"Introduction to Anthroposophy and Nature Observation" Pediatrician and Waldorf School Doctor. From 1988 to 2016 , she was the Head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum, School of Spiritual Science in Dornach, Switzerland. She is a co-founder of the Alliance for Childhood and the European Alliance of Initiatives for Applied Anthroposophy/ELIANT. Publications in English: Corona and the Human Heart; A Waldorf Guide to Child Health; Education for the Future; The Dignity of the Young Child; Ethical Considerations in Medicine; Education – Health for Life; Education as Preventive Medicine; Medicine at the Threshold; A Healing Education; Developmental Insights; Truth, Beauty and Goodness; The Future of Education, Healing Arts and Health Care" a.o.
"Eurythmy: Movement Exercises" I work in Cape Town as a lecturer of Educational Eurythmy at the Kairos Eurythmy Training. I teach workshop sessions at conferences and since 2004 have facilitated a regular weekly class for adults in Cape Town. My love for children led me to teach eurythmy in a number of schools in Cape Town and currently I teach the children at the Starseed Community school in Muizenberg. In 2019, I attended the Waldorf 100 / East Africa 30 celebrations at the Mbagathi Waldorf School in Nairobi where I worked with a group of Primary School children to present eurythmy and I led a eurythmy workshop. I look forward to welcoming you to the morning eurythmy sessions where we experience the potency of community.
"Healthy Soil, Healthy Food, Healthy Human Beings" Born in Germany, visited the Waldorf School Biodynamic Agriculture education in Germany Since 1982 in Sekem/Egypt, Desert Reclamation, Composting, Animal Husbandry, Cultivation of Medicinal Plants and others, Tree Planting for Carbon Sequestration I am the manager of the Egyptian Biodynamic Association; we make the Biodynamic Preparations for all Egyptian Demeter farmers and give training in organic and biodynamic farming.
"Climate Change" Proscovia is female Ugandan, 60 years old, a mother and grandmother. She is an Agriculturalist by profession, working with a Non Governmental Organization called SODI (Skills Oriented Development Initiative in Mpigi district. She has worked with farmers since 1990, specifically doing training an field extension. she has good knowledge of environmental protection, organic farming and value addition on farm produce. In SODI she is the Agricultural co-ordinator and currently working with over 1030 small holder farmers. Looking forward to sharing knowledge and experience with all participant's of AAAT conference.
Dr. med. Friedemann Schad
"Climate Change" Dr. med. Friedemann Schad is specialized in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and Anthroposophic Medicine. His focus is GI-Oncology, integrative supportive care and clinical research. He serves as the Head of the Department of Interdisciplinary Oncology and Palliative Care and the Center of Oncology at the Gemeinschaftskrankenhaus Havelhöhe, Berlin and as a member of the hospital management.
"Child Development" A Waldorf enthusiastic kindergarten teacher and mentor working at the Nairobi Waldorf school trust. Embraced the art of story telling and curative education in the guiding principles of Rudolf Steiner that Education is an 'Art'. A core member of AAAT All African Anthroposophic Training.
"Child Development Milly Mbabazi is a Ugandan female she is a teacher by profession. She has an experience of 18 years working with children of age 4 to 15 years. Currently, she is working with Hidden Glory kindergarten and primary school found in Luweero district. She is looking forward to exchanging ideas from all the colleagues and get new friends.
"Exploring the Art of Community Building in Africa" He has been engaged in working towards social transformation by building closer connections between communities and schools. With 25 years of experience in social work, he has fostered the planting of new trees and forests, as well as sustainable income approaches.
"Exploring the Art of Community Building in Africa" Maaianne’s story bridges Europe and Africa in an arc that travels from Copenhagen, where she studied international business, to Zimbabwe, where she co-founded the learning centre, Kufunda. Core to Kufunda’s work is enabling rural communi9es to become strong, empowered agents of their own destiny. At Kufunda this work now includes a growing Waldorf inspired school for the local children, and biodynamic farming. Maaianne’s work in conscious dance, mindfulness, and creative process supports individuals in waking to who they are and what they can be within their communities.
"Midwifery and Nursing" Alexandra Sperling is a midwife and has been working in the anthroposophical hospital Filderklinik in Filderstadt near Stuttgart, Germany for the last 15 years. She is head of the department of the perinatal unit. She is part of the Care 1 group at the medical section of the goetheanum and has worked in the inter professional team of teach the teacher in anthroposophical medicine.
"Youth Parenting and Digitalization in a New Era" Having been a member of the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society in Dornach, Switzerland from 2013 to 2020, I continue to co-ordinate the World Social Initiative Forum, an international project which designs and facilitates spaces for multicultural encounters, to support the unfolding of individual potential and societal change through Anthroposophy-in-dialogue. In addition, I am currently completing an Executive MBA at the Graduate School of Business in Cape Town, focusing on new models and practices of leadership.
"Eurythmy-A Living Art"
"Active Engagement in Community Building" An anthroposophist and committee member of All African Anthroposophical Training - AAAT. She has 20 years of experience & skills from, Sales and Marketing, Media and communication, Human Resources and leadership, management of vulnerable children and Advocacy work for childhood cancer, spina bifida and hydrocephalus and other birth defects. A Political Analyst and Children’s Health Activist, Janet is the founder of Mwanangu Development Tanzania, a local registered NGO in Tanzania to support poor and vulnerable children with cancer and birth defects in Tanzania. We are helping them to access quality medical treatment, care and education through Waldorf principals. A Masters degree holder at the University of Pesoa, Portugal hosted by Open University of Tanzania undertaking International Cooperation and Development. My aspiration is for equal access to education, quality clinical and non-clinical medical services for all children in Tanzania. Currently undertaking East African Teachers Training to become a Kindergarten teacher.