Strengthening Civil Society
Asia is changing rapidly. Around the region, new nonprofit organizations are springing up to address urgent health issues, such as the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
To survive and thrive, this first generation of pioneering activists needs basic skills: strategic planning, budgeting, and staff and volunteer management. They also need the ability to document local rights issues and to advocate effectively with local officials, international donors and the United Nations.
Asia Catalyst has a rigorous and systematic approach to coaching local groups in basic survival skills. We work with our local partners one-on-one, in their offices, using tools we have developed that fit their needs. Click here to learn more.
NEW REPORT: "My Life is Too Dark to See the Light: A Survey of Living Conditions of Transgender Female Sex Workers in Beijing and Shanghai." Read more here.
Check out the story of our year in Asia Catalyst's 2014 Annual Report! The Annual Report can be experienced in the viewer below, or via downloadable PDF.
Asia Catalyst is now accepting applications for the Regional Rights Training Program. If you know or represent an interested CBO from Cambodia, China, Myanmar, or Viet Nam, please see here.
On Our Blog
We're hiring: Development and Communications Intern
Feb 24, 2015
Their Today is Our Tomorrow: Reflections from the China Red Ribbon Forum Conference on Women and HIV
Jan 20, 2015
[REPORT] My Life Is Too Dark To See the Light: a survey of the living conditions of transgender female sex workers in Beijing and Shanghai
Jan 15, 2015
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