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1 June 2016

Sustainability Through Innovation

Eden Social Welfare Foundation: Developing an Eden on Earth
Eden supports disabled persons in Taiwan by providing services and advocating for their rights. Through skills training and the development of its social enterprise arm, it is now enabling them to realize their potential in the workplace.
Reports
1 June 2016

Changing the Game

Magic Bus: Giving Young People a Sporting Chance in Life
With thousands of volunteer mentors across India and a unique organizational model designed to help maximize its impact, Magic Bus uses sports and other activities to help children and teenagers live, learn and grow well.

Tags: Education, India
Reports
1 June 2016

Spotlight on Squash

SRAM: Growing a Game
From humble beginnings, the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) popularized a little known club-based sport played by a few enthusiasts and put a nation on the world sporting map with a series of international champions.
Reports
1 June 2016

Response and Recovery

MERCY Malaysia: Healing the Wounds of Disaster and Conflict
With emergency relief and long-term intervention, a humanitarian aid organization helps treat the physical and emotional wounds of people and nations across the Global South.
Tags: Health, Malaysia
Reports
1 December 2015

Social Enterprise in the Countryside

CARD MRI: Empowering the Poor in the Philippines
The case of CARD MRI tells how a non-government organization providing microfinance services grew over three decades to develop a social enterprise model that enables landless rural poor women to become managers, owners, investors and guardians of their families’ futures.
Reports
1 December 2015

Haven of Hope: Helping the Elderly, Sick and Handicapped of Hong Kong

Care for the Body and of the Spirit
The case of Haven of Hope Christian Services tells how a faith-based organization can stay true to its founding mission and values while responding to the tremendous growth of the community it serves.
Tags: Health, Hong Kong
Reports
1 December 2015

Back in Sight, Back in Mind

HANDA Rehabilitation & Welfare Association: Healing Wounds for the Traumatized and Stigmatized
In partnership with people taken from their families and confined to remote camps before a cure was found for a destructive disease, HANDA helps the leprosy-afflicted find comfort and dignity while contending with the emotional and physical consequences of lives lived in isolation.
Tags: Health, China
Reports
1 December 2015

Curing Blindness and Building Trust

Lifeline Express: Transforming Eye Care and NGOs in China
The case of Nellie Fong and Lifeline Express illustrates how one person can bring about meaningful change by building partnerships with government in China and by recognizing the need to grow and evolve as circumstances and opportunities arise.
Reports
1 December 2015

Improving Choices and Outcomes

Saving Newborns in China’s Countryside
By focusing on a single mission, CMF shows how an organization can form partnerships with government and hospitals to help train doctors and nurses to improve care for babies in China who are in danger of dying from treatable and curable diseases during the first weeks of their lives.
Reports
1 December 2015

The Silver Lining

Sawayaka Well-being Foundation: Volunteers for Elderly Care in Japan
Established by a prominent public prosecutor, Sawayaka Well-being Foundation has fostered the development of more than 2,000 community volunteer organizations to support Japan’s elderly to lead independent lives.
Tags: Health, Japan
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