Coulibaly is an administrator for the NGO Association of Awakening to Sustainable Development and due to his passion and experience he is also an ASSAR champion!
Samuel Mutabari is the headmaster of a primary school in the small village of Kachiuru in Kenya, he's also an ASSAR champion!
Stanislaus Nasaal, Projects Manager of the Nandom Deanery Integrated Rural Development Programme in Ghana, has been with ASSAR since the beginning. Read about why he is a champion.
Miss Lerato Sebola is the Assistant District Commissioner stationed at Bobonong, read why we think she is an ASSAR Champion!
Julia Davis tells the story of Malakia and why his work in Namibia's Omusati Region makes him an ASSAR Champion.
We take a look at what Mr Shivshankar, from Mysore Resettlement and Development Authority, has learnt over 15 years working as a programme officer for Kolar, a district in India.
Prof Pradeep Purandare looks at wise and participatory water management in Maharashtra, India.
Daniel Morchain from OXFAM looks at new leadership in the age of climate neuroticism and what is means.
Read the Making of an ASSAR Champion featured in September's Spotlight on Champions.
This month's Spotlight looks at the Champions that make ASSAR work!
This postdoc is part of an AXA funded project on Urban governance for resilience in the global South. The postition in based at the University of Cape Town.
Ritwika Basu from (IIHS) visited Daniel Morchain at Oxfam in the UK as part of the ASSAR Small Opportunities Grant (SOG). Together they explored corporate social responsibility, the private sector and development planning and represented their first findings in an exciting comic strip.