"Words are windows (or they are walls)" Marshall Rosenberg Ahimsa Fund wishes you a happy and healthy New Year 2020!
During the last Ahimsa Forum, which took place in June 2019, a focus was put on Faith Communities and Universal Health Coverage. Those two days of reflexion has been introduced by a presentation of the WHO Handbook on social [...]
When we talk of innovation, it is primarily in the context of developed countries, the countries for which it is accessible and that can afford to finance it, as innovation can be expensive. Innovation is based on significant profits [...]
One of Ahimsa’s clearest messages is also the simplest: the potential power of partnership, cooperation and networking. It is a message important in all of Ahimsa’s work, but perhaps most obviously when addressing difficult questions of accessibility: how to [...]
During my visit to Kenya and participation to the 2018 TBN Conference, March 2018, we saw that a much greater emphasis needs to be given to the part that business and enterprise can play in reducing poverty. Aids through [...]
I have the pleasure to announce DIHAD 2018, organized by our friend Ambassador Gerhard J.W. Putman-Cramer, from March 5 to 7, 2018, in Dubai, on the theme "Sustainability of Emergency Aid" and concerning the intensifying search for the appropriate [...]
During the event’s closing night, Michael Møller (Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva) introduced the ‘Path to inspiration’, inviting three young students to describe their vision of the world as they see it today, as well as their hopes for the future.
Marguerite Barankitse, known as Maggy, paid a visit to Lyon in October 2017 for two remarkable meetings
Carry on – with fire in your belly and buckets of water to share Linda Mafu is Head Political, Civil Society Advocacy, Global Fund “The fire in your belly must be greater than the fire out there,” Linda Mafu [...]