Sanga Moses grew up in a small village of his namesake in Southwestern Uganda. He is an entrepreneur who has started a variety of companies in his country. The latest and most successful of his enterprises is Eco-Fuel Africa Limited, an eco-fuel company. He turns bio-waste into cooking fuel for poor Ugandans.

Deforestation is a massive problem for the country and he dreams of having 40 million Africans using his more eco-friendly fuel. Sanga Moses uses the bio-waste from sugar cane waste to make the bio-fuel in Uganda. The images were taken in a squatter’s neighborhood in Kampala, Uganda.

Sanga Moses is a 2012 TED FELLOWS.


Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses
Photographs of 2012 TED FELLOW Sanga Moses