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Harrison Nugent

Harrison Nugent is a summa cum laude graduate of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, where he majored in International Politics with a focus on national security issues. The grandson of a farmer and a… Read more
 

Jackson Pearce

A Charleston, SC native, Jackson Pearce is a third-year medical student at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). He completed his undergraduate studies at Furman University, where he majored in psychology and pursued a… Read more
 

Evan Tims

Evan Tims is a police misconduct investigator, climate fiction writer, and researcher. Growing up in coastal Maine, Evan developed an early interest in the relationship between narrative, social justice, and environmental change. At Bard College,… Read more
 

Fiona Carter-Tod

Fiona Carter-Tod is pursuing a career in immunological research centered around social justice and the elimination of health disparities affecting disproportionately vulnerable and underserved groups. She entered the University of Richmond as a Richmond Scholar,… Read more
 

Jordan Walker

Jordan Walker's passion for transportation is rooted in his belief in justice and equity and desire to improve communities’ access and build healthy neighborhoods. Growing up in New York City, Jordan saw municipal government's ability… Read more
 

The Future of Work for Women in the Pacific Islands

March 17, 2021

Blog

In April of last year, Arundhati Roy challenged us to see the pandemic as “a portal, a gateway between one world and the next.” At the time of her writing, global infections had just reached the unimaginable milestone of one million cases. Nearly… Read more
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A Road to Reconciliation in Sri Lanka

March 17, 2021

Blog

Sri Lanka’s bitter, 30-year civil war continues to cast shadows of grief, loss, and sectarian tension over an ethnically diverse population of Sinhalese Buddhists, Tamil Hindus, Muslims, and Catholics. As the country attempts to navigate… Read more
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Helping an Unlikely Entrepreneur to Keep Safe and Prosper

March 17, 2021

Blog

Marjina Begum runs a factory in Kurigram, a city in northern Bangladesh along the border with India. With 360 employees in the workplace, and another 200 based at home, she makes nakshi kantha, a type… Read more
 

Virtual Event – North Korean Refugee Entrepreneurs in South Korea: Unveiling Korea’s Hidden Potential

March 16, 2021

Events

4:00 PM Pacific Seventy-five years after the onset of Asia’s Cold War, the world remains focused on the geopolitics of inter-Korean relations. Meanwhile, an emerging community of more than 33,000 refugees from North Korea currently… Read more
 

Michelle Abou-Raad

Michelle Abou-Raad is a second-generation Lebanese-American, born and raised in the suburbs of Boston. She was awarded the Cardinal Medeiros Scholarship to attend Boston University (BU) where she graduated in 2016 with honors in International… Read more
 

Enduring the Pandemic: Surveys on the Impact of Covid-19 to the Livelihoods Of Malaysian MSMEs & Workers

March 12, 2021

publication

The Covid-19 outbreak led to severe repercussions in Malaysia, and the local micro, small, and medium- sized enterprises (MSMEs) appear to have been badly affected. In order to evaluate the economic impact of Covid-19 on… Read more
 

Virtual Event- Bay Area Council’s Chinese New Year Celebration

March 8, 2021

Events

5:00 to 6:30 PM Pacific  The Asia Foundation is proud to support the Bay Area Council’s 11th annual Chinese New Year Celebration honoring former California Governor Edmund Brown with the Bay Area Council Global Leadership… Read more
 

Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in Pakistan

March 8, 2021

publication

The Asia Foundation's Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in Pakistan report assesses Covid-19 pandemic's socioeconomic impact on women. The regional research includes country-specific reports that give granular insights on the… Read more
 

Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in Nepal

March 8, 2021

publication

The Asia Foundation's Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in Nepal report assesses Covid-19 pandemic's socioeconomic impact on women. The regional research includes country-specific reports that give granular insights on the… Read more
 

Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in South Asia

March 8, 2021

publication

The Asia Foundation's Covid-19 & The New Normal for Women in the Economy in South Asia report assesses the Covid-19 pandemic's socioeconomic impact on women. The regional research includes country-specific reports giving granular insights on… Read more
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CHARLES & KEITH Supports The Asia Foundation’s Work in Gender Equality

March 8, 2021

News

On International Women’s Day CHARLES & KEITH announces their support of The Asia Foundation’s work in gender equality and women’s empowerment in Southeast Asia. They will donate part of the proceeds collected in the month… Read more
 

Aid and Recovery in Post-Earthquake Nepal: Qualitative Field Monitoring November 2019

March 5, 2021

publication

The Independent Impacts and Recovery Monitoring (IRM) project is a longitudinal mixed-methods study that was initiated immediately after the April-May 2015 earthquakes in Nepal to systematically monitor patterns of recovery and evolving needs over the… Read more
 

Aid and Recovery in Post-Earthquake Nepal: Quantitative Survey November 2019

March 5, 2021

publication

This report provides findings from a large-scale survey conducted in 11 earthquake-affected districts in September and October 2019, four and a half years after two devastating earthquakes hit Nepal in April and May 2015, killing… Read more
 

Applications Open for YSEALI Ocean Jobs for Sustainable Futures Regional Workshop

March 4, 2021

News

The Asia Foundation invites applications for the 2021 YSEALI Ocean Jobs for Sustainable Futures Regional Workshop implemented by the Foundation in partnership with the U.S. Embassy in Timor-Leste. The workshop, designed for students, entrepreneurs, and young… Read more
 

For International Women’s Day, Conversations with Some Remarkable Women

March 3, 2021

Blog

In observance of International Women’s Day, on March 8, our hosts John Rieger and Tracie Yang celebrate some of the remarkable women we’ve met in the past year on the InAsia podcast.   Sha Elijah… Read more
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