Is the International NGO Humanitarian Effort Failing?

An unprecedented level of demand from developing countries has seen INGOs become bigger alongside accusations that they are spending more and more on administration and salaries, and are also facing…

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An Interview with Billy Curryer, Operations Manager at Karen Hilltribes Trust Thailand

Asia Thinkers speaks to Operations Manager, Billy Curryer for an insight into how Karen Hilltribes Trust came to be, the unique work that they do and how readers can get…

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An Interview with Mark Liao Jun, President of Sarawak Eco-Warriors

Tell us about the origins of Sarawak Eco-Warriors in Kuching. What was the motivation behind the initiative and what are your objectives? Can you tell us who was the main…

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An Interview With Mark Notaras, Co –Founder of Timor-Leste Food lab

Co-founder, Mark Notaras featured middle back row  Tell us about the background of your social enterprise, Timor –Leste food lab, and how you became involved? Agora Food Studio under the…

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Empowering Children in Need: An Interview with Catherine Scerri, Deputy Director at Bahay Tuluyan in Manila, Philippines

  Tell us about the background of Bahay Tuluyan, starting from when you established a drop-in centre for street children in Manila, to then running centres in Laguna and Quezon?…

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Sustainability in Singapore: An Interview with Darren Ho, Head of Citizen Farm

Can you tell us the background behind Edible Garden City/Citizen Farm and its role as a Social Enterprise in Singapore? “Edible Garden City started five years ago building and designing…

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