We’re independent, non-partisan, non-profit, and nonpolitical think-tank.


To improve and promote individual understanding on economic, social and political liberty by emphasizing on public policies basing on the principles of rule of law, Individual rights, limited government, free market and Property rights.


Free & Prosperous society

Our Principles

Rule of law, Individual rights, Limited government, Free Market and Property Rights.


Founder & Executive Director- Evans Exaud

He is a young-motivated development practitioner with strong leadership abilities. He has spent years working with African Students for Liberty, Uhuru Initiatives for Policy and Education, business personalities, Organizations and other key development stakeholders. He is currently a Founder and Executive Director of Liberty Sparks and National Coordinator with African Students for Liberty in Tanzania. He is a risk taker who embraces the core values of equality for all, individual rights, integrity and growth. In 2017 He was selected as one among the top strong 50 leaders World wide with Students for Liberty.He joined the liberty movement following a conference by Students and Young Professional African Liberty Academy (SYPALA) in August 2010, and co-founded the African Liberty Students Organization-University of Dodoma Chapter serving as an Assistant Secretary General. He also served as Chairperson for Youths of the United Nations (YUNA) Dodoma chapter in 2011.Evans speaks, trains and organizes various Liberty issues in Tanzania and outside. Evans aspires to become a salient international development practitioner advocating for economic, social and environmental well-being for all.


Director of Research Development – Dr. Nelsen Amar Rahul

He is a director of Research and Program Development at Liberty Sparks,and director of Erastus Schools, born on 25th January 1987 in Tanga from a lawyer father and a teacher mother . When he was 2 he his parents shifted to Kenya where he began his early childhood education and late on he joined St. Kevin Academy. In the year 2000 he completed his primary education. In his childhood Amar was very ambitious, his zeal and zest for law was amazing but his father pushed him to study Sciences so that he could pursue a career in medicine. In the year 2001 he joined Nairobi academy where he realized and also released his full potential. Amar was unbeaten public speaker for four consecutive years and was awarded various certificates in that field and due to this he recognized a special calling from within and he listened to it.  In the year 2004 he completed his secondary education with distinction and joined Kenyatta University (ku) where he studied biochemistry with education. His life in university was full of challenges but he overcame them. It is the very challenges that made him to be the Vice President of student council and also the director of Kikoship youth in Nairobi and also engage in eastern and central Africa university competition which was sponsored by Airtel formely known as zantel.  In the year 2008 Amar received his degree in BSc Biochemistry from Kenyatta University. He also worked as he continued with his studies and in the year 2012 he received his M.A In Literature  from Kampala International University ( KIU) in Uganda. in the year 2017 and he received his PhD in Industrial Organization and Poverty Eradication from the University Of Waterloo In Canada. He says that death is the only obstacle so he has to join university of Nairobi for economics next year


Director of Communication – Ms. Cremilda Macuacua

Cremilda Macuácua is a 26 years old Mozambican Junior Researcher, Human Rights and Peace activist speaks out against gender based violence. Green Champion and volunteer at CACO Operation Mozambique on facilitating understanding of climate change through conduct of workshops, cleaning up activities from schools, seafront to the most polluted and frequented areas of Maputo city. Volunteer since 2010 at Muodjo Cultural Association Promoting humanitarian and development assistance to street children and children with disability, involved in project formulation, interpretation and translation; representation of the association in events and facilitating communication between the association and partners in Mozambique. YALI Regional Leadership Southern Africa Alumni on Civic leadership and corefounder member of SADC Youth Network, non profit youth organization aimed at youth advocacy, empowerment, representation and participation on decision making process at national and international level.

Cremilda has Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of Dodoma, Tanzania (2014) and Diploma on Disarmament and Peace Related Issues from The Women Scholarship for Peace: Global South by the United Nations University for Peace, Costa Rica(2017). Sworn Interpreter/Translator of English to Portuguese and Viceversa, attended the English Language and Communicative language Skills Course in the University of Dar es salaam. Tanzania (2010). She was also trained on Professional and Civic Ethics, Public Relations and Protocol, on Volunteer Program Management, on Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects and on Executive Secretariat. Cremilda is passionate about Peace, Human rights, Environment, Development, working with foreign nations to bring social changes and make a better world. She has attended the Training of Trainers for social change at the Global Platform Zambia (2017) and participated in the II African Youth Conference on Democracy and Good Governance in Maputo (2015) and other Youth Forums aimed at promoting youth participation on decision making processes and enhancing their role in development.

She is current work as Director of Communication at Liberty Sparks.


Advisory Board

Temba Nolutshungu- Director ,Free Market Foundation,South Africa.

Temba Nolutshungu, Free Market Foundation, South Africa Temba is also chairman of the Langa Heritage Foundation and trustee of the Helen Suzman Foundation, as well as several other bodies, including the Cape Town Carnival. His political background is rooted in the struggle against apartheid in South Africa. With several prominent individuals from various countries he contributed to the books: Why Liberty (published 2010) and Why Peace (published 2012) both edited by Marc Guttman and published by Cobden Press (USA) and The Morality of Capitalism, edited by Dr. Tom G. Palmer. The book has been translated into 27 national languages of various countries. Temba’s past and present political connections across the spectrum have expedited the Free Market Foundation’s advocacy work primarily within and also outside parliament. A major highlight in this regard was the Foundation’s achievement in ensuring the enshrinement of the property rights clause in South Africa’s constitution.

Linda Whetstone- CEO, NFS,UK

She is Chairman and CEO of Network for a Free Society and is on the boards of the Atlas Network, Institute of Economic Affairs and Istanbul Network for Liberty. Previously she was on the board of the Mont Pelerin Society and has been co-organiser of MPS meetings in Nairobi and Istanbul. She works with many free market think tanks round the world and has written on development, trade and agricultural topics. She runs a small business with her husband in Sussex England and has had a life long interest in horses. Currently she is Director of Judges on the Board of British Dressage.
Manali Shah- Independent Facilitator and Trainer, India

Manali works with organizations as a facilitator to help co-create strategies and capacities that are help them fulfill their core purpose, values, and long-term vision. Her journey with the liberal movement began with a student seminar she attended at Centre for Civil Society where she worked for seven years across organizational functions. She facilitates Atlas Leadership Academy’s regional trainings in Asia and Africa and also international seminars at the International Academy for Leadership in Germany. Manali is certified in Organization Change Facilitation (Human and Institutional Development Forum-HIDF, Bangalore) and trained in Facilitation, Moderation, Strategic Planning (Friedrich Naumann Foundation-Germany; Genuine Contact Space-Delhi). She has experience working with different types of organizations in South Asia and Nigeria including GIZ, Voluntary Services Overseas, and Friedrich Naumann Foundation South Asia.