Who

 Our philosophy is that each individual and group constitutes an important addition to Groundworks' development. A current list of people, representing partner organizations, includes:

Florence Aigner (Polymorfilms, Belgium)

Foued Bellali (2Bouts, Belgium)

Mohamed Cherif (Nass, Morocco)

Achraf Derouech (Anatis Flumen, Morocco) 

Saïd Elkatiri (Fondation Azemmour de Développement Local)

Mohamed Fariji (L'Atelier de l'Observatoire)

Flore Grassiot (Collectif Topoï)

Olivier Mulumbwa Luna (University of Lubumbashi, DRC)

Clément Mambu (Institute of National Museums of the Congo, DRC)

Georges Senga (Photographer, DRC)

Alexandre Smith (Royal Museum of Central Africa, Belgium)

This multitude of input is coordinated by Noemie Arazi. She is an archaeologist and heritage specialist with twenty years of professional experience. In Europe she has been involved in commercial archaeology and has worked at the Ename Center for Public Archaeology. In Africa she has mainly worked on research projects in West and Southern African countries. More recently she has elaborated and implemented various heritage mitigation projects for mining and dam projects in Central Africa as well as capacity building programs for ministries and universities.