In this article, I’d like to take the time to thank all the people who helped me during this project. Many thanks: « Je suis Morgane de vous ! » (Which is a french expression to say I love you)

Faiseur.se.s (Makers)

First of all, I’d like to thank all the Makers (Faiseur.se.s) I have met. I made interviews with some of them. Others left me beautiful winged pictures with hope messages.

Senegal
Delphine Samoura from Kephas Kréations, Emile Badji from Keur Yakaar, Aïsha Conté from Nyara, Philippe Barry from RSE Sénégal, Arame Gueye from Social Change Factory, Sofietou (student at Keur Yakaar) Souleymane Jules Diallo, Sofie Coly and all the team of JIFAfrique.

Ivory Coast
Jean-Patrick Ehouman, Christelle Gnahoui and all the staff of She is the code, Fabien Kahe from Akendewa, Amie Kouame from Ayana Webzine, Lauriane d’Almeida from Empow’’Her, Marie-Gisèle KRA from CMATPHA, Stéphane Atanga from Lori.biz, Raissa Banhoro (Lucie project), Obin Guiako from Baby lab, Awa Caba from Yeesal Agrihub, Leopoldine Tossou from SAWLP.

Thailand
Jin Gee from GEE, Kittikawin Cheecharern (Pong), Paul Apivat HANVONGSE from Learn Education, Pi Nan from Mindfulfram, Paritas Shai from TamDai, Emmanuelle Bourgeois from Fairagora, Maxime Besnier from Very Local Trip, Noémie Sancelme.

Myanmar
Chuu Wai Nyein (engaged artist, painter), Zin Mar Oo from YWCA, Lin Nay Min from MIEP, Yu Yu Myint Than (photographer, journalist at Myanmar Deitta), Ania Muchnicka, Miranda Phua, and the staff of For Her Myanmar.

Laos
Inkeke & Olaf from KuangSi Butterfly Park, Sai Thatsamanee from Fasay Garden, Sarah Grauer from Pony Trekking Vang Vieng, Somsay Anolak from Bamboo Experience, Justine Hericourt from Sae Lao, Kee and Jin, Kaz Lama.

Madagsacar
Malaika Rakotomalala, Caylah (slam poetry, engaged artist), Marie-Christina Kolo and Camille Mortone Ndiva from Green n Kool, Koloina Andriambolason from Teach for Madagascar, the volunteers of Coderdojo/ Coderbus, Virginie Lavenant from l’Aléas des possibles, Erwan Man-Waï from Equitalgue, Mathilde Benramdane from Moringa Wave.

 

EntreFaiseur.se.s (Enablers)

I’d also like to thank all the people who helped me, by putting me into contacts,  by giving me advises, by hosting me or by encouraging me… Those EntreFaiseur.se.s (Enablers) are most of time also fully Makers.

Upstream to or after the travel
First I’d like to thank my friend Caroline whose support and contacts were so precious.

A big cheers to Emmanuel Rezé, Erwan Lefebvre, Gérald Siegl, Vincent Mottez, Cheikh N’diaye and Carolina (Les Moches font du design) for their help or advises concerning design, filmmaking, editing.

Special mention to Joël Brohier and Jacques Bogaert for the relevance of your contacts and the beauty of our exchanges. I also thank Mai-khanh and Olivia, then Céline, Emmanuelle and all my dream team from WoMen’Up, Chloé… for their emotional support and their inspiring power.

Thanks to Louisa Mesnard from W Project, Soazig Barthélemy from Empow’Her, Svenia Busson from Edtechworld, Mahery from Hopineo, Sonia Aoula, Victoria Fontaine and Marie-Caroline Gaymard from Entrepren’Her Tour, all the team of MakeSense (Solene, Violette, Sami, Lucy, Simon, Mamba, Rachel) for their time and the stimulating exchanges. Thanks to Renaud from the Social Bar, Marc Grosser, Guillaume & Mélanie, Anne-Laure, Amine, Pawit, Vivek… to my family of course, who doesn’t always understand what I’m doing but who supports me on her way.

Senegal
My friends Quentin and Absa, Gloria Paraiso-Jossou from RS Consulting, Kevine from MakeSense, Cedric Lombardo, David Roger from Buy Your Way, Camille Lhommeau from Jokkokids, Magatte Camara from Jokkolab, Michel Le Roux.

Ivory Coast
Jean-Marie Keudieu and his mum, Lucie and all villagers from Sogalé, Ilyes and Hugo, Sabine from Bee’s and Mandy from Batidecor, Astrid from OFQJ, Johanna, Pierre-Olivier, and all the team of Africa Web Festival.

Thailand
Isabelle Rivière-Cazaux from Quizzbizz, David, James, Tayron, John and Mathias, Cleia, all the team of Mindfulfarm, aka the Mindfulbananas.

Myanmar
Auriane et Julia from EmpowHer, Julie Garnier, Leopold Bélanger, Olivier Danan, Claire Robaye, Justine Las from CCI France Myanmar, Raphaël.

Laos
Rachel Dechaineux and her husband Somphan, Tasha, Lisa, Karine, Gentiane, William, Romuald.

Madagascar
Benjamin and Léo, Nancie, The Facebook group « Expat Madadagascar », Bruno Jean Emilson.

Thank you from my heart. You don’t know how much you’ve helped, nourished and motivated me to continue the adventure.