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Free Digital Tools to Aid Community Organizations in Conflict Prevention

June 23, 2021

Program Snapshot

The Resiliency Initiative portal empowers local communities in the Asia-Pacific with digital tools to combat hate, violence, and conflict within and beyond their networks. Launched in April 2021, the resource portal provides free access to… Read more
 

Peripheral Vision: Views from the Borderlands – Spring 2021

June 23, 2021

publication

PERIPHERAL VISION: Views from the Borderlands sheds light on how political, security and socioeconomic developments affect the people living in contested borderlands and, conversely, how border dynamics shape change and transition at the national level.… Read more
 

Podcast: Survey of the Nepali People – A Barometer for Federalism?

June 23, 2021

Blog

  After a decade of civil war and years of subsequent unrest and political dysfunction, the year 2017 was a watershed moment for Nepal and its people, as the first local elections in 20 years… Read more
 

Eyeing Post-Covid Recovery, Malaysia’s Small Businesses Go Digital

June 23, 2021

Blog

  Saferizal lives in Sarawak, the largest of Malaysia’s 13 states, on the island of Borneo. His Covid-19 story is a familiar one: when the pandemic struck, the government’s “movement control order” forced his company… Read more
 

Young ASEAN Leaders Reimagine the Workforce of the Future

June 23, 2021

Blog

  On the Precipice On Saturday May 22, 61 young leaders from ASEAN and Timor-Leste faced whipping winds and freezing temperatures en route from Everest Base Camp to the summit. Maral Dipodiputro, a lawyer turned… Read more
 

Virtual Event – Revisiting the Pandemic: Surveys on the Impact of Covid-19 on Small Businesses and Workers

June 22, 2021

Events

9:00 am ET The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a dramatic roll-back of economic progress across Southeast Asia. While the region has managed to contain the spread of the virus better than most others, the… Read more
 

ABC+ Program Supporting Children’s Early Grade Learning Launched in Iriga and Roxas City

June 21, 2021

News

“We can’t let Covid-19 win over our children’s education,” remarked Dr. Thomas LeBlanc, director for USAID Philippines’ Office of Education as USAID launched the Parent and Community Engagement Project with consecutive online events in Iriga… Read more
 

Thailand

June 15, 2021

publication

For nearly 70 years, The Asia Foundation has been a partner in Thailand’s development. Today, our programs are helping to strengthen Thailand’s leadership in ASEAN, address critical challenges such as education reform and middle-income trap,… Read more
 

Views of Rohingya Refugees: Engagement and Experiences with Humanitarian Agencies in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

June 14, 2021

publication

This policy brief, a joint publication by Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University (CPJ), and The Asia Foundation, conveys findings from a rapid analysis to understand refugees’ perspectives on community engagement and consultation approaches… Read more
 

Perceptions of Rohingya Refugees: Marriage and Social Justice After Cross-Border Displacement

June 14, 2021

publication

This policy brief, a joint publication by Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University (CPJ), and The Asia Foundation, conveys findings from a rapid analysis to gather community perspectives on the intersection of marriage and… Read more
 

Development Letters (January–March 2021 Issue)

June 14, 2021

publication

Development Letters aims to promote ideas with important policy and practical implications for a developing country like Bangladesh. This publication provides a platform to introduce thought-provoking ideas on broad development issues through short and concisely-written… Read more
 

Tim Kochis: Legacy Giving

June 14, 2021

Donor Testimonials

Tim Kochis and Penelope Wong joined The Asia Foundation's Haydn Williams Legacy Society by making arrangements in their living trust to give a percentage of their eventual estate to The Asia Foundation. This is in… Read more
 

Virtual Event – STITCH for RMG Global Innovation Conference

June 11, 2021

Events

Time: Various/Multi-day event The goal of the STITCH (Safeguarding Through Innovation and Technology Challenge) for RMG (readymade garments) Global Innovation Conference is to provide a platform for the industry actors and stakeholders to discuss disruptive future-work… Read more
 

Revisiting the Pandemic: Surveys on the Impact of Covid-19 on Small Businesses and Workers

June 10, 2021

publication

The Covid-19 pandemic is leading to a dramatic rollback of economic progress across Southeast Asia. While the region has managed to contain the spread of the virus better than most others, the economic impact on… Read more
 

Virtual Event – Addressing the Covid-Related Challenges Facing the Pacific Islands

June 10, 2021

Events

3:00 – 4:30 pm ET While swift measures on border control taken by Pacific Island governments to contain the spread of Covid-19 spared the region a health crisis on the scale faced in other parts… Read more
 
Women work at sewing machines and assemble clothing pieces 

Bangladesh: Toward Better Governance in the Ready-Made-Garment Sector

June 9, 2021

Blog

  Since the 2013 collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka—which killed 1,134 people, large numbers of them garment workers—Bangladesh’s ready-made garment (RMG) sector has taken significant steps to improve worker safety, adopting the… Read more
 

Virtual Event – Flying Blind: Vietnam’s Decision to Join ASEAN

June 8, 2021

Events

9:00 am ET Please join The Asia Foundation for a discussion with Ambassador Nguyen Vu Tung on his new book, Flying Blind: Vietnam’s Decision to Join ASEAN. Amb. Nguyen’s book is a well-informed, highly-insightful account… Read more
 

Milika Sobey

Milika Naqasima Sobey is an indigenous Fijian and a marine scientist by training. She taught at the University of the South Pacific before leaving to join the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, where… Read more
Woman turning an Open business 

2021 APEC App Challenge Advances Safety and Trust to Revive Region’s Tourism Industry

June 7, 2021

News

The Asia Foundation, together with Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) and Google hosted the fifth annual APEC App Challenge. Held on the eve of the 2021 APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade meeting, the challenge asked 170… Read more
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