If you haven’t heard of the SPICE (Structuring Partnerships for an Innovative Communications Environment) program, it is an initiative headed by Open Institute and funded by USAID to facilitate the communication between NGOs and the general rural public in the country. We caught up with Javier Sola, the Chief of Party of Open Institute, to find out more about SPICE’s background, activities, and future direction!
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If you are looking to advance your social good startup to the next level, how about aiming for an MBA with the Saïd Business School (at the University of Oxford) and the prestigious Skoll Scholarship for Social Entrepreneurship? The co-founder of Hub Singapore, Grace Sai, will be giving an introductory talk about the scholarship this evening at Development Innovations.
With a commitment to bring portable structures to tackle global issues like healthcare, Building Trust International’s leverage on online crowd-funding practices sees their most recent venture in the Angkor Wat city.
Human trafficking is a scourge both locally and globally, and InSTEDD iLab Southeast Asia recognises the growing threat of the situation. If you are a program or project manager working for anti-human trafficking organisations, the InSTEDD Innovation Camp is here to aid your message with the right tools.
If you haven’t met 16-year-old Ming Horn, then you’ll be in for an Internet-meme treat cooked up by her latest Cambodian nonprofit project, KhodeUp. To give a brief overview, it is a four-week immersion class for about teens at Future Light Orphanage to learn computing techniques.