community farmers in the Eastern Cape”.

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