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List of Ramon Magsaysay Award winners

The following is a partial list of the awardees of the Ramon Magsaysay Award. See External links at bottom of this page for a complete list. Awardees' individual nationality or country of origin and citizenship are indicated.

GS Government Service
PS Public Service
CL Community Leadership
JLCCA Journalism, Literature, and the Creative Communication Arts
PIU Peace and International Understanding
EL Emergent Leadership

Contents

Magsaysay awardeesEdit

Emergent LeadershipEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
1996 Pandurang Shastri Athavale India
2001 Oung Chanthol Cambodia
2001 Dita Indah Sari Indonesia
2002 Sandeep Pandey India
2003 Aniceto Guterres Lopes East Timor
2004 Benjamin Abadiano Philippines
2005 Hye-Ran Yoon South Korea
2006 Arvind Kejriwal[1] India
2007 Chen Guangcheng China
2007 Chung To United States in Hong Kong
2008 Ananda Galappatti Sri Lanka
2009 Ka Hsaw Wa Myanmar
2011 Nileema Mishra India
2012 Ambrosius Ruwindrijarto Indonesia
2014 Randy Halasan Philippines
2015 Sanjiv Chaturvedi India
2016 Thodur Madabusi Krishna[2] India

UncategorizedEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
2009 Antonio Oposa, Jr. Philippines
2009 Krisana Kraisintu Thailand
2009 Deep Joshi India
2009 Ma Jun China
2009 Yu Xiaogang China
2010 Tadatoshi Akiba Japan
2010 Huo Daishan China
2010 A.H.M. Noman Khan Bangladesh
2010 Christopher Bernido Philippines
2010 Ma. Victoria Carpio-Bernido Philippines
2010 Pan Yue China
2010 Fu Qiping China
2011 Hasanain Juaini Indonesia
2011 Tri Mumpuni Indonesia
2011 Harish Hande India
2011 Alternative Indigenous Development Foundation, Inc. (AIDFI) Philippines
2011 Koul Panha Cambodia
2012 Chen Shu-chu Taiwan
2012 Kulandei Francis India
2012 Yang Saing Koma Cambodia
2012 Syeda Rizwana Hasan Bangladesh
2012 Romulo Davide Philippines
2013 Habiba Sarobi Afghanistan
2013 Lahpai Seng Raw Myanmar
2013 Shakti Samuha Nepal
2013 Ernesto Domingo Philippines
2013 Corruption Eradication Commission Indonesia
2014 Hu Shuli China
2014 Wang Canfa China
2014 Saur Marlina Manurung Indonesia
2014 Omara Khan Massoudi Afghanistan
2014 The Citizens Foundation Pakistan
2015 Kommaly Chanthavong Laos
2015 Ligaya Fernando Philippines
2015 Anshu Gupta And Sanjiv Chaturvedi India
2015 Kyaw Thu Myanmar
2016 Conchita Carpio-Morales Philippines
2016 Vientiane Rescue Laos
2017 Gethsie Shanmugam Sri Lanka
2017 Yoshiaki Ishizawa Japan
2017 Lilia de Lima Philippines
2017 Abdon Nababan Indonesia
2017 Tony Tay Singapore
2017 Philippine Educational Theater Association Philippines
2018 Howard Dee Philippines
2018 Sonam Wangchuk India
2018 Bharat Vatwani India
2018 Youk Chhang Cambodia
2018 Vo Thi Hoang Vietnam
2018 Maria de Lourdes Martins East Timor

Government ServiceEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
1959 Jose Vasquez Aguilar Philippines
1961 Raden Kodijat Indonesia
1962 Francisca Reyes-Aquino Philippines
1963 Akhtar Hameed Khan Pakistan
1964 Yukiharu Miki Japan
1965 Puey Ungphakorn Thailand
1966 Phon Sangsingkeo Thailand
1967 Keo Viphakone Laos
1968 Kwoh-Ting Li Taiwan
1969 Hsu Shih-chu Taiwan
1971 Ali Sadikin Indonesia
1972 Goh Keng Swee Singapore
1973 B. C. Shekhar Malaysia
1974 Hiroshi Kuroki Japan
1975 Mohamed Suffian Mohamed Hashim Malaysia
1976 Elsie Tu United Kingdom in Hong Kong
1977 Bejamin Galstaun Indonesia
1978 Dato Shahrum bin Yub Malaysia
1979 Raden Wasito Indonesia
1980 Muhammed Alias Malaysia
1981 Prawase Wasi Thailand
1982 Arturo Alcaraz Philippines
1983 Su Nan-cheng Taiwan
1984 Ta-You Wu Taiwan
1985 Tan Sri Noordin Malaysia
1987 Haji Hanafiah Malaysia
1988 Miriam Santiago Philippines
1989 Zakiah Hanum Malaysia
1991 Alfredo R. A. Bengzon Philippines
1992 Chamlong Srimuang Thailand
1993 Võ Tòng Xuân Vietnam
1994 Kiran Bedi India
1995 Morihiko Hiramatsu Japan
1996 T. N. Seshan India
1997 Anand Panyarachun Thailand
1998 Syed Adibul Hasan Rizvi Pakistan
1999 Tasneem Ahmed Siddiqui Pakistan
2000 Jesse Robredo Philippines
2001 Yuan Longping China
2002 Hilario G. Davide, Jr. Philippines
2003 James Michael Lyngdoh India
2004 Haydee Yorac Philippines
2005 Jon Ungpakorn Thailand
2006 Ek Sonn Chan Cambodia
2007 Jovito R. Salonga Philippines
2008 Grace Padaca Philippines

Public ServiceEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
1958 Mary H. Rutnam Sri Lanka
1959 Joaquin Vilallonga Spain in Philippines
1959 Tee Tee Luce Myanmar
1960 Henry Holland United Kingdom in Pakistan
1960 Ronald Holland United Kingdom in Pakistan
1961 Nilawan Pintong Thailand
1962 Horace Kadoorie United Kingdom in Hong Kong
1962 Lawrence Kadoorie United Kingdom in Hong Kong
1963 Helen Kim South Korea
1964 Augustine Nguyen Lac Hoa South Vietnam
1965 Jayaprakash Narayan India
1966 Kim Yong-ki South Korea
1967 Sithiporn Kridakorn Thailand
1968 Seiichi Tobata Japan
1969 Kim Hyung-Seo South Korea
1971 Pedro Orata Philippines
1972 Cecile Guidote Philippines
1972 Gilopez Kabayao Philippines
1973 Antonio Fortich Philippines
1973 Benjamin Gaston Philippines
1974 M.S. Subbulakshmi India
1975 Phra Parnchand Thailand
1976 Hermenegild Fernandez France in Sri Lanka
1977 Fe del Mundo Philippines
1978 Prateep Ungsongtham Hata Thailand
1979 Chang Kee-ryo South Korea
1980 Ohm Dae-sup South Korea
1981 Johanna Nasution Indonesia
1982 Manibhai Desai India
1983 Fua Hariphitak Thailand
1984 Thongbai Thongpao Thailand
1985 Baba Amte India
1986 Abdul Sattar Edhi Pakistan
1986 Bilquis Edhi Pakistan
1987 Hans Jassin Indonesia
1988 Masanobu Fukuoka Japan
1989 Lakshmi Chand Jain India
1991 Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Thailand
1992 Angel Alcala Philippines
1993 Banoo Jehangir Coyaji India
1994 Mechai Viravaidya Thailand
1995 Asma Jahangir Pakistan
1996 John Woong-Jin Oh South Korea
1997 Mahesh Chandra Regmi Nepal
1998 Sophon Suphapong Thailand
1999 Rosa Rosal Philippines
2000 Liang Congjie China
2001 Wu Qing China
2002 Ruth Pfau Pakistan
2003 Gao Yaojie China
2004 Jiang Yanyong China
2005 Teten Masduki Indonesia
2005 V. Shanta India
2006 Park Won-soon South Korea
2007 Kim Sun-tae South Korea
2008 Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Mutually Reinforcing Institutions Philippines
2008 Therdchai Jivacate Thailand

Community LeadershipEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
1958 Vinoba Bhave[3][4] India
1959 14th Dalai Lama Tibet
1960 Tunku Abdul Rahman Malaysia
1961 Gus Borgeest United Kingdom in Hong Kong
1962 Palayil Narayanan Malaysia
1962 Koesna Poeradiredja Indonesia
1963 Verghese Kurien[5][6] India
1963 Dara Nusserwanji Khurody India
1963 Tribhuvandas Kishibhai Patel[7][8] India
1964 Pablo Torres Tapia Philippines
1965 Lim Kim San Singapore
1966 Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay[9] India
1967 Abdul Razak Hussein Malaysia
1968 Rosario Encarnacion Philippines
1968 Silvino Encarnacion Philippines
1969 Ahangamage Tudor Ariyaratne Sri Lanka
1971 M.S. Swaminathan[10] India
1972 Hans Westenberg Indonesia
1973 Krasae Chanawongse Thailand
1974 Fusaye Ichikawa Japan
1975 Lee Tai-Young South Korea
1976 Toshikazu Wakatsuki Japan
1977 Ela Bhatt[11] India
1978 Tahrunessa Abdullah Bangladesh
1979 Mabelle Arole India
1979 Rajanikant Arole India
1980 Fazle Hasan Abed Bangladesh
1981 Pramod Karan Sethi India
1982 Chandi Prasad Bhatt India
1983 Anton Soedjarwo Indonesia
1984 Muhammad Yunus Bangladesh
1985 Zafrullah Chowdhury Bangladesh
1986 John Vincent Daly United States in South Korea
1986 Paul Jeong Gu Jei South Korea
1987 Aree Valyasevi Thailand
1988 Mohammed Yeasin Bangladesh
1989 Kim Im-soon South Korea
1991 Ven. Cheng Yen Taiwan
1992 Shoaib Sultan Khan Pakistan
1993 Abdurrahman Wahid Indonesia
1994 Sima Samar Afghanistan in Pakistan
1994 Fei Xiaotong China
1995 Ho Ming-Teh Taiwan
1996 Pandurang Shastri Athavale India
1997 Eva Fidela Maamo Philippines
1998 Nuon Phaly Cambodia
1999 Angela Gomes Bangladesh
2000 Aruna Roy India
2001 Rajendra Singh India
2002 Cynthia Maung Myanmar
2003 Shantha Sinha India
2004 Prayong Ronnarong Thailand
2005 Sombath Somphone Laos
2006 Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation Philippines
2006 Antonio Meloto Philippines
2007 Mahabir Pun Nepal
2008 Prakash Amte[12][13] India
2008 Mandakini Amte[12][13] India
2016 Bezwada Wilson[14][15][16] India

Journalism, Literature, and the Creative Communication ArtsEdit

Year Recipient Nationality or base country
1958 Robert Dick United Kingdom in Philippines
1958 Mochtar Lubis Indonesia
1959 Tarzie Vittachi Sri Lanka
1959 Edward Michael Law-Yone Myanmar
1961 Amitabha Chowdhury India
1962 Chang Chun-ha South Korea
1964 Richard Wilson United Kingdom in Hong Kong
1964 Kayser Sung China in Hong Kong
1965 Akira Kurosawa Japan
1967 Satyajit Ray India
1968 Tôn Thất Thiện South Vietnam
1969 Mitoji Nishimoto Japan
1971 Prayoon Chanyavongs Thailand
1972 Yasuji Hanamori Japan
1973 Michiko Ishimure Japan
1974 Zacarias Sarian Philippines
1975 Boobli George Verghese India
1976 Sombhu Mitra India
1977 Mahesh Chandra Regmi Nepal
1978 Yoon Suk-joong South Korea
1979 L. T. P. Manju Sri Sri Lanka
1980 F. Sionil José Philippines
1981 Gour Kishore Ghosh India
1982 Arun Shourie India
1983 Fr. Marcelline Jayakody Sri Lanka
1984 R. K. Laxman India
1985 Lino Brocka Philippines
1986 Radio Veritas Philippines
1987 Diane Ying Taiwan
1988 Ediriweera Sarachchandra Sri Lanka
1989 James Reuter Philippines
1991 K. V. Subbanna India
1992 Ravi Shankar India
1993 Bienvenido Lumbera Philippines
1994 Abdul Samad Ismail Malaysia
1995 Pramoedya Ananta Toer Indonesia
1996 Nick Joaquin Philippines
1997 Mahasweta Devi India
1998 Ruocheng Ying China
1999 Raul Locsin Philippines
1999 Lin Hwai-min Taiwan
2000 Atmakusumah Astraatmadja Indonesia
2001 W. D. Amaradeva Sri Lanka
2002 Bharat Koirala Nepal
2003 Sheila Coronel Philippines
2004 Abdullah Abu Sayeed Bangladesh
2005 Matiur Rahman Bangladesh
2006 Eugenia Duran Apostol Philippines
2007 Palagummi Sainath India
2008 Akio Ishii Japan

Peace and International Understanding (PIU)Edit

Year Recipient Nationality or Base Country
1958 Operation Brotherhood Philippines
1960 Y.C. James Yen Taiwan
1961 Genevieve Caulfield United States in Thailand
1962 Mother Teresa India
1963 Peace Corps United States
1964 Welthy Fisher United States in India
1965 Bayanihan Folk Arts Center and its Supporting Entities Philippines
1966 Mekong Committee and Cooperating Entities Cambodia
1967 Shiroshi Nasu Japan
1968 Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere (CARE) Philippines
1969 International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) United States in Philippines
1971 Saburo Okita Japan
1973 Summer Institute of Linguistics Philippines
1974 William Masterson Philippines
1975 Patrick James McGlinchey Ireland in South Korea
1976 Henning Holck-Larsen Denmark in India
1977 College of Agriculture, University of the Philippines at Los Baños (UPLB) Philippines
1978 Soedjatmoko Indonesia
1979 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Indonesia
1980 Shigeharu Matsumoto Japan
1981 Augustine Joung Kang South Korea
1983 Aloysius Schwartz United States in South Korea
1984 Jiro Kawakita Japan
1985 Harold Ray Watson Philippines
1986 International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) Philippines
1987 Richard William Timm Bangladesh, United States
1988 The Royal Project Thailand
1989 Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) Thailand
1991 Press Foundation of Asia Philippines
1992 Washington SyCip Philippines, United States
1993 Noboru Iwamura Japan
1994 Eduardo Jorge Anzorena Argentina in Japan
1995 Asian Institute of Management (AIM) Philippines
1996 Toshihiro Takami Japan
1997 Sadako Ogata Japan
1998 Corazon Aquino Philippines
2000 Jockin Arputham India
2001 Ikuo Hirayama Japan
2002 Pomnyun South Korea
2003 Tetsu Nakamura Japan
2003 Seiei Toyama Japan
2004 Laxminarayan Ramdas India
2004 Ibn Abdur Rehman Pakistan
2006 Sanduk Ruit Nepal
2007 Tang Xiyang China
2008 Ahmad Syafi'i Maarif Indonesia

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ "TM Krishna, the man who used music to heal India's deep social divisions". 27 July 2016. Retrieved 23 November 2016.
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  4. ^ Sridhar, Nithin (15 November 2015). "Vinoba Bhave: The Acharya who started Bhoodan Movement". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
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  7. ^ "T K Patel". www.amuldairy.com. Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  8. ^ Foundation, Ramon Magsaysay Award. "Patel, Tribhuvandas". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  9. ^ Foundation, Ramon Magsaysay Award. "Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  10. ^ Foundation, Ramon Magsaysay Award. "Swaminathan, Moncompu Sambasivan". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  11. ^ Foundation, Ramon Magsaysay Award. "Bhatt, Ela Ramesh". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  12. ^ a b "Magsaysay Award for Prakash & Mandakini Amte - Times of India". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  13. ^ a b "Prakash and Mandakini Amte win the Magsaysay Award for 2008 - The Better India". 1 August 2008. Retrieved 23 November 2016.
  14. ^ Mander, Harsh. "Saluting Bezwada Wilson, a man who gets his hands dirty to clean the rot of caste oppression". Retrieved 23 November 2016.
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