Blog: Asia

Dollars to Rupees: When Diaspora Interests and Corporate Philanthropy Align

Over the past decade, international corporate philanthropy has undergone a significant transformation. Overseas gifts by U.S.-based companies were once made only in the face of natural disasters or violent conflicts. However, the globalization of business and the burgeoning zeitgeist that corporations must not only do well – but also do good – has led influential… CONTINUE READING >>


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Exemplary Education for the Underprivileged in India

Today, 33% of people in India live in urban areas compared to only 17% of people in 1960. Rapid urbanization in India results in increasing urban poverty and creates unique challenges across all of society. This is often most felt in terms of providing quality education, and UNESCO estimates a youth illiteracy rate of 14%… CONTINUE READING >>

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