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Jan Mikael de Lara Co

Jan Mikael de Lara Co (Kael) works in strategic political communications, heading the communications unit for the Liberal Party of the Philippines. Over the past fifteen years, he has worked with former Senator Mar Roxas… Read more

Antaraa Vasudev

An experimenter in the civic-technology space, Antaraa Vasudev is the founder of Civis, a nonprofit platform that works to enable effective dialogue between governments and citizens on draft laws and policies. She started her career… Read more

Lastiana Yuliandari

Lastiana Yuliandari is the founder and director of Aliet Green, a female-run social enterprise working with small-scale farmers to improve their incomes and family livelihoods. Through Aliet Green, she organizes over 1500 small-scale producers and… Read more

Shazia Usman

Shazia Usman is a writer, storyteller, feminist, and communications professional leading strategic, gender-equality-focused communications that amplify the voices and choices of women, girls and non-binary people in Fiji and the Pacific. She is currently a… Read more

Yasmin Sattar

Yasmin Sattar is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Political Science, Prince of Songkla University, Pattani Campus. Her focus area of study is on the politics in the Muslim world, the conflict situations in… Read more

Maha Marakkalage Ruvini Perera

Ruvini is a human rights lawyer, activist, and development practitioner passionate about social justice, human rights, women empowerment, strengthening democracy, reconciliation, and transitional justice in Sri Lanka. She is an alumna of the Faculty of… Read more

Tanzila Khan

Tanzila Khan is an entrepreneur, disability activist, and writer who delivers sessions on inclusive creativity, overcoming barriers, and inclusion within businesses. She consulted across 19 countries through workshops, training sessions, and collaborations. She is the… Read more

Nadine Kezia Ngaminya Highfield

Nadine Highfield is a qualified lawyer admitted to both the High Court of Australia and the ACT Supreme Court. She has worked for the Commonwealth Government at the Department of Treasury as a financial analyst,… Read more

Dorjjantsan Ganbaatar

Dorjjantsan "Jack" Ganbaatar is a queer rights activist, lecturer, researcher, and author who believes that everyone should enjoy their human rights free from fear and discrimination. He currently serves as the health program manager at… Read more

Flávio Maria de Fatima Simões

Flávio Simões works for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Timor-Leste under an Asian Development Bank Technical Assistance program to support Timor-Leste's integration into ASEAN, where he works to ensure the coordinated alignment of Timor-Leste’s… Read more
Peer learning workshop on stunting 

Peer Learning Events Support Local Governments in Indonesia to Accelerate Stunting Prevention

January 4, 2023

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The Asia Foundation, in partnership with the International City/County Management Association, is implementing USAID ERAT (Effective, Efficient and Strong Governance) to support peer learning on stunting prevention among subnational governments in Indonesia. Since June 2022,… Read more


January 4, 2023


The Asia Foundation first established an office in Indonesia in 1955 and has since developed and sustained deep relationships with hundreds of local civil society organizations. We work with the Indonesian government and our partners… Read more

The Asia Foundation Announces 2023 Development Fellows

January 3, 2023


The Asia Foundation announces the 2023 class of Asia Foundation Development Fellows: Emerging Leadership for Asia’s Future following a highly competitive selection process. The 2023 Development Fellows are emerging leaders in their fields, bringing bold, innovative thinking… Read more

Young People Safeguarding Democracy in Indonesia

December 27, 2022

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In support of the ongoing resilience of Indonesia’s democracy, The Asia Foundation is promoting civic engagement at the local level. On August 30, 2022, the Democratic Resilience Youth Coalition, a coalition of civil society organizations… Read more

Nepal Subnational Governance Program Phase II Quarterly Newsletter Issue 2 – July-September 2022

December 21, 2022


  The Subnational Governance Program (SNGP) is implemented by The Asia Foundation with funding from the Australian Government, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and in coordination with the Ministry of Federal Affairs and… Read more

Care Economy a Key Focus of The Asia Foundation’s Work to Advance Gender Equality

December 19, 2022

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Globally, care workers support over one billion people, including young children, aging adults, and people with disabilities. While some are paid for this work, most care providers are unpaid and lack adequate family support to… Read more

Toward a Resilient Care Ecosystem in Asia and the Pacific: Reflection on the Bali Care Economy Dialogue

December 19, 2022


  The Asia Foundation and the U.S. Department of State's Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues are pleased to announce a virtual reflection session that will provide an overview of a recent regional convening—the Bali Care Economy… Read more

The Asia Foundation Selects Laurel E. Miller as New President & CEO

December 16, 2022


The Asia Foundation Board of Trustees today announced it has named Laurel E. Miller as its new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective February 1, 2023. Laurel is a dynamic, experienced leader whose background spans… Read more

Challenges and Opportunities in the Gig Economy in a Post-Covid World

December 15, 2022


This research aims to improve the understanding of the rapidly growing space of the platform gig economy, which is estimated to triple in the next few years. In India, the gig economy has its roots… Read more

India’s Experience with Climate Smart Agriculture: Opportunities for Triangular Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific

December 15, 2022


The agriculture sector in India has witnessed a series of reforms and transformative measures over the past few years to cope with the adverse effects of climate change. Farmers across all agro-climatic zones in the… Read more
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