“I’m a believer of classical liberal ideas, I wish nothing other than a free and prosperous society.”
Founder & Executive Director at Liberty Sparks
Former Regional Director at Students For Liberty
Former Education and projects supervisor at Uhuru Initiative for Policy Education – UIPE
Former General Secretary at Salama Foundation
Former Chairperson at Youth of United Nation Chapter
JE: Hi, Evan, tell me about Liberty Sparks… What do you do there?
EE: We educate young people and the general public on economic, social, and political liberty by emphasizing public policies on the principles of rule of law, Individual rights, limited government, free-market, and Property rights.
JE: How do you do that?
EE: We arrange, organize, and coordinate conferences, seminars, workshops, outreach, dialogue, debates, training, and forums that aim to promote liberty and human prosperity for a flourishing society.
JE: That’s a lot.
EE: We also publish and circulate, sometimes gratuitously, reports, periodicals, journals, books, pamphlets, leaflets, and other documents concerning the right to own property, the free market, limited government, rule of law, peace, and harmony.
JE: You are a thinktank?
EE: We assemble teams of experts to research the problems of the country and to offer policymakers, and media constructive options for improvement.
We also run a broadcasting and media business to establish a research center, teaching center, and other outreach centers for the advancement of liberal ideas and cultural development in collaboration with other learning institutions in Tanzania and the world at large.