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2016’s Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize winner: South Africa’s Bhekinkosi Moyo

15 November 2016
Alliance magazine

It is with great pleasure and pride that we can now announce the winner of the fourth Olga Alexeeva Memorial Prize: Bhekinkosi Moyo, executive director of the Southern Africa Trust and chair of the Africa Philanthropy Network. Bheki has contributed greatly to building stronger participation and more horizontal processes around philanthropic efforts in Africa, both through his direct interventions and through his academic and knowledge achievements. In choosing Bheki Moyo, the judges commented on ‘his …

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Meet the final candidate for this year’s Olga Prize – Maria Amalia Souza from Brazil

13 November 2016
Alliance magazine

About Amalia Souza Founded in 2006, CASA is a collective effort that Amalia Souza’s 30‑plus years in the field helped to shape into a unique philanthropic model. Its purpose is to enable funding to reach the communities most affected by the social and environmental challenges in South America. CASA was the first, and is still the only, South American socio‑environmental fund started and run by South Americans. It was set up to have a solid …

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Meet this year’s penultimate Olga Prize finalist – Bhekinkosi Moyo from South Africa

12 November 2016
Alliance magazine

About Bhekinkosi Moyo Bhekinkosi Moyo is executive director of the Southern Africa Trust and chair of the Africa Philanthropy Network. …

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Meet Singapore’s Laurence Lien – the fifth of this year’s Olga Prize finalists

11 November 2016
Alliance magazine

About Laurence Lien Laurence Lien combines a number of roles in the philanthropic infrastructure of Singapore and of Asia generally. …

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Meet the fourth of this year’s Olga Prize finalists – Neville Gabriel from South Africa

10 November 2016
Alliance magazine

About Neville Gabriel Neville Gabriel is executive director of the Other Foundation, an African trust dedicated to advancing human rights …