Nine years ago, Give2Asia’s Program Manager Jason Raby was living in Mongolia as a two-year Peace Corps volunteer. Now he is reconnecting with the state of the country through an interview with Batbold, Give2Asia’s local Field Advisor, to understand the changes brought on with the past decade.
Give2Asia works with highly qualified field advisors in 25 regions that provide on-the-ground insight into each local context. Take a behind-the-scenes look as we continue our spotlight series with Suresh Tamang, our field advisor in Nepal.
A case study of the 2015 Nepal earthquake, one of the most significant natural disasters in recent times, reveals critical lessons on how to better prepare for and respond to disasters around the world.
Give2Asia strengthens communities throughout Asia by building trusted networks for charitable investment.
People investing in charitable programs strive to understand the local context and the impact of their giving. Give2Asia makes it possible to support local organizations in Asia addressing critical issues such as healthcare, education, livelihood, and the environment. We build long-term connections between donors and local programs in Asia by fostering trust and accountability on both sides of the relationship.
Give2Asia has a team of local staff, advisors, and partners that ensure projects are effective, results are transparent, and grant recipients are accountable. We report on activities to certify that projects meet the needs of the target beneficiaries and the donor, and we try to find new ways to expand sources of funding.
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