Myanmar’s 5 million smallholder farmers are especially vulnerable to the adverse impacts of COVID-19 and are facing acute and immediate challenges. Farmers need access to critical, uninterrupted farming services now.
Combating COVID-19 with Open Data and Mobile Testing Facilities in West Java
West Java remains one of the two regions most affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Indonesia. In 2017, West Java still has 8.71 percent of their population living under the poverty line.
Activating Community Voices for COVID-19 Relief in Pune
Pune's low-income communities are some of the hardest-hit segments of society by the pandemic. In end-March, Pune City Connect begin conducting a large scale listening exercise with 200+ families across over 30 communities.
Emergency Relief Resources for Ranchi District, Jharkhand
To fight the battle against this pandemic, Ranchi District is calling for urgent and wholehearted support from corporate entities and resource-providers.
(Credit: UNICEF) SUMMARY To prevent national budgets from draining unexpectedly due to natural disasters, the Philippines is boosting the resilience of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). The Philippines Chamber…Read More
(Credit: British Council) SUMMARY In February 2019, Thailand passed the Social Enterprise Promotion Act. The Act outlines several key components and enabling measures that will be launched to accelerate the…Read More
“India’s impact investing market is largest in Asia (Financing the Future of Asia: Innovations in Sustainable Finance, AVPN). The union budget for 2019-20 proposes setting up a stock exchange to…Read More
West Java remains one of the two regions most affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Indonesia. In 2017, West Java still has 8.71 percent of their population living under the poverty line. Today, this income divide has led to limited…Read More
The District Administration, Ranchi is making substantial efforts to mitigate and control the spread of COVID -19. Ranchi, being the capital of Jharkhand, is more prone and vulnerable to the spread of this pandemic. To fight the battle against this…Read More
This project aims to build a vibrant care food ecosystem in Hong Kong by launching initiatives to set standards in care food (e.g. measurement of softness), share best practices, transfer knowledge and build capacity of caregivers and market suppliers (e.g.…Read More
Project Poshan aims to address malnutrition in children under 6 years. Under the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), Project Poshan identifies undernourished children, provide nutrition supplementation, train anganwadi workers and build capacity of parents.Read More
In partnership with the Surat Municipal Corporation, the Rainwater Harvesting Policy of Surat will ensure every drop of rainfall will be harvested sustainably by creating awareness and enforcement among all stakeholders through incentivised capacity building.Read More
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