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Fellow wins Agribusiness of the Year Award

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2013 Tutu Fellow Monica Musonda has won the 2017 African Agribusiness of the Year Award.  The African Agribusiness Entrepreneur of the Year Award recognizes entrepreneurs who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in agricultural input and value-added industries, serving food and fiber production in Africa. The award is conferred by Market Matters every year to an agribusiness entrepreneur whose efforts have made a outstanding positive impact on African rural communities.

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Tutu Fellow nominated for Peacemaking Award

Tutu Fellow nominated for Peacemaking Award

2016 Tutu Fellow Andre Hilton Ross has been nominated for the 2016 Marsh Award for peacemaking and peacekeeping. The Marsh Award recognises individuals from outside the UK who are making an innovative difference to areas of conflict and peacemaking. Ross was shortlisted as a nominee for his work as Co-Founder and Chairperson of the Jala Peo Foundation and his role in using sport for development as a catalyst for change.

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Tutu Fellow awarded Commonwealth 2015 Youth Worker of the Year

Tutu Fellow awarded Commonwealth 2015 Youth Worker of the Year

The 2011 Tutu Fellow Victor Ochen has been named Commonwealth Youth Worker of the Year for 2015.  The award was announced at a ceremony in London on 5 November 2015.  Ochen and his organization, AYINET, was one of five outstanding youth workers recognised by the Commonwealth for their efforts to support young people in building peace.  Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma said: "The contribution of youth workers is vital to community cohesion and nation building. Their impact on individual development and public wellbeing is beyond measure – but not beyond recognition."

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James Mworia wins East Africa Businessman of the Year Award

James Mworia wins East Africa Businessman of the Year Award

2012 Tutu Fellow James Mworia is the 2015 AABLA East Africa Business Person of the Year.  AABLA is short for All African Business Leaders Awards.  The award celebrates a commitment to excellence and continued innovation in business practice and strategy.  Mworia beat four other contenders, all leading business people in their own right, for the award.  The finalists are vetted by a panel of judges drawn from across different fields in business and a key criteria used is transformational leadership on the continent.

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