Oimei Company is a social enterprise that offers fair trade pillows to promote peace building initiatives in developing communities. Our mission is to support rural artisans by providing them access to new markets giving them the opportunity to be self sustainable. Furthermore reinvesting in peace building initiatives in developing communities.
We provide effective, user-friendly, and low cost educational tools and toys for children with disabilities.
We are Asian students at Stanford. Together with Asian Leadership Academy, let's redesign education in Asia. Now!
We believe that all students deserve good education, but not all children have the same opportunity. In Thailand, there are more than 2 million students, 100,000 classrooms and 10,000 schools have limited access to educational resources. With lack of educational resources make it more difficult for teachers to teach, and so can result in slow academic progress of these students. Deejai is a non-profit social enterprise in Thailand that aims to provide opportunities to these students in needs, by using matching donors to teachers' projects that help to improve access to education resources.
This is a project to expose rural children to music who would otherwise not have the opportunity due to lack of resources and support. The ukulele is a fun, easy, and inexpensive way for children to gain confidence and grow musically! This is one project of many coordinated by the Mechai Viravaidya Foundation aimed at raising the standards of rural Thai education through sponsorship by private donors and the business community.
Providing a those people of, who through no fault of their own because they are different, left on the "outside" a way "in" through education, shelter, training, and a compassionate caring environment.
Under Privilege Children education,food shelter to the needy and church construction
Catalyzing students in developing countries into local leaders by providing innovative financing tools to complete university and inspiring mentorship
In November 2012, individuals from all over the world will walk approximately 400 miles from Bangkok to the Thai-Burmese border to raise money for and awareness about anti-human trafficking efforts on five continents.