Father Anselm Adodo receives prestigious Da Vinci Community Services Award for his work on Integral Healing, via Integral Enterprise-in-Community
14 September 2017: For his innovation, resulting from his participation in the Trans4m Da Vinci PhD Program for Integral Development, Trans4m Senior Fellow Father Anselm was awarded in South Africa with the Da Vinci Community Services Award.
The Da Vinci Community Services Award is introduced as follows: ‘This award recognises students who demonstrate a commitment towards community involvement and who have included community activities into their learning and research.”
Father Anselm‘s research-to-innovation has impacted thousands of members of his rural Ewu Community, Edo State, Nigeria, and is now translated into a Masters Program on Transformation Management in Africa – in cooperation with Nigeria’s Ibadan University and Trans4m. The program is geared towards developing African agents of transformation, and their communities – hence being one of the first fully community oriented programs in Africa. A number of Trans4m Fellows and Senior Fellows is likely to participate by contributing their own integral knowledge base to the program.
More on Father Anselm’s innovative work on Integral Healing, which has given rise to a new book on Integral Community Enterprise, can be found here.