Find below a list of past grant recipients with current Due Diligence approval from Give2Asia.
Aba Teachers College
Aba Teachers College is the only college in Aba Prefecture, Sichuan Province. The college has cultivated high-qualified, professional teachers for the local area's basic education for years. The college aims to establish better education structure so that to foster high-qualified professional teachers in the future. Learn more.
Agape Social Welfare Association
Agape Social Welfare Association serves as a social institute for nonprofit organization. For the purpose of social welfare, our mission is bring the love of Jesus Christ to the community and serve all humanity. We help provide care and services to the disabled, the elderly, women, children and the adolescents according to their substantial needs. Learn more.
Akshara Foundation was established in 2001 to help universalize good formal education for all children up to the age of 14 residing or working in Karnataka, India. Learn more.
Ancora Foundation has a mission to provide support and improve access to the opportunities and possibilities for the disadvantaged. It was founded by entrepreneur Gita Irawan Wirjawan with an overriding objective, that is to light fire in the minds of the young in Indonesia through education. The Acora Foundation is currently working with the Indonesian Heritage Foundation to establish 1,000 community kindergartens called Sekolah Rakyat Ancora across Indonesia. It aims to provide access to high-quality pre-school education to about 2,000 children a year. Learn more.
The Anhui Youth Development Foundation builds schools with foreign contributions in communities with insufficient school facilities. Learn more.
Association of the Community Center for Children (CCC)
ACCC was established in March 2003 as the need emerged for information exchange and collaboration among nonprofit community children's centers across South Korea. These community centers provide comprehensive education and welfare activities for children and youth who require protection and care in local communities. Learn more.
Ayala Foundation USA was formed in 2000 as a California non-profit public benefit corporation. Its mission is to provide Filipino-American communities in the USA an effective mechanism for philanthropic activities and to assist civil society organizations in the Philippines to this resource. Learn more.
Baala Balaga Creative Education Trust
Baala Balaga was established in 1996 with a purpose to create a school for joyful learning for children. We stongly believe that mother tongue and local language should be the medium of instruction in school. This enables the child to grasp various concepts and subjects with clarity and express their ideas and opinions properly. It also helps the child in better application of his or her knowledge in real life situations. At the same time, we do realize the importance of English and hence, in Baal Balaga, English is taught as a language from the first grade itself and children switch over to English medium from eighth grade onwards. Learn more.
Balete Family Farm School
Balete Family Farm School, Inc. - a secondary school patterned after the rural schools in France-Maison Familiale Rurales & Spain's Escuelas Familiares Agrarias which make the people in the rural areas take responsibility for their communities' development. The school aims to offer an alternative solution to the growing problems related to urban migration. Learn more.
Bandra East Community Centre (BECC)
BECC was established in 1974m and is a registered coluntary social work organization catering to the socio-economic development of the slums and pavement dwellers. BECC's first major project was the rehabilitation of the slum area now called Siddharth Colony. Their Awareness, Educational and Development Programs cater to all th eneedy, irrespective of caste and creed. It's single minded onjective is development and upliftment of the marginalized sections of society. Learn more.
Bangkok Post Foundation
The Bangkok Post Foundation was established in 1982 to promote education and support needy students with good academic records. They currently provide financial assistance to over 140 children throughout Thailand. Learn more.
Beichuan Qiang Autonomous County Bureau of Education and PE
Beichuan County Bureau of Education in Sichuan Province of China, is responsible for implementing the education policy and guiding and supervising various schools countywide, and to promote the development of secondary education and professional education. Learn more.
Beijing Brooks Education Center
Founded in 2003, Beijing Brooks Education Center works to enrich rural education resources, protect the diversity of local and minority culture, and promote sustainable development and civil society through research, training and public participation. Learn more.
Beijing Cultural Development Center for Rural Women
BCDCRW is a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote the social development of China's rural women. Since its founding in 1993 BCDCRW has grown from its core activity of publishing the magazine Rural Women (formerly Rural Women Knowing All) to become a key organization integrating programs that support women living in poverty though development projects, news media and information services, and dissemination of research. Learn more.
Beijing Horizon Education Culture Development Center
Beijing Horizon Education Culture Development Center (BHECDC) was established in 2006 to promote the growth of education through researching rural education technologies and promoting education and training of teachers in remote areas. Learn more.
Beijing Jiaotong University Education Foundation (BJTUEF)
Beijing Jiaotong University (BJTU) was founded in 1896 and currently has established cooperative relations with over 50 universities in the US, UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Australia, Japan, Sweden, Russia, Spain, Canada, the Netherlands and Korea, among others. In recent years, BJTU has invited more than 1,000 overseas scholars and experts from over 20 countries and regions to speak and teach on campus. About 100 renowned scholars also took posts as honorary or advisory professors at BJTU. Each year, BJTU sends more than 300 scholars and students overseas for joint research, teaching and further studies. Learn more.
Beijing One Plus One Cultural Exchange Center
Beijing One Plus One Cultural Exchange Center (1+1) was founded in 2006 and works to improve access to information for people with disabilities in China. 1+1 established the first radio prodcution center operated entirely by blind producers and journalists. In 2008 1+1 became the first fully accredited disabled media organization in the history of the Olympic games. Learn more.
Beijing Peekabook House
The Beijing Peekabook House was established in November 2005 and is operating as an educational institution under the laws of the People's Republic of China. The Beijing Peekabook House is a private English and Chinese bilingual library that provides children, between the ages of one and twelve, and families a fun and safe environment to access high quality English and Chinese books and to develop a love for reading. In addition, the center serves as a community library for the residents of the Hai Dian District of Beijing. To encourage the concept of community service, Peekabook House offers various volunteer opportunities, such as story time, book clubs, and book donation drives. Learn more.
Beijing Pengbo School
Beijing Pengbo Cultural Training School has a mission to promote the overall educational standards in China through social training programs for the purpose of building up a harmonious society. It seeks to organize training for culnerable groups to equip them with necessary skills for survival and independent lives, to organize exchange programs to help Chinese people experience overseas culture and offer opportunities for bilateral communications, and to organize activities to allow more people from around the world to understand and appreciated the traditional Chinese culture. Learn more.
Beijing Renmin University of China Education Foundation (RUCEF)
Renmin University of China Education Foundation is a private foundation with the objective to raise, receive and manage donations and funding for the University to promote teaching and research development. The Foundation is one of the foundations regulated by Beijing Civil Affairs Bureau, with large scale, good management and wide influence. Learn more.
Beijing Sun Village
Founded in 2000 as a non-governmental charitable organization, Beijing Sun Village has been dedicated to providing foster care and education for the children of convicts for over 14 years. Beijing Sun Village is committed to bring these minors together in a stable and warm family. Such an environment enables them to grow up both happily and healthily. Its charitable services include tailored educational programs, psychological counseling, rights protection and vocational training. Over the last 14 years, Sun Village has provided valuable assistance to more than 2000 children. Currently, more than 400 children are living at villages in Beijing, Xi'an, Xinxiang (Henan Province), Long County (Shanxi Province), Jiujiang (Jiangxi Province) and Datong (Qinghai Province). Learn more.
Beijing Western Sunshine
Beijing Western Sunshine Rural Development Foundation (BWSF) was established in May 2006 and dedicates its efforts to improving education and accelerating community development in rural areas of Western China. The organization's programs allow local residents to take initiative and encourage volunteers with diverse backgrounds to actively participate. BWSF has implemented a series of programs including teacher training, volunteer teaching, library building, and basic infrastructure building in Tanchang County, Gansu Province. Learn more.
Belgaum Diocesan Social Service Society (BDSSS)
Belgaum Diocesan Social Service Society (BDSSS) was established in 1992 with a focus on charitable, educational, rural and community development activities in 5 civil districts of northern Karnataka. The purpose of the organization shifted to development mode including empowerment or rural and urban poor, through the process of awareness building, sensitization, education, livestock management, training and exposure with participatory approaches to development. Learn more.
Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, one of India's largest telecommunications and retail companies, was established in 2000 to help underprivileged children and young people of India realize their potential. In 2006, the Bharti Foundation launched the Satya Bharti School Program to make quality, free education accessible to children in rural India. The program's goal is to empower millions of underprivileged children and youth in rural India by bridging the gap in education with innovative solutions. Bharti Foundation focuses on the poorest of the poor, and particularly girls. Bharti Foundation plans to establish 500 Satya Bharti primary schools and 50 senior secondary and vocational training schools across rural India. Currently 236 schools are operational. Learn more.
Bhoruka Charitable Trust (BCT)
Bhoruka Charitable Trust (BCT) was founded in 1962 and operates programs that address issues of rural development, water, sanitation, health, and income generation, as well as HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and support for the infected and affected populations of India. Learn more.
Binzhou City Advanced Technical School
Binzhou ATS, founded in 1987, is one of the key vocational schools at the National Level focusing in lathe cutting processing, fitter, numerical control lathe, and related courses. Workers trained under these programs earn Secondary Vocational Skills (National 4 Grade) or Senior Vocational Skills (National 3 Grade) and acquire the Production Safety Credentials. Learn more.
Bombay St. Xavier’s College Society- Resource Center for the Visually Challenged
Bombay St. Xavier's College Society-Resource Center for the Visually Challenged (XRCVC) was established in 1971 to facilitate the development of an inclusive society that will provide equal opportunities for holistic growth for the visually challenged. Learn more.
Bombay Teen Challenge
Bombay Teen Challenge (BTC), a registered NGO since 1990, is primarily involved in activities of rescue, rehabilitation, health, education and social welfare of drug addicts, alcoholics, women trapped in prostitution, at-risk daughters of prostitutes and other girls vulnerable to the sex industry, destitute children, affected and infected AIDS orphans and beggar children in Mumbai, India. The programs facilitate the growth and development of every deprived man, woman and child enabling him/her to integrate into society as a normal citizen of the nation. BTC is also involved in promoting public awareness on the problems of drug addiction, conducting AIDS awareness campaigns in Kamatipura, Mumbai's red light district, and providing treatment and rehabilitation of AIDS victims. Learn more.
Buddhism for Development
Buddhism for Development was founded by a group of Cambodian Buddhist monks in 1991 in order to help resettle fellow Cambodians into a new peaceful society following three long decades of conflict. BFD works in the fields of education, health and socio-economic development across seven provinces and different religious communities. Per our field officer in Cambodia, BFD is well respected within the wider Cambodian community. Learn more.
Earthquakes do not kill people; poorly built buildings do. Build Change is an international non-profit social enterprise that designs earthquake-resistant, sustainable and culturally appropriate housing in developing countries and trains builders, homeowners, engineers, and government officials to build them. Build Change leaves in place permanent change in construction practice by building local skills and stimulating local demand. Learn more.
Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (CARD)
Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (CARD MRI) is a global leader in the microfinance industry, and is owned and led by members upholding the core values of excellence, competence, integrity, family-spirit, humility and simplicity. CARD MRI is committed to building sustainable financial and capacity-building institutions owned and led by socially and economically challenged families. Learn more.
Centre for Sustainability Leadership
Founded in 2006, the Centre for Sustainability Leadership (CSL) works to empower young people to make their communities sustainable. CSL provides courses that combine leadership training and sustainability education, with the goal of creating real and systemic change through sustainability leadership and innovation. Learn more.
An initiative to provide free education to illiterate children and women has given birth to Change Nepal in 2003. It provides educational programs, skills training, vocational education and human rights education. Change Nepal aims to free the children and women of Nepal from all exploitative conditions, and increase their awareness and access to social services so that they can lead a better life. Change Nepal dedicates itself to help create a better society of literate, skillful and active citizens to help the development of Nepal. Learn more.
Changjun High School of Changsha
Changjun High School and Middle School were founded in 1904 and the high school was the only school at the provincial level at that time. The school leads Hunan Province in university enrollment rates and is a model for the provonce. The school operates under the authority of the Changsha Educational Bureau. Learn more.
Chengdu Education Foundation
The Chengdu Educational Foundation was founded in 1989 as a non-profit organization legally registered under the Department of Civil Affairs in Sichuan Province, China. CEF uses public funds and donations to support outstanding teachers and to help students of poor families finish their studies and reach their potential. Learn more.
Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine (TCM)
The Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) was founded in 1956, making it one of the earliest established traditional Chinese medicine universities in China. Learn more.
Child at Street 11
Child at Street 11 is licensed to operate a childcare centre . It runs a school which helps children and needy families realize their potential. Their main programme is to provide childcare and Before and After School Care (BASC) services which include: a holistic and experiential learning environment to help children from underprivileged homes become independent learners; extend the children's natural curiosity so that they develop their activity and imagination in their work and can explore the feelings of awe, wonder, delight and mystery; enable parents to support their children's learning and promote harmony within their families; and promote responsible citizenship by involving the community in fund raising and other support programmes. Learn more.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center of Guangdong Province was founded in 1986. Its mission is to protect and promote children's healthy development. Its primary activities include research, training of those who work with children, and promoting field knowledge of child development principles. Learn more.
Children Health & Education Foundation (CHAEF)
Children Health & Education Foundation (CHAEF) was established in September 2003 with an aim to establish and maintain healthcare and education centers that provide various services to the very poor in Pakistan. Their goal is to establish 1,000 basic healthcare centers across Pakistan. In addition, CHAEF is also aiming to raise awareness about the importance of preventive measures and healthcare. Learn more.
Childrens Medical Foundation
The Children's Medical Foundation was established in 1995, with an objective to build capacity within high impact healthcare areas to deliver effective programs which complement government initiatives and serve as a catalyst for the expansion of quality children's healthcare. Our current geographic focus is China where infant mortality in rural areas is amongst the highest in Asia and where we have established strong historical institutional relationships. Going toward our vision is to build and fund similar delivery models in other developing Asian countries. Learn more.
China Children and Teenager’s Fund (CCTF)
China Children and Teenagers Fund (CCTF) was established in 1981 as the first charitable foundation in China. Over the past 28 years, CCTF has been working to create a safe and healthy environment for growth by fostering and assisting in developing education and welfare for children and teenagers, especially in the impoverished regions of China. Learn more.
China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA)
The China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA) operates under the supervision of the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation. Since its inception in 1996, the CFPA Microfinance Group has become one of the largest NGO MFIs in China. The CFPA Microfinance Group employs a group lending strategy based on the Grameen model, targeting groups of four to seven borrowers with no required collateral. The borrowing group ultimately becomes a self-governing system that promotes accountability and maintains high loan repayment rates. Learn more.
China Pharmaceutical University (CPU)
CPU is a university in Nanjing, China that specializes in the pharmaceutical sciences. Originally the National Pharmaceutical School, it was founded in 1936, and is one of the "211 project" key universities affiliated with the Ministry of Education. CPU was the first independent school of pharmacy and is one of the largest multi-specialty universities of pharmacy in China. Learn more.
China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF)
CUSEF was established in 2007 with a mission to improve communications and enhance understandings between the peoples of China and the United States. CUSEF is carrying out its mission through research initiatives, academic exchanges, seminars and conferences. Learn more.
China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF)
China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF) is a national nonprofit organization founded by the All-China Youth Federation in Beijing in 1989. The mission of CYDF is to help young people build capacity and improve the environment for their development. They do this by providing aid services, and giving a voice to the interests of youths. Learn more.
Chinese Medical Association
Chinese Medical Association (CMA) was founded in 1915 and is comprised of 83 nationwide sub-associations across China. CMA manages China's health care education and clinical trials, evaluates drugs, and sponsors more than 100 conferences annually. CMA provides continuing education to medical professionals and the general public, and also publishes medical journals. Learn more.
Chongqing University is a public institution operating under the State Ministry of Education in China. The university runs a graduate school and a wide range of undergraduate programs. Learn more.
Community Aid and Sponsorship Program (CASP)
Community Aid & Sponsorship Program (CASP) is a national volunteer organization founded by Dr. Sharatchandra Gokhale in 1975 to sponsor the education of children of leprosy-affected families. CASP has since evolved to focus on providing access to education for all underprivileged students across India by sponsoring their education and helping build the capacity of local and rural schools. The CASP Pune branch was established in 1980 for children from local slum areas. The focus is to ensure the health, education and empowerment of the community. Learn more.
COPPADES (Committee for the Promotion of Public Awareness and Development Studies) is a non-profit NGO involved in social development activities in rural Nepal, and has played a significant role in the empowerment of people below the poverty line in remote communities in Nepal. Learn more.
Curtin University is Western Australia's largest and most multicultural university. It has a strong commitment to international engagement with Australia's third largest international student population. It maintains a campus in Sarawak, Malaysia while also conducting face-to-face teaching in a number of countries. This cultural diversity adds a rich and valuable dimension to its campus atmosphere and also prepares its graduates to live and work in an increasingly global environment. Learn more.
Dr. Anjali Morris Health and Education Foundation (AMF)
Dr. Anjali Morris Education & Health Foundation (AMF) is a charitable, non-profit organization that provides direct services to children with learning disabilities and funds programs and organizations that work with children and families. Its mission is to enhance the education and health of children in Pune, India, and the surrounding areas. Children who learn differently face extraordinary challenges in the classroom and later on as adults. The AMF offers several programs for children with Learning Differences. Learn more.
Faith Foundation started about 6 years back as a personal journey to give something back to the community from which we so abundantly receive. The idea was simple, with no concrete program or project; it was all about spending some time with children and young adults who spent most of their lives in adversities beyond our imagination. We started with inter personal exchanges and provision of some nutritious food for these children. Learn more.
Fuping Development Institute (FDI)
FDI was established in 2002 by Provisional Regulations for the Registration and Administration of Private Non-Enterprise Institutions. It was established by renowned scholars, entrepreneurs and development practitioners, including Mao Yushi, Wu Jinglian, Tang Min and Liu Chuanzhi. Fuping Development Institute was originally dedicated to promoting poverty alleviation, social equality and sustainable development. Learn more.
Gaomi Technical School
Gaomi Technical School is a key national and provincial technical school with 4 teaching and practicing centers: DC Technology Center, Auto Engineering Center, Electrical Welding Center and Welding Center. It has 13 secondary and advanced specialized subjects with core courses im welding and soldering techniques, metal cutting and auto engineering. Workers trained in the school qualify for secondary vocational skills (National 4 Grade) or senior vocational skills (National 3 grade). Learn more.
Going to School
Established in 2003, Going to School (GTS) is a non-profit media trust based in New Delhi, which makes media (movies, books, radio) for children with content that both makes going to school relevant to their lives, and also is lots of fun. It is committed to working with partners to ensure that as many children as possible see their media. GTS media encourages children to go to school, to make their education relevant to their lives, and to create their own opportunities once they have finished school. Learn more.
Goonj has been creating a nationwide movement to forge long-term strategic relationships between rich urban schools and rural schools where the former make an investment in their rural, disadvantaged counterparts by contributing under utilized school supplies. Learn more.
The Gospel Gift Mission Charitable Trust was established in 2004 to help eradicate poverty by overcoming illiteracy and the inequality caused by it. Learn more.
Grace Charity Foundation
Grace Charity Foundation's mission is to promote education for underprivileged children in the remote districts of Guizhou. Since it was established in 2000, GCF has already supported more than 800 schools ranging from primary, secondary and technical school. The organization is managed by volunteers, most of whom are retired teachers, school principals, and accountants. Learn more.
Guanzhuang Middle School
Guanzhuang Middle School was founded in 1966 and is managed within the administrative system of Liling City Bureau of Education. Learn more.
Hangzhou Dianzi University
Hangzhou Dianzi University was established in 1956 by approval of the State Council of the People's Republic of China. The university's primary activities are scientific research and university-level education. Learn more.
Hanoi Children Funds
Established in 2002, Hanoi Children Protection Funds is a unit of the Labor and Social Welfare Services of Hanoi City that organizes campaigns to support the necessities and care of children. The Fund conducts various activities including providing children with health care, high quality education through scholarships and library equipment, special support and care for those who are disabled, and disaster relief and recovery work. Learn more.
Hebei Huaye Vocational School
Hebei Huaye Vocational School is an advanced vocational school providing professional skills training and vocational guidance to mid-level and advanced technicians. The core majors cover mechanical and electrical, welding, electornis, mechanical processing, industrial automation and the like. The courses are designed to train skilled workers to qualify with secondary vocational skills (National 4 Grade) or senior vocational skills (National 3 Grade). The school was founded in 1982 and currently has 3,000 students. Learn more.
HOPE foundation (an affiliate of HOPE worldwide ) is a grassroots nonprofit organization that has gained tremendous expertise through nearly two decades of service to people in need. Our ability to combine compassion and professionalism is among the reasons we are a preferred partner to both the Indian government and many corporates all over India . With national disasters we focus on both immediate relief and long-term rehabilitation. The floods in South India have a left a trail of death and devastation. Over 200 people have died, and a million have been rendered homeless. Our teams on the ground have provided medical care, food and clothing. As time progresses, the emphasis would shift to long-term rehabilitation. If funds allow, initial investments would be designed to dovetail into initiatives related to education, training and micro-finance. Learn more.
Huzhou No. 2 High School
With over 100 years of history, Huzhou No. 2 High School is the provincial 1st level key high school. Learn more.
ICMC is a private company in Mongolia that is serving as the fiduciary agent for an endowment of high education chairs. They maintain a trust account and make disbursements to National University of Mongolia when requested. Learn more.
Initiative for Development Foundation (IDF)
IDF is a NGO, registered in November 2001 as a charitable trust by the developmental bankers and social entrepreneurs with its head office in Bangalore and Regional Office in Dharwad. The primary areas of work include training and mentoring micro enterprises among underprivileged people, promotion of cluster and group enterprises, sustainable livelihoods, natural resource management, financial inclusion and, promotion of micro finance institutions, women business counseling, developmental studies and dissemination of knowledge and skills. For these areas IDF works with Central and State Government, Public Sector and Banks, Development Banks, and developmental NGOs in the implementation of policies and programmes. Learn more.
Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS)
The Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS) was established in 1951. Being the only national research institute in psychology in China, the Institute of Psychology carries out a wide range of research in comprehensive and systematic studies of the human mind, the neural and genetic basis of basic psychological functions, the individual and social aspects of human development, and maturation across the life-span. The ultimate objectives of the Institute are to improve the well being and mental health of Chinese people, and to promote the economic, social, and harmonious development of China. Learn more.
International Development Enterprises (India)
IDEI is an Indian not -for- profit enterprise committed to providing long-term solutions to poverty, hunger and malnutrition. We stimulate a sustainable and free market by creating demand for affordable technologies and ensuring a sustainable supply chain. Learn more.
Established in 2003, Jamghat is a registered NGO that aims to help children living and working on the streets of Delhi to realize their dreams. We support children to re-join society by offering opportunities for street children and society alike to make changes in their lives. With a Residential home and a health and day Care Centre for children plus Educational Theatre and Nightwalks for society , we bridge the gap between privileged and underprivileged. Learn more.
Janakalyan was formed in 1997 by a team of professionals committed to empowering the underprivileged. It is focused on livelihood, health, education, sanitation and organic agriculture. Learn more.
Jimo City Technical School
Jimo City Technical School is a national key vocational school which provided mid-level and advanced technicians for secondary industry. It also takes on the responsibility of social training. It has about 10 core courses including lathing, welding, forging and electrical engineering. The graduate can obtain the degree and certificate issued by the government. Learn more.
Jinchuan Bureau of Education (BOE)
Jinchuan BOE is a government agency under Jinchuan County People's Government and has managed the local education for many years, and has implemented several reforms and projects including international education aid projects. Learn more.
K C Mahindra Education Trust (KCMET)
KC Mahindra Education Trust (KCMET) initiated the Nanhi Kali Project in 1996 with an objective to provide primary education to underprivileged girls in India. The project has successfully evolved over the years into a national girls sponsorship program, which supports the education of girls by providing not only academic support but also material support in the form of uniforms, clothes, notebooks, etc. Learn more.
Kampuchean Action for Primary Education
KAPE is an organization that seeks to improve both the quality of and access to basic education for children living in Cambodia. The agency was founded in 1999 by local stakeholders including educators and community members. In this sense, the agency's establishment represents a unique experiment in stakeholder driven development. KAPE seeks to assist the Cambodian government to realize recently proposed educational reforms that focus on increased access to education by vulnerable groups. KAPE currently has programs to serve the following groups who are often marginalized in Cambodian schools, particularly at upper levels: The Poor, Girls and the Physically Challenged Children. KAPE has served approximately 80,000 children in over 200 schools since its inception in 1999. Learn more.
Karadi Path Education Co.
Kardi Path Education Co. is a for-profit organization that develops and disseminates innovative educational products and services, especially for deprived sections of people. Learn more.
Karnataka Lingayat Education (KLE) Society
Karnataka Lingayat Education (KLE) Society has been spearheading the movement for social change through education since 1916. It currently operates over 160 institutions in Karnataka and south Maharashtra. Give2Asia has supported the BVB College of Engineering and Technology, which was established in 1947 under the aegis of KLE Society. It is a premier engineering educational institute in the state of Karnataka. It offers 11 undergraduate programs and six post-graduate programs in various engineering disciplines. The college is a prominent institution working for the development of North Karnataka through its participation in government activities and non-government entities. Learn more.
Karya Salemba Empat-KS4
Yayasan Karya Salemba Empat (KS4) was established in 1998 in response to the 1997 financial crisis to help poor students continue their education with financial assistance. Learn more.
Kids and Future Foundation (KFF)
K&F was founded in March 2000 by Ja Song and funds of willing venture entrepreneurs in Korea. We are committed to realize the dreams and imaginative power of children in Korea and provide them a foundation for a better future. We have board of directors and a "100 Persons Committee" that is accountable for our organization. In 2009, we were awarded the Samil Transparency Award, which recognized us for ethical and transparent operation of the organization. Learn more.
Knowing Is Doing Something (KIDS)
Knowing Is Doing Something (KIDS) is a non-profit organization that focuses on organizing social and educational events for handicapped children with the support of volunteers. Learn more.
Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkheum
Kumar Ney Kdey Sangkheum (KNKS) is a non-political, non-profit, non-government Cambodian Organization located in Pursat Province, Cambodia. It was localized from Project 507 of the Wathnakpheap Organization in January 2003 and registered with the Ministry of Interior on March 18 2003. KNKS is a Combodian NGO that supports the right of vulnerable children to live in a healthy, safe and secure society, achieve an education, and develop to their full potential. We work with children who have been victimized by sex trafficking, domestic violence, child rape, child labor, and other forms of abuse. Using a combination of direct service, technical assistance and advocacy, we teach basic life skills and vocational training to end the cycle of abuse. We work with village leaders to provide adequate health care, accessible education, and violence-free homes for their children. Learn more.
Founded in 1909 and located in Lanzhou, the capital city of Gansu Province, Lanzhou University is one of the key universities under the Ministry of Education, China. Currently, it houses 23 schools including the School of Chinese Language and Literature, School of Journalism and Communication, School of History and Culture, School of Economics, and School of Management. Lanzhou University is also active in developing international education exchange and cooperation through the international exchange of post-graduate students, visiting scholars and scientific research cooperation with universities and organizations from more than 30 foreign countries and regions. Learn more.
Life Changing Experiences
The Life Changing Experiences (LCE) initiatives support teenage girls in Australia at risk of abuse and/or neglect. Their primary program, the SISTER2sister Program, is a 12-month mentoring program that assigns professional women as individual mentors for severely disengaged teenage girls. Additional support programs include Butterfly Support Services, which offer personalized services as required for beneficiaries; Butterfly Opportunities in which girls collaborate with local businesses and educators to develop skills and gain work experience; Butterfly Enterprises, which provide opportunities for business ventures and business mentoring; and Mentor for a Day, which presents a one-day snapshot of the mentoring experience for corporate staff and girls on the waiting lists for programs. Learn more.
Life Skills Development Foundation
Life Skills Development Foundation (LSDF) is a registered Thai nonprofit organization and was founded in 1998 as part of Save the Children's (USA) transition strategy when closing its operational presence in Thailand. LSDF's mission is to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children and families by increasing the capacity of those who organize an active participatory learning approach for government and NGOs. Learn more.
Luodian County Bureau of Education
The Luodian Education Bureau is the local education authority in Luodian County and is a government agency. Luodian Bureau of education oversees the operation of all 216 schools in the region. The bureau has nine departments for central administration and 26 sub-offices in towns and villages to serve the needs of students and teachers. Learn more.
Majelis Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Pimpinan Pusat Muhammadiyah
Muhammadiyah is the second largest Islamic organization in Indonesia. Muhammadiyah has devoted itself to social and educational activities to assist the disadvantaged and underprivileged. Learn more.
Malenadu Education and Rural Development Society (MEARDS)
Malenadu Education and Rural Development Society (MEARDS) is a registered trust working in the Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka since 1998. It works in the area of education and overall development of the underprivileged rural population. Learn more.
Maoming Transportation Technical School
The Maoming Transportation Technical School (TTS) is one of the key vocational schools at the provincial level. It has passed the national key test for especially skilled workers assessment. The school has also been recognized as an Advanced Unit in Guang Dong Province Education System, Excellent Technical School of Maoming City and Advanced Science Unit in vocational and educational system. Founded in 1987, the school has graduated about 100,000 students. Learn more.
Mary MacKillop East Timor Mission (MMET) is a subsidiary of the Mary MacKillop International Mission. The people of the newly independent nation of Timor-Leste, determined to overcome the illiteracy, poverty and poor health they suffer, have indicated that education is their highest priority. The organization's work is to foster opportunities for the Timorese people's advancement especially through literacy education in the Tetun language. MMET also designs, develops, publishes, and distributes community health books and resources for basic instruction and information. The organization works with and supports Timorese people of any race, religion and color in health education, compassionate care and other educational and cultural initiatives. Learn more.
MelJol was founded in 1999 to develop citizenship skills amongst children by focusing on their rights and responsibilities, and providing them with opportunities to contribute to the environment. It is the first NGO to start a child's right education program in schools in India. Learn more.
Mental Health Association in Taiwan (MHAT)
The Mental Health Association in Taiwan was first established in 1955. It is engaged in the promotion of Mental Health, specifically in mental illness prevention and the development of mental treatment and intervention. Learn more.
Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps works amid disasters, conflicts, chronic poverty and instability to unleash the potential of people who can win against nearly impossible odds. Since 1979, Mercy Corps has provided $1.5 billion in assistance to people in 106 nations. Supported by headquarters offices in North America and Europe, the agency's unified global programs employ 3,500 staff worldwide and reach nearly 16.4 million people in more than 35 countries. Learn more.
Mission Australia is a non denominational Christian, empowering and compassionate community service organisation. We have been helping to transform the lives of Australians in need for almost 150 years. Arising historically from various City Missions, including Sydney City Mission, our founding purpose is to meet human need and to give expression to the love of God. We believe in helping Australians in need get back on their feet through Employment, Training, Housing, Family, Youth and Community Services. We are committed to eliminating disadvantage and creating a fairer Australia. With more than 450 services across metropolitan, rural and regional Australia - in every state and territoty - we assist more than 300,000 people each year. Learn more.
Mith Samlanh – Friends
Mith Samlanh was established in 1994 for the social reintegration of street children. Mith Samlanh aims to 1) meet the immediate essential needs of street children, 2) reintegrate the children into their families, society, culture, and publics school system, and 3) build the capacity of local staff to help the organization become self sustaining without foreign intervention. Mith Samlanh services include outreach, a boarding house/daytime shelter and transitional home, remedial school, a training center, family and employment integration, HIV/AIDS prevention and support, reproductive health education, and drugs prevention and rehabilitation. Mith Samlanh provides extensive and comprehensive services for over 1,500 children a day. Learn more.
Mongolian Children’s Aid Foundation (MCAF)
Mongolian Children's Aid Foundation (MCAF) develops programs and sponsors projects to improve living conditions, provide increased education and employment opportunities, and promote the health and general welfare of Mongolian children who are either orphans or who are not able to live with their families for economic or social reasons. Learn more.
Mountain Children’s Foundation
Mountain Children's Foundation (MCF) has been working in rural mountain communities in the Indian state of Uttarakhand since 2002. In the past 5 years, MCF has built a network of 7,700 children through 25 voluntary organizations deeply rooted in the rural communities. MCF taps into the children's enthusiasm and energy to help them change their world from the ground up. MCF's monthly magazine called PABAM connects children from distant villages to one another. MCF also builds bridges based on trust and shared purpose between the young people, voluntary organizations, and various government entities. Details can be found at www.mymountains.org. Learn more.
Founded in September 2007, Nanjing Community Development Center for Facilitators is the first and only registered non-profit NGO serving migrant populations in the Yangtze Delta. Meeting the needs of Nanjing migrants, Nanjing Facilitators aims to promote the migrant population's life in the urban city and help enhance their self-development and self-service capacity through relevant programs. Nanjing Facilitators is seeking to create a development model for migrant people's communities. It also wants to develop a localized social working model through its projects on community development, capacity building, community-based counseling, migrant people's rights protection, legal publicity, social work promotion, public education and policy advocacy. Learn more.
Nanxun High School
Founded in 1925 and registered under the Administration of Huzhou Municipal Education Bureau, Nanxun High School provides K10-K12 education to high school students. Learn more.
National Chengchi University (NCCU)
Established in 1927 in Taiwan, National Chengchi University (NCCU) is noted for its humanities and social sciences disciplines. It currently houses nine colleges, 33 departments, two BA modules, and 48 graduate institutes. NCCU's mission is to continue the outstanding traditions of humanities and social sciences, balancing both teaching and research, theory and practice, and internationalization and domestication of academic disciplines. NCCU's vision is to build a first-rate international academic temple that nurtures "humane, global, and innovative" successors for the new century. Learn more.
Navodaya Educational & Environment Development Service (NEEDS)
Navodaya Educational & Environment Development Service (NEEDS) aims to improve natural resource management, governance, capacity-building and entrepreneurship development in India. NEEDS was established in 1992 and has been actively implementing various projects ranging from empowering women and the poor to promoting community learning movements. Learn more.
Ningbo University Education Development Foundation was founded on January 17, 2007. The Foundation is registered with Zhejiang Provincial Civil Affairs Department and with Zhejiang Provincial Education Department being its overhead competent business unit. The Foundation aims at promoting the development of the university, raising fund via multi-channels, improving education level, which includes awarding teachers and students, supporting education construction, helping introduce talent, and funding academic communications. etc. Learn more.
Non-Profit Incubator (NPI)
Non-Profit Incubator (NPI) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization registered in Pudong New District of Shanghai. NPI has been working to advance social innovations and cultivate social entrepreneurs in China. It aims to provide critical support for newly established NPOs and social enterprises. It is also actively exploring innovative growth pathes for NGO supporting organizations during the booming Third Sector development in China. Learn more.
Pacific Links Foundation
Founded in 2001, PALS builds capacity among Vietnamese communities with the goal of fostering sustainable development. The An Giang Dong Thap Alliance for the Prevention of Trafficking (ADAPT) is a project of PALS working to prevent the trafficking of young girls and women by enhancing their educational attainment and improving their vocational choices through a supportive web of services. Since 2005 ADAPT has been providing scholarships, vocational training and reintegration services to girls at-risk of trafficking and those who have been victims of trafficking. Learn more.
Padi Pratama Foundation
Yayasan Padi Pratama, or Padi Pratama Foundation, was established in 2004 in Indonesia with a mission to enhance the quality of public education through the improvement of facilities for students, especially elementary school students. Its main projects and activities include renovating elementary school buildings and facilities that were affected by disasters (for instance the 2004 tsunami in Aceh and the 2006 earthquake in Yogyakarta), giving books, establishing libraries, and providing financial assistance to deserving elementary students. Learn more.
Pakistan Voluntary Health and Nutrition Association (PAVHNA)
PAVHNA's initial work focused on nutrition for severely malnourishes children [based on the 1978 Micro Nutrient Survey in Pakistan] and immunization, but it was soon realized that nutrition was too narrow a focus and to achieve objectives of better health for women and children the projects needed to be far more integrated and with a broader vision. The scope of work was enlarged to include women's and children's health especially reproductive hearlth (RH) and training for all levels of NGO personnel. It exceeded its original mandate long ago. Learn more.
Parikrma Humanity Foundation
Founded in 2003, Parikrma is an Indian organization working to unleash the potential of under-served children in urban India. Parikrma provides children with new life opportunities and helps them become valuable contributing members of the community. Learn more.
People Who Establish Small Libraries (PWESL)
People Who Establish Small Libraries began as a volunteer effort and was registered as an NGO in 1997. They have established about 145 libraries in rural villages in Korea. Learn more.
Philippine American Charitable Trust Foundation (PACT)
The mission and purpose of PACT Foundation is to provide educational support for college students attending Bicol University in Legazpi City, Albay, Philippines. The support includes all tuition, fees, and monthly stipends for the duration of the degree (four to five years). Other universities and disciplines in the Philippines are supported on a case-by-case basis. The PACT Foundation also plans to provide support to Bicol University with infrastruture, equipment, and other education needs. Learn more.
Po Leung Kuk
Po Leung Kuk is one of the largest charities in Hong Kong. It was established in 1878, starting as an orphanage and shelter for homeless young girls. Over the past years, Po Leung Kuk has developed into a diversified charity organization with over 230 service units providing assistance through schools, social service units and holiday camps. It serves children, youth, families, elderly people, and mentally handicapped persons. Learn more.
PSKD Mandiri School
PSKD Mandiri School was founded in July 1996 to provide education that follows the national curriculum. Classes are taught with a student-centered, inquiry-based approach to learning. The school's aim is to enable students and teachers to realize their potential as effective global citizens. Learn more.
Pui Ching Middle School
Pui Ching Middle School is a prestigious and well run private school in Hong Kong. Learn more.
Queensland University of Technology
QUT is one of Australia's largest universities, conducting education and research across most major disciplines. As a "university for the real world" QUT has a particular focus on vocational courses and applied research to meet the needs of business, industry and the professions. QUT's faculty of Built Environment and Engineering conducts teaching and research across disciplines associated with engineering, architecture, construction management and design. The Faculty has a close relationship with the Southbank institute of Technology, which includes a program to ease articulation between the Institute's Associate Degree in Engineering and QUT's Bachelor of Engineering degree. Learn more.
Raoping Elementary School
Raoping Elementary School provides elementary students with an environment conducive to learning, hardwork, creativity and fun. In harnessing the true potential of the children, the curriculum incorporates the theory of multiple intelligences in providing diversified learning surroundings and materials, creating opportunities for the children to be successful. Learn more.
Resource Development International – Cambodia (RDIC)
Operating since 1998, Resource Development International-Cambodia is a 501(c) (3) organization which serves the people of Cambodia through projects utilizing appropriate technologies, education, and volunteerism. Their projects range from implementation of water treatment and rainwater harvesting technologies, to a full studio that produces children's television programs, public service announcements, and even Karaoke songs that include educational messages. Learn more.
Resources for the Blind
Resources for the Blind has a mission to design and implement programs that would remove obstacles and provide the services, training, materials, and equipment needed for those with visual impairment to reach their full potential in life and service. Learn more.
Rugao Technician School
Rugao Technician School (TS), founded in 1986, is one of the key vocational schools at the national level. It is the provincial test base for especially skilled workers. Tcore majors cover welding, machinery, ship fitting, electrotechnology of ship service, CNC lathing, and Maintenance of Agricultural Machinery. The goal of the school is to train skilled workers to qualify with secondary vocational skills (National 4 Grade) or senior vocational skills (National 3 Grade). Learn more.
Rural China Education Foundation (RCEF)
RCEF was founded in 2005 to promote education in rural China that empowers students to improve their lives and their communities. RCEF brings together rural teachers, community members, education experts, and volunteers from inside and outside of China to pioneer new models of education based on the needs of rural China. RCEF's programs include experimental schools in rural China, volunteering opportunities, public education, and small grants for Chinese organizations that share its philosophy. Learn more.
Rural Education Action Project (REAP)
The Rural Education Action Project (REAP) is a joint effort of the Stanford University School of Education and Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, in collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Northwest Socio-economic Development Research Center and Tsinghua and Peking universities. REAP works to provide assistance, such as scholarships and training, to poor, rural students for middle school, high school, vocational college and university. REAP will also integrate experiment-based research into targeted policy assistance in order to evaluate new curriculum. REAP will improve K-12+ education programs by providing policymakers with clear, science-based results that help shape successful policies. Learn more.
Sahana Charitable Trust for the Disabled (SCTD)
Sahana is a registered non-governmental, voluntary organization in Karnataka established in 2002 and formally registered in 2003 with a seed money from GMR groups, Bangalore. Sahana started its activities with the intention of providing accademic books in Braille, to the visually impaired college going students and also quality training as a backup, to make them more independent and to help them in earning their daily bread and leading their life with dignity. The Trust was formed by five visually challenged persons having an intention to help other blind and low-vision persons. We started by providing job opportunities to the visually impaired, for transcribing text books (Standard I to Post Graduation) and other general printed material into Braille, with the help of a group of volunteer readers. These books are issued to the needy students absolutely free of cost. Learn more.
Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled
Samarthanam was founded in 1997 with the mission of providing free housing and education facilities for visually-impaired children. Samarthanam's programs have grown to support more than 40,000 children with various needs in Karnataka, India. The organization also provides quality residential school facilities for disabled and underprivileged children in Bangalore. Learn more.
Samsara Foundation supports the education of underprivileged rural children in Northern Thailand, regardless of religious or ethnic background. The foundation believes that education is the key to eradicating poverty and furthering the development of a society. It focuses on children from remote mountain villages in the provinces of Mae Hong Son and Mae Sariang, home to many hill people like the Karen (refugees from Burma) and the Hmong. In order to help raise the living standard and educational opportunities for hill tribe communities, the foundation provides over 100 scholarships to poor children for a period of three years, supports the construction of dorms and canteens for students and teachers, and installs clean water systems such as rainwater tanks. Samsara Foundation operated under the umbrella of the Foundation for the Education of Rural Children for six years until it obtained its own legal registration in 2008. Learn more.
Saraswati Mandir Trust
The Saraswati Mandir Trust was founded in September 1994 to provide quality education to children with mental retardation, autism and multiple disabilities. The trust is committed to providing regular education facilities, and quality educational programs and services for such children so that they are integrated into society as early as possible. Providing quality inclusive education is the ultimate objective. The Saraswati Mandir Trust believes that every child will learn more and be able to achieve more when provided with a normal education environment that keeps his/her individual needs in mind. Learn more.
Sarhad Rural Support Programme (SRSP)
Established in 1989, the Sarhad Rural Support Program (SRSP) aims pro-actively promote people-centered development by improving the livelihoods of poor and vulnerable communities in the North West Frontier of Pakistan. SRSP has programs in the areas of social mobilization, gender and development, physical infrastructure, water and environmental sanitation, natural resource management, microfinance and enterprise development, relief and rehabilitation, program monitoring and evaluation, and assistance for internally displaced people. Learn more.
Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University
Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration was founded by Chulalongkorn University with the support of the Kellogg School of Management and the Wharton Business School. This management education collaboration pioneered the use of world-class professors complemented by full-time Sasin faculty and other experts in Southeast Asia. Learn more.
Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan Muhammadiyah 3 (SMK 3)
SMK Muhammadiyah 3 Yogyakarta, founded in 1969 , is a vocational hish school with 6 Program expertise: Architecture, Engineering, Electrical Power Installation Engineering, Electronics Engineering, machine Engineering, lightweight Vehicle Engineering and Computer Engineering and Networks. It has over 1,600 students Learn more.
Shaanxi Mothers Association
The Shaanxi Volunteer Mothers Association for Environmental Protection was established in 1997 and registered in 2005. Their mission is to encourage women to participate in environmental protection and promote the harmonious development of family and ecology. Learn more.
Shaanxi Women’s Federation
Shaanxi Women's Federation is an established and reputable non-governmental organization under the leadership of the All China Women's Federation, dedicated to the advancement of Chinese women. Learn more.
Shandan Bailie School of Gansu Province
Shandan Bailie School of Gansu Province is a full-time secondary vocational school that was established in 1985 with the support of the Gansu government and friends from overseas, including the New Zealand China Friendship Society. The school trains students in a vocation so that they can better support their families and communities without migrating to a large distant city for work. The school also provides training for farmers. The goal of the Shandan Bailie School of Gansu Province is in line with China's nine year compulsory education to train secondary skilled technicians for social development. Learn more.
Shanghai International Studies
Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) is a national university established in December 1949 by the National Education Department and the Shanghai Municipal Government. SISU mainly focuses on educating and training undergraduates and advanced students in international relations, foreign languages, business, economics, computer engineering and law. SISU has a diverse student body coming from various parts of China, Hong Kong, Macao, and Xinjiang. Learn more.
Shanghai Jiaotong University Education Development Foundation
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), formerly the Nang Yang Public School, was founded in 1896 by Mr. Sheng Xuanhuai. It is one of the oldest universities in China. The university, through its century-long history, has nurtured large numbers of outstanding figures and made significant contributions to the prosperity of the nation and the development of science and technology. Today, SJTU boasts 20 academic schools housing 60 undergraduate programs, 152 masters-degree programs, 93 Ph.D programs, and 16 post-doctorate programs. Learn more.
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Shanghai University of Finance & Economics was established in 1917 by the Ministry of Education. It is a multidisciplinary institution of higher learning focused on applied economics and management with theoretical economics as a foundation. Learn more.
Shenyang Pharmaceutical University (SPU)
SPU is a university in Shenyang, Liaoning, China. Founded in 1931, SPU is one of only two comprehensive pharmaceutical universities in China. SPU has developed into a multidisciplinary institute of higher learning, covering diverse majors within the domain of pharmaceutical study. It consists of the schools of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Traditional Chinese Medicines, Business Administration, Basic Courses and Adult Education. Learn more.
Sichuan Overseas Chinese Affairs Office (OCAO)
The Overseas Chinese Affairs Office Sichuan Provincial People's Government (Sichuan OCAO) works under the Sichuan Provincial People's Government and is in charge of overseas Chinese affairs. Sichuan OCAO is the authority for administrative supervision, guiding and receipt of donations in Sichuan. They are also responsible for the use of funds, and implementation of policy. They have received over RMB400 million, and have built over 500 schools, 2 libraries, a cultural center, and 32 clinics in Sichuan since 2001. Learn more.
Sikshana was formed in 2002 by a group of professional to improve the state of public education in India. the group has since been strengthened by the induction of other lik-minded persons bringing in with them varied and divers expertise. The effort is focused in the primary and secondary education and is limited to initiatives which help in improving the quality of education provided by the government schools. Learn more.
Singapore Management University (SMU)
Singapore Management University (SMU) aims to groom outstanding business leaders and creative entrepreneurs capable of exceling in a rapidly changing and dynamic world. SMU is known to be a pioneer for its interactive pedagogy of seminar-style teaching in small class sizes which remains its unique hallmark. Today, SMU is home to more than 6,000 students and comprises six schools, including the Lee Kong Chian School of Business, School of Accountancy, School of Economics, School of Social Sciences, School of Information Systems, and School of Law. SMU offers bachelor's, master's, and PhD degree programs in business and management-related areas, ranging from Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Wealth management, Law, Information Systems, and Social Science. It also has a dedicated Office of Research, a number of institutes and centers of excellence, and provides public and customized programs for working professionals through Executive Education, Collaborations with leading institutions, including the Wharton School, Carnegie Mellon, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of Chicago, allow SMU to draw on academic and research strengths across all major disciplines. The SMU campus is a state-of-the-art facility located right in the center of Singapore's civic and business district. Learn more.
Soong Ching Ling Foundation
As the second oldest foundation in China, the Soong Ching Ling Foundation was established in honor of Madame Soong, China's Honorary President and wife of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the founder of modern China. The aim of the Foundation is to carry forward the spirit of love for children and care for their healthy growth both physically and mentally. It also aims to contribute to children's culture, education, scientific knowledge and welfare, and to help promote the unification of China. Learn more.
Sophia University, established in 1913, provides study and educational opportunities that take the increasingly complex international situation into full account. The university has constructed a global network that allows researchers and students from overseas to teach and study in Japan and dispatches Japanese researchers and students abroad. Sophia is one of Japan's leading universities in the fields of international relations and foreign studies. Learn more.
SOS Children’s Village of India (SOSCVI)
SOS Children's Village of India is a local Indian organization that is focused on providing social services to disadvantaged children. It is part of the worldwide SOS Children's VIllage movement and a member of the Umbrella organization, SOS Kinderdorf International. SOS-India now constitutes of the largest operations in the worldwide SOS movement spread in 132 countries. Learn more.
St. Thomas’ College
S. Thomas' College Mount Lavinia is an unaided, fee-levying, leading boy's school in Sri Lanka providing holistic education for students from grade one to advanced levels. It caters to students ages five to 19. At present, there are 2,400 students attending this multi-ethnic and multi-religious school. Learn more.
Stiper Agricultural University (INSTIPER)
INSTIPER has been established since December 10, 1958 after the nationalization of the plantation industry in Indonesia. It is registered with the Yayasan Pendidikan Kader Perkebunan (YDKP) [Platation Cadre Education Foundation]. All study programs are accredited with the National Accreditation Board. Each semester INSTIPER is also periodically registered with the Private Higher Education Coordination Region. Learn more.
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) is a global non-profit organization operating in over 40 countries. SIFE empowers university students to discover their full potential and become the next generation of entrepreneurs and business leaders through creating economic opportunity for their communities. Working in partnership with business and higher education, SIFE student teams develop outreach programs that bring economic benefits to their communities. Learn more.
Sudhaar is working for the improvement of education in several districts of Pakistan. Sudhaar has developed more than 500 Non-Formal Education Centers to provide education to the marginalized working children. Sudhaar has adopted the strategy of mainstreaming to bridge the Non-Formal and Formal Sectors. So far more than 5,000 children have been mainstreamed to Government / Private Formal Schools. Sudhaar is also working to improve capacity of Education Departments in various districts as well as. Education Planning at various levels is also one of the speciality of Sudhaar. So far Sudhaar has developed more than 20 District Education Plans, 5,000 School Development Plans and 20 Markaz Education Plans, to better functionality and improvement in quality education. Learn more.
SUKRUPA is a registered nonprofit charitable organization in the development sector serving underprivileged community through various programs like Home for the needy children, Youth Program, Community and Rural Development, besides running a unique school progrma. SUKRUPA'S VISION A poverty free society, where children and young adults have access to basic health care, sanitation, good schooling and dignified employment. SUKRUPA EDUCATION CENTRE Serves 400 (2010-2011) children, ranging from 2 1/2 to 16 years of age. The SUKRUPA school program provides free schooling, nutritious food and basic health care in order to help underprivileged children escape a background of poverty, slum life, illiteracy and ignorance. In its place are the hopes and opportunities commonly available to mainstream children. Learn more.
Sunshine Charity Hong Kong
Sunshine Charity was founded by alumni of Lanzhou University of Technology. The goal of the organization is to help disadvantaged children continue their education. Learn more.
Support for Network and Extension Help Agency (SNEHA)
The Support for Network and Extension Help Agency (SNEHA) is an organisation dedicated to improving the living conditions of the poor and vulnerable in rural Southern India. The Agency was formed in 1999 by a group of like-minded professionals with a common interest in promoting rural development in their local areas. Learn more.
Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation
The Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation, which in Chinese literally means "Journey of the Soul," is the first foundation formed by parents with disabled children. It is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to serving families and people with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, and autism. Learn more.
Synergeia is a coaliton of individuals, institutions, and organizations working together to improve the quality of basic education. Synergeia works with local governments, the Department of Education, socio-civic groups, schools, teachers, parents, and students to implement systemic programs that wll improve the processes, systems, and structures of learning and teaching. Synergeia initiates programs to improve the proficiency of children to speak, read, understand, and write in English. In some communities, programs include proficiency to read in Filipino and to handle Mathematics. These programs serve as entry points in making basic education the centerpiece of the governance agenda of local governments. Learn more.
Taipei First Girls High School
Founded in 1904, Taipei First Girls High School emphasizes students' development in intellect, morality, and other abilities. The school is dedicated to cultivating its students' vision, respectful attitude and passion for lifelong learning. Learn more.
Taipei Orphan Welfare Association
Taipei Orphan Welfare Association was founded in 1968, with the goal of promoting the welfare of orphans and raising awareness and compassion among others. TOWA provides long-term assistance to character and spiritual development to children and teenagers who have lost their parents. Learn more.
The Asia Foundation
The Asia Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to the development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open Asia-Pacific region. The Foundation supports programs in Asia that help improve governance, law, and civil society; women's empowerment; economic reform and development; and international relations. Drawing on more than 50 years of experience in Asia, the Foundation collaborates with private and public partners to support leadership and institutional development, exchanges, and policy research. Learn more.
The Red Cross – Xi’an Branch
The Red Cross Society of China, Xi'an Branch (XARCS) was established in 1993. XARCS has been working under the direct supervision of the Xi'an Municipal Government and in accordance with the Laws of Red Cross Society of China. It works for advancing the Red Cross spirit of humanitarianism, philanthropy, and dedication by developing humanitarian aid and philanthropic projects to serve the most vulnerable populations. Learn more.
The Society for Door Step School
"Door Step School" was established in Mumbai, India in 1988 and later expanded to Pune in 1989 with the aim of addressing literacy amongst the marginalized sections of society. The school built its program to address three major problems: Non-enrollment Wastage Stagnation The school provides education and support to the often-forgotten children of pavement dwellers, slum dwellers,construction site families and many other underprivileged families. Many of these children are not enrolled in school and have limited access to books and a place to study. Additionally, many children drop out of school to work or care for younger children. With neither support nor resources at home some children also suffer from very low learning levels. We are trying to bridge this gap by bringing education to the "Doorstep" of these underprivileged children. Door Step School has impacted the lives of over 50,000 children since its inception. Learn more.
The Teacher Foundation
The Teacher Foundation (TTF) was established in 2002 in Bangalore, and is also known as Shraddha Trust. TTF works with educators and educational institutions to transform the way education is imparted and managed in India. Their vision is to ensure that schools provide enabling environments for all students by empowering educators to become energetic, effective, and reflective practitioners, as well as life-long learners. TTF works with schools, principals, school-administrators, teachers and teacher educators in the areas of school development and improvement, teachers' personal and professional development, technology training and support, design and development of curriculum, instructional tools, and classroom resources. In the past seven years, it has worked in significant ways with over 8,000 teachers from across the country. Learn more.
Tropical Research and Development Center (TRDC)
Established in 1994, the Tropical Research and Development Center's (TRDC) mission is to 1) build social capital through primary education for children who dropped out of school, 2) build sustainable livelihood through women's self-help groups, and 3) regenerate the environment through biodiversity conservation, organic farming, and other programs. Learn more.
University of Indonesia
Since 1965, the Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia has been promoting public health education in Indonesia and developing internationally acceptable standards for the provision of public healthcare services. As part of a research university, the faculty also seek to enhance research, education, and consulting services to the government, private sector and the public. Learn more.
University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania (UTas) was officially founded on January 1, 1890, by an Act of the Colony's Parliament and was only the fourth university to be established in nineteenth-century Australia. UTas works with universities around the world to offer students an international experience as part of their study. It has exchange arrangements with more than 90 countries throughout Europe, Asia and North America. UTas also works with researchers in many countries on issues that have international significance. A tiny sample of some of the work that UTAS researchers and post-graduate students are involved in include global warming (with NASA), tourism in China, aquaculture in Vietnam, forestry in Indonesia, computing in Korea, cardiovascular disease with the World Health Organisation and mineral resources projects in 17 countries. UTas is also working with local NGOs in Australia on environmental projects, such as the Leven River Riparian Restoration project in Burnie, Tasmania, with Greening Australia to restore the unique ecosystem in Tasmania. Learn more.
Venerable Catherine McAuley Scholarship Program (VCASP) has a mission to help underprivileged and deserving students develop holistically so that they may be able to face the challenges of life and serve others. VCASP's goals are to provide a strong development program that strengthens the commitment, competence, work values, research, productivity skills, and community involvement of students, teachers, staff and other stakeholders. Learn more.
Vidya Poshak was established in 2001 with the mission to empower the student community. They provide meritorious students from economically challenged families with financial assistance to help them continue their higher education, purchase text books and access digital library facilities. They also conduct needs-based training to enhance employment opportunities and encourage volunteerism. Learn more.
Women Environment Preservation Committee (WEPCO)
Since 1992, the Women Environment Preservation Committee Organization (WEPCO) has been dedicated to cleaning and conserving the urban environment in Kathmandu Valley. During this time, WEPCO has encouraged a new generation of women and students to learn more about environmental issues and play an active role in improving their local environment. WEPCO is especially known for innovation and initiative in Solid Waste Management. It has disseminated many new ideas such as waste segregation, community composting, home composting, paper recycling and biogas production from organic waste. In 2003, WEPCO was awarded the UNEP Global 500 Environment Award and the WWF Abraham Conservation Award. Learn more.
World Vision Taiwan
World Vision Taiwan was founded in 1964 as a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Learn more.
Wuxi Secondary School
Wuxi High School is a public school and operates under the Ministry of Education in China. Learn more.
Xi’an Women and Children’s Activity Center
The Xi'an Women and Children's Activity Center was established in 1997 by the municipal government of Xi'an to provide services to the residents of the city. Learn more.
Xingzhi Primary School
Haidian Xingzhi Experimental Primary School was founded by Sumei Li, a rural teacher from Xixian County, Henan Province, on September 1st, 1994. The school was approved by the Board of Education Bureau of Beijing Haidian District on December 10, 2003. This is a privately run school which only receives children of migrant workers in Beijing. Currently 2,600 students who are from 24 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions are registered at the school who are all from low-income migrant families. The school has 45 teachers, who are from 16 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions. The school was named "Xingzhi Experimental Primary School" after Tao Xingzhi, a famous educator, who advocated civilian education and bore the spirit of devotion. Learn more.
Established in 1941 by Mao Zedong, Yanan University is the first comprehensive university established by the Community Party of China. For the past 70 years, Yanan University has trained over 100,000 excellent cadres and professionals for the party and the country. Yan'an University has also made great contributions to national and local economic construction and social development. Learn more.
Yayasan Anak Warisan Alam (YAWA)
Yayasan Anak Warisan Alam (YAWA) was founded in 1990 as a nonprofit organization in Malaysia. YAWA is dedicated to empowering young people to care for the environment and building community awareness on environmental issues. YAWA has been recognized in Malaysia and internationally for its youth-focused environmental work and boasts a youth membership of more than 2,000. YAWA conducts its activities through conservation, awareness programs, and environmental education. Learn more.
Founded in 1990, Yayasan Tahija,or Tahija Foundation, is a nonprofit organization that supports programs in health, education, environment and social services in Indonesia. It aims to grow and nurture natural and social resources for the betterment of Indonesians. Learn more.
Youth Star Cambodia
Youth Star Cambodia aims to build a just and peaceful society through citizen service, civic leadership, and social entrepreneurship. This is achieved through the following 4 programs: 1) education and youth development, 2) sustainable livelihoods, 3) health and well being, and 4) business entrepreneurship. Youth Star Cambodia is an 'action tank' that offers young people an opportunity to develop their potential as civic leaders through volunteer service and hands-on experience working in communities. The organization calls on university graduates from ages 20 to 27 to contribute one year to full-time service in Cambodia's communities. Learn more.
Zhejiang Huzhou High School
Zhejiang Huzhou High School is a prominent high school that has been in service for over 100 years. Learn more.
Zhejiang Project Hope
The Zhejiang Youth Development Foundation was established in 1991 by the Civil Affairs Department of Zhejiang Province and is closely affiliated with the Youth League of Zhejiang Province. This youth development organization supports many types of projects that benefit children and youth, including the building of new "Hope" schools. They have successfully built over 400 such schools since 1991. Learn more.
Zhejiang Theological Seminary
Zhejiang Theological Seminary was established in 1984. It is registered with the Zhejiang Bureau of Provincial Religious Affairs. Learn more.
Zhejiang Xinhua Compassion Education Foundation
Founded in 2007 the Zhejiang Xinhua Compassion Education Foundation supports scholarship, library and nutrition programs for children in rural areas of Zhejiang Province, China. Since its founding the Foundation's programs have supported more than 10,000 children. Learn more.
Zizhou Charity Association
Zizhou Charity Association was established by Zizhou County People's Government in 2006 with the goal of promoting Zizhou County's charity system and harmonious development. With a mission of taking care of the elderly and giving aid to the poor, the association has developed various charitable activities to support the disadvantaged. Learn more.