Actors Fauzie Laily and Felicia Chin receive gifts of friendship and more after volunteering at our Water for Life programme - bringing clean water to villages in Cambodia.
They may have diverse aspirations and come from different countries, but our young global changemakers still found plenty of common ground on their eight-month Young Social Entrepreneurs journey.
If you have a business idea to address a social problem then we want to help you develop and launch it! Apply to be part of this international network of changemakers now!
It is our Young Social Entrepreneurs programme’s tenth edition, so it will be a blast!
48 Indonesians gain business insights after networking with leading social entrepreneurs at our Young Social Entrepreneurs Overseas Workshop in Jakarta.
See you at our booth during Giving Week and meet our volunteers who have changed the lives of over 15 million people across Asia to build a better world.
Akhand Jyoti is not just an eye hospital, but a platform for bigger societal change in Bihar’s impoverished and patriarchal society.
Check out Our Better World’s new community blog – a space to share and read personal stories that inspire us all.
Professor David Chan, the first scientist to be made a fellow in all six international associations of psychology, advocates the importance of walking in the shoes of others to build and strengthen relationships across cultures.