Asianthinker interviews Lin Ji Liaw from BruWILD

Asianthinker Interviews Lin Ji Liaw the President of BruWILD Biodiversity and Natural History Society in Brunei. BruWILD was started under the leadership of Linji Liaw, an alumna in BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Brunei Darussalam. Formed in April 2014 its main aim was to provide educational support to educational institutions, nature groups and organizations that are concerned about the importance of environmental conservation and protection in Brunei.

Green Earth Society – Interview with an Environmental NGO and their work in Johor Malaysia

Asian thinker recently caught up with Sivakumar Packirisamy, the President of the Green Earth Society (GES) in Johor. It tries to go behind the scene to better understand some of the challenges and responsibilities of GES especially when it comes to tackling environmental deprivation and ensuring a sustainable environment that would be conducive for the people of Johor and Malaysia.

Dignity. Empowerment. Reintegration. How WONDER Works Nepal is helping women to reclaim their lives.

Bimala Khatri joined WONDERWorks Nepal in June 2014 as their Project Manager, helping to set up and support their Small Business programme. She was recently promoted to Administrative Officer and works closely with exploited young girls and women who work in the entertainment sector of Kathmandu

HALO Trust Explosive Ordnance Clearance program in Laos PDR and what it means to the people of Laos

The HALO Trust, an international NGO was founded in 1988 in response to the global humanitarian catastrophe caused by landmines. The problem was particularly acute in Afghanistan where thousands of civilians were being killed or injured by landmines and their presence was preventing the return of refugees. Its founders, Colin Mitchell, Guy Willoughby and Susan Mitchell, witnessed first-hand the devastation caused by landmines and other explosive remnants of war in Afghanistan and their resolve led to the creation of HALO Trust.