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1 June 2016

Protecting and Saving Marine Life

Coral Triangle Center: Leading the Fight against Destruction and Extinction
A small but influential local NGO based in Indonesia is helping nations across the Indo-Pacific Ocean implement programs to promote the sustainable use and aquatic wonder of their coastlines.
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1 June 2016

Trading Up

BN Vocational School: Giving China’s marginalized youth a shot at success
By providing free-of-charge vocational education to the disenfranchised children of migrant workers and ethnic minorities, BN Vocational School (BNVS) has helped to improve their career prospects and meet the growing need for well-trained and confident workers in China’s burgeoning services sector.
Tags: Education, China
Reports
1 June 2016

Turning New Leaves

TreePlanet: Changing attitudes toward forestation in South Korea
Tech-savvy social enterprise TreePlanet leverages growing environmental awareness, current cultural obsessions, and high internet productivity to develop profitable products and services that are designed to get consumers engaged with environmental causes.
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1 June 2016

Helping Mothers and Children

Society for Nutrition, Education & Health Action: Nourishing India
A walk by a caring pediatrician through one of the world’s largest slums inspired the founding of a Mumbai NGO that became a model for how to help poor mothers and families learn about nutrition and protect the health of their children.
Tags: Health, India
Reports
1 June 2016

Building Collective Impact

New Homeland Foundation: Empowering a DisasterStruck Community in Rural Taiwan
With the help of the New Homeland Foundation (NHF), the poor mountain village of Taomi emerged from the tatters of a catastrophic earthquake as a premium eco-village and tourism hotspot.
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1 June 2016

Water for Life

Dilasa Sanstha: Securing the livelihoods of poor farmers in India
By adapting indigenous irrigation techniques and empowering farming communities to generate alternative income streams, Dilasa Sanstha has changed the lives of impoverished rural farmers in Maharashtra State. Its partnership with the Axis Bank Foundation has allowed it to scale its rural interventio
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1 June 2016

A Virtuous Economy

Hong Chi Association: Creating Green Opportunities for Hong Kong’s Disabled Workers
Through a unique tri-partite collaboration, Hong Chi Association has kick-started a glass bottle recycling project that has provided disabled workers with valuable life skills while changing public attitudes to the environment.
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1 June 2016

Pathways to Education

Pamulaan Center for Indigenous Peoples’ Education: Leading the Way
In piloting an education model that is sensitive to the experiences of young indigenous peoples in the Philippines, Pamulaan has shown the way for government to scale up.
Reports
1 June 2016

Homegrown, World-class

Council on Energy, Environment and Water: Building an Independent Policy Think Tank for India
The Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) was formed to provide independent domestic research to Indian policy makers for creating a sustainable India.
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1 June 2016

No Shadow, No Worry

WWWSE: Helping a Nation Rethink its Approach to Education
A fervor for education paid big post-war dividends for the Republic of Korea, but also spawned a private market that undermines public education and gave rise to the World Without Worries about Shadow Education (WWWSE) campaign to increase knowledge and decrease anxiety among students.
Tags: Education, Korea
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