Besides her academic activities, she is passionate about using astronomy as a tool for development in Burkina Faso and other developing countries. As a result, she became a junior member of the International Astronomical Union (IAU), a founding member and member of the editorial board of “L’Astronomie Afrique,” an online and free outreach magazine in French for the lovers of astronomy, space sciences and Africa.
Dr Korsaga is involved in many projects advocating the promotion of women in STEM studies to contribute towards equal gender representation in science, particularly in developing countries. She has given several high-profile talks, including a TEDx talk and appeared in several documentaries. In addition, she founded the association FeBSTIM (Femmes du Burkina en Sciences, Technologie, Ingénierie et Mathématiques), which brings professionals, students, etc., to improve the status of women in science and to inspire more girls to do STEM.
In 2022, she received the first-ever African women in Astronomy early career award from the African Network of Women in Astronomy (AfNWA) and the International Science Programme of Uppsala University in Sweden in recognition of her scientific achievement and her outreach activities.