Africa and the Middle East
A female Korrigane from Brittany, France decided to research African and Middle East scientists. She asked an Aziza from West Africa to help her and Kwaku Anansi's wife also wanted to help from Ghana.
Wangari was the first female veterinary science professor in Kenya and also was the first African female recipient of the Noble Peace Prize. She started and led the Green Belt Movement which aims to act against deforestation. She passed away in 2011 but more than thirty million trees have been planted thanks to her.
Dr Patricia was educated in the UK and is now a Director for a clinic in Ghana that helps pregnant women with the HIV virus.