Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation/ASSIST (Philippines)
Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) is an international non-government organization focused on capacity building. It seeks to promote sustainable practices to address social problems in the developing world, with focus on Asia and Africa.
ASSIST takes pride in its process-oriented approach to capacity building towards social improvement and sustainable transformation. Its goal is to empower its target groups to make them resilient to the social, economic and environmental challenges
Caucus of Development NGO Networks/CODE-NGO (Philippines)
CODE-NGO, with its 6 national and 6 regional member networks, representing more than 1,600 development NGOs, people's organizations and cooperatives nationwide, is the country's [Philippines] biggest coalition of NGOs working for social development.
CODE-NGO maximizes its scale and synergy to influence public policy, provide leadership in civil society and increase the effectiveness of social development work in the country. It focuses on policy advocacy and partnership building in the public arena, as well as on developing the capacity and accountability of its member networks and affiliated organizations.
ChangeFusion is a Bangkok-based organization that grows social entrepreneurs for creative and sustainable change. They support and invest into social enterprises and also facilitate better ecosystems for them in Thailand and in Asia. Our portfolio social enterprises are working in various areas such as web & mobile tech, sustainable agriculture, sustainable tourism / community-based tourism, affordable healthcare, community-scale renewable energy, fair trade and more.
Connecting Up Inc (Australia)
Connecting Up is a not-for-profit organisation that works to strengthen the not-for-profit and community sector in the Asia Pacific region by providing a variety of information, products, resources and programs. We also help to develop relationships with business, community and government sectors for capacity development
Frontier Foundation (Taiwan)
Frontier Foundation is an organization to aggregate the care and love toward Taiwan and to transform that into the practical ground level, community and social action. From policy research, training for community organizers, media watch, to information society practical action plan, Frontier Foundation is devoted to facilitation of the connection among minorities and Internet, and the participatory discussion within organizations.
Gawad Kalinga (Philippines)
Gawad Kalinga Community Development Foundation, Inc. (GK) is a Philippine-based movement that aims to end poverty for 5 million families, by first restoring the dignity of the poor. It was formally established in 2003, but the work began as early as 1994 in Bagong Silang, Caloocan City, the biggest squatters relocation site in Metro Manila. Since then it has expanded its work to over 2,000 organized communities and has been adopted in other developing nations like Cambodia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. It is also in the forefront of peace-building work in conflict areas in Mindanao and reconstruction work in post-disaster communities.
Hong Kong Council of Social Services/HKCSS (Hong Kong)
The Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) was established in 1947, representing, with clear vision and professional expertise, non-governmental welfare agencies committed to sustain and develop social welfare in Hong Kong.
The vision of council is to build a social service sector that is highly accountable, efficient, effective and responsive to social needs, upholding the long-term sustainable development of society and the well-being of citizens.
A project initiated in Rumah Perubahan, Kitabisa (literal translation is ‘we can’) is a crowd funding platform that helps support social initiatives in Indonesia. Their mission is to spread the belief that anyone can make a difference in this world, one small step at a time. Through Kitabisa, people with ideas or projects can connect and collaborate with those who have resources and share a common vision.
Lin Center for Community Development (Vietnam)
The LIN Center for Community Development (LIN) is a Vietnamese, non-governmental and not-for-profit organization under the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations. As the only resource center for individuals and organizations committed to tackling community issues in the South of Vietnam, LIN has quickly become the "go-to" organization for a number of stakeholders, including: Vietnamese NPOs, individual & corporate philanthropists, International NGOs and researchers & individuals studying community development.
Science of Life Studies 24/7/SOLS 24/7 (Malaysia)
SOLS 24/7 is an award-winning humanitarian organization, committed to serve, educate and empower poor and underserved communities. Through various education and social empowerment programs, we work unconditionally towards transforming underserved communities to develop their true potential and break the cycle of poverty. Using revolutionary and custom-designed models – Science of Languages, Science of Technology and Science of Life – our organization provides free education and social empowerment programs in six countries including: Malaysia, Cambodia, Timor Leste, Laos, Thailand and India.
VietNet Information Technology and Communication Center/VietNet-ICT (Vietnam)
VietNet Information Technology and Communication Center (VietNet-ICT) is a Vietnamese not-for-profit non-governmental organization working in the areas of information technology and communication. It supports poor Vietnamese people to access and benefit from information technology and communication services via promoting partnership and capacity building.
Yayasan Salam (Malaysia)
Yayasan Salam Malaysia, Salam in short, is an independent, non-profit organization formed to promote a spirit of volunteer service among Malaysians and to provide opportunities for them to work as volunteers with communities in need at home and abroad.