Pakistan’s committed rural development leader, who brought the farmers’ cooperative approach to rural development in disaster prone impoverished areas, encouraging farmers to organize into a federation initiating significant projects.
An Indian entrepreneur known for his contributions to the dairy industry of India.
The first woman in Korea to receive a PhD in 1931 who founded the daily Korean newspaper, The Korea Times.
An Indian social entrepreneur who is known as the Father of White Revolution in India for his Operation Flood, the world's largest agricultural development programme.
The founder of the Kaira District Co-operative Milk Producers' Union in 1946, and later the Amul co-operative movement in Anand, Gujarat, India.
An American volunteer group that reaffirms the essential community of interest of all ordinary people, regardless of creed or nationality