Sarah Nuedling has a background in Geography (Diplom) and has more than 15 year of experience working as a consultant and facilitator in the in the field of education for sustainable development and global citizenship education. For organizations interested in exploring issues of planetary well being she designs innovate learning processes and co-creative settings that bridge social and ecological justice work, education and personal development.

Currently she is working in teachers training at University of Leuphana, Lüneburg as well as advising and facilitating various networks on the implementation of education for sustainable development in schools and teacher training. She has worked with international school partnerships with the ENSA Programm and organized international (youth) conferences, also on the topic of climate justice. She is a trained mediator and facilitates multi-stakeholder meetings and dialogue processes within cross-sectoral and culturally diverse networks and settings.

Together with Yusuph Masanja she coordinates the professional exchange between Dar Es Salaam and Hamburg.  

Find more on her work here (in German) and Salto Youth trainer network

Yusuph Masanja, one of the directors of SANA. Mr. Masanja has qualifications on projects planning and management, non-profit consultancy, curriculum designs, experiential learning facilitation, cross cultural exchanges and visual storytelling, practical permaculture designing. He has worked as the Country Coordinator for Arigatou International/GNRC and the Jane Goodall Institute in Dar es Salaam. He took part in the various trainings, among them: Grassroots Leadership/GATHER – Goldin Institute, Transformative Leadership Young African Leaders Initiative YALI, Design Thinking/Blue Sky Innovation – Nairobi, Certified Peace Ambassador/The Shift Network. He recently voyaged to the Arctic Cycle for a Climate Change expedition in the Leadership on the Edge training. Yusuph also co-founded the Tuko Pamoja project which took place between Hamburg and Dar es Salaam in 2018 and 2019.

Darin Wahl is a PhD candidate at the Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies. He holds a master’s in Social Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development from the Stockholm Resilience Centre; a master’s in Teaching from Smith College; and a bachelor’s in Intercultural Relations from Warren Wilson College. His work centers around how individual and societal change happens, focusing on how processes of learning and knowledge development can lead to transitions to sustainable pathways.

Find more on his work here: Darin`s Linkedin Profile