In Guinea-Bissau, women’s collectives and community organizations are fighting climate change through the way they produce and prepare food.
In October 2021, the Sudanese military seized control of the country’s government.
Tiniguena has preserved tropical forest by supporting a network of community forest led by local people.
Across the globe, a new generation of activists is engaging to help rebuild and reshape our world, infusing movements for change with fresh energy and ideas.
Augusta Henriques cofounded Tiniguena, whose name means “this land is ours,” to help Bissau-Guineans steward their country’s rich natural and cultural resources.
Asha is the director of the Sudanese Organization for Research and Development (SORD).
Co-founder of Tiniguena, she devoted her life to working for social change and peace in her country.
TWN-Africa is one of Africa’s leading policy organizations on economic justice and mining.