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Projects Selected for Second Funding Round[edit]

Year Country Giving Area Organization Project Description [1]
2019 Thailand Research Apar, University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce Research to identify situations and problems of illegal trade at Thailand’s borders. The study will focus on drugs, alcohol, tobacco and counterfeit goods. The project will put forward an action plan that identifies and addresses problems regarding ASEAN cooperation against illegal trade.
  • The Applicant has decided not to proceed with the project.
2019 Turkey Research Bahcesehir University Analysis of the illegal trade in alcoholic beverages, tobacco, fuel and mobile phones in Turkey with the objective to enhance the understanding of supply and demand factors. The project will develop proposals to fight these crimes through better utilization of existing penal legislation and taxation rules.
2019 Switzerland Education Basel Institute on Governance An initiative to promote systematic, intelligence-led action against illegal wildlife trafficking (IWT) networks along the East Africa – Southeast Asia trading chain. It focuses on uncovering and targeting illicit financial flows, strengthening the ability of law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute transnational IWT-related financial crimes, and improving coordination across public, private and non-governmental sector actors.
2019 Slovenia Research Center of Business Excellence of the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana Research to identify the key drivers of tobacco trafficking routes between Asia and Europe as part of the existing organized crime networks. The findings will be used to identify best practice recommendations and to train specialists in countries of the Balkan region.
2019 Bulgaria Research Centre for Liberal Strategies EFN Development of a database with analytical capabilities to identify key trends and main drivers of illegal trade at a regional level, focusing on Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
2019 Bosnia and Herzegovina Research Centre for Policy and Governance Research on the shadow economy in the Western Balkans region focusing on informal labor and illegal trade of high-tariff goods.
2019 United Kingdom Research Euromonitor International Ltd A project to develop cross-sectoral policies to counter illegal trade. It will explore and assess the issue in up to 80 countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia, quantify and qualify the market size, trends, and drivers in 10 selected countries, assess the robustness and effectiveness of regulatory frameworks, and draw correlations across categories and regions.
2019 Serbia Education Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship A combination of research, modern education techniques and awareness activities to address illegal trade in the Balkans, including Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The project will focus on the illegal trade of tobacco, alcohol and drugs, analyzing the links between illegal trade, corruption and money laundering.
2019 Germany Education [Fraunhofer FKIE https://www.fkie.fraunhofer.de/en.html] Creation of a digital platform to identify and track critical processes and produce relevant intelligence in the context of illegal trade. Intelligence processes have been developed, tested and proven by governmental security services. The creation and development of the platform in this project will take the knowledge about these processes to adjust them to the private sector’s needs so that the project develops and makes available a platform intended to support companies affected by the problems of illegal trade.
2019 The United States Program Development Freeland USA Development of a data fusion and analytics hub that will harness insights from open source data regarding illicit trafficking in general to inform and improve laws, policies, training, enforcement strategies, and behavior change campaigns, in Asia, with connectivity to Africa and Latin America.
2019 Argentina Government Gendarmería Nacional Argentina Creation of a Center for the Analysis and Investigation, Command and Control in the fight against organized crime and illegal activities in the Brazil-Paraguay-Argentina Tri-Border Area. The Center will focus on combating and investigating crimes, such as human trafficking and exploitation, drug trafficking, organized crime, money laundering, counterfeiting, and other economic crimes.
2019 Russia Education Group-IB Research and in-depth analysis of the international online criminal community to deliver actionable information for the prevention of crimes. The research will examine the most dangerous types of hi tech crimes including illegal trade in rare species of animals, counterfeiting of alcohol and tobacco products, intellectual property infringements, and technology crimes.
2019 Latin America and the Caribbean Research & Analysis InSight Crime A project to map and analyze criminal dynamics in the border provinces of Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina, looking at the relationships between different types of transnational organized crime, violence, corruption and criminal actors.
2019 Latin America and the Caribbean Research & Analysis JHM Pesquisa e Consultoria em Seguranca Development of a public platform to analyze illegal trade and related crimes around the Brazil-Paraguay-Argentina Tri-Border Area and the main regions of consumption up to the metropolitan region of São Paulo, using socioeconomic data to support the formulation and assessment of public policies.
2019 International Research & Analysis International Organisation of Employers A project aimed at enhancing the dialogue between the private and public sectors on how to strengthen regular frameworks for migration. It will examine the barriers to recruiting foreign workforce, while also looking at the existing legal pathways that need to be carefully crafted to prevent the risks related to irregular migration.
2019 The Balkans Research Mykolas Romeris University Research into the impact of illegal tobacco trade in Ukraine, Armenia, Serbia, Georgia, Moldova, and Albania, exploring aspects related to corruption, money laundering, and organized crime. This project aims to strengthen cooperation between public authorities, the business sector and academic communities.
2019 Hungary Government National Tax and Customs Administration of Hungary Procurement of X-ray scanners and training of staff at the crossing points of the Ukrainian and Serbian borders for passengers’ baggage to prevent illegal smuggling.
2019 Italy Research & Analysis No Peace Without Justice A project to expose and address the impact of illegal trade on current and future human rights. Its aim is to increase awareness, understanding and commitment among relevant stakeholders, including policy and decision-makers, as well as to secure potential new allies within the human rights community.
2019 ASEAN countries Education Portcullis International Business Consulting (S) Pte. Ltd. A project to identify the gaps, misconducts and failures in supporting and protecting Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for pharmaceutical consumer products in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The study will focus on the causes of the illicit trade, the impact of corruption and the success factors for effective enforcement.
2019 Brazil Capacity building São Paulo University Support Foundation The Institute of International Relations from the University of São Paulo will develop a course for police officers from Brazil-Paraguay-Argentina Tri-Border area incorporating different analytical models to explore issues such as the organization of crime, transnationalization of illicit markets and crime, and operational structure of the main illicit markets.
2019 South-East Asia Research & Analysis The Foundation for International Human Rights Reporting Standards (FIHRRST) A project to raise awareness and help combat illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing in South-East Asia, examining the issue and its commonly associated crimes such as illegal trade and human rights abuses.
2019 South-East Asia Research & Analysis The Mekong Club A project to engage the banking, manufacturing, retail, and hospitality sectors in tackling the issue of modern slavery by developing tools, data collection techniques, and trainings.
2019 Research & Analysis Education The Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) A project to bridge the gap between the general recognition that Free Trade Zones (FTZs) pose a range of criminal risks and the limited understanding of the scale and nature of those risks to date. The first of its kind, the project will provide a mechanism to enable authorities and business partners to assess overall risk levels in individual FTZs.
2019 The United States Research & Analysis The Soufan Group LLC Research to explore how terrorist organizations and organized criminal groups use transnational smuggling networks in North Africa. It will explore linkages between terrorism, organized crime and the illegal trade, and highlight the transnational crimes of human smuggling, drugs and arms trafficking.
2019 North Africa Research & Analysis Transcrime Research on the displacement and convergence of human smuggling and drug trafficking in North Africa. The project will enhance the knowledge among policy makers, experts in the field, regulators, students, the civil society and the general public.
2019 International Research & Analysis Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade Development of a Global Illicit Trade Business Report, drawing upon private sector experiences and identifying solutions to supply chain vulnerabilities common to all forms of illicit trade. It examines transportation modalities, customs, free trade zones, human trafficking, criminal activity, financial fraud, and regulatory gaps. Findings will be shared with all stakeholders in response to their calls to significantly upgrade the availability and exchange of information.
2019 Turkey Awareness Raising Transparency International Turkey An initiative designed to strengthen integrity systems and raise public awareness to tackle illegal trade and the ‘informal economy’ in Turkey. The project will focus on research, advocacy, awareness raising and capacity building activities.
2019 Ukraine Research & Analysis Ukrainian Institute for the Future The project is aimed at combating smuggling and illegal trade in Ukraine through monitoring (including the state border), sociological research, advocacy and raising of public awareness activities.
2019 Canada Research & Analysis Université de Montréal This research assesses offline and online law enforcement interventions and their impact on dark net offenders. It is based on online data collection as well as interviews with law enforcement officers to better understand their perception of their interventions. The research results will be broadcasted at an international workshop.
2019 The United Kingdom Research & Analysis West Sands Advisory Ltd A project to address the involvement of state-affiliated actors in illegal trade by developing a typology and testable models, covering different types of involvement - from complacency to complicity. This project will ultimately seek to better inform and engage policy makers and the public through media engagement, events and public initiatives.

Projects Selected for First Funding Round[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Year Country Giving Area Organization Project Description Amount (USD)
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Bina Swadaya Foundation Empowerment of Micro Business Women 153,758.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Indonesian Community of Entrepreneur Micro Small Medium Business Services 63,183.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Kaliandra Sejati Foundation Conservation of Arjuna-Welirang Forest in Pasuruan 49,905.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Merdeka Foundation Rice Intensification Program 89,518.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Merdeka Foundation Micro and Small Entrepreneur Development Program 73,922.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition PT Prima Kelola Agrobisnis Agroindustri Sampoerna Entrepreneurship Training Center 141,829.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition The Indonesia Conservation learning Institute Foundation Surabaya Mangrove Conservation Project 106,665.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Training & Facilitation for Natural Resources Mgmt Community Empowerment in Managing Natural Resource 116,203.00
2009 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition University of Surabaya Foundation Community Life Improvement Program (CLIP) 118,861.00
2009 Indonesia Education Indonesia Development Library Foundation Sampoerna Library Program 90,229.00
2009 Indonesia Education Indonesia Development Library Foundation Sampoerna Library CornerProgram 101,124.00
2009 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation Computer Donation Project 23,276.00
2009 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation Sampoerna School of Business 4,998,500.00
2009 Indonesia Education Santi Rama Foundation Educational Facilities Renovation 5,257.00
2009 Indonesia Education Social Transformation and Public Awareness Center Building andRenovation ofSchool Infrastructure 41,036.00
2009 Indonesia Education Social Transformation and Public Awareness Center Youth Self-study Group 45,175.00
2009 Indonesia Disaster Relief Health Services Agencies in East and West Java In-kind Contribution of Tamiflu Medicine 106,969.00
2009 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Medical Emergency Rescue Foundation Disaster Management Training for Community 121,065.00
2009 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Medical Emergency Rescue Foundation School Building Renovation in West Sumatera 144,470.00
2009 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Quick Emergency Action Foundation Integrated Community Shelter for Padang Evacuees 173,728.00
2010 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Training & Facilitation for Natural Resources Mgmt Clean water and training on reforestation and environmental conservation 97,933.00
2010 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Kaliandra Sejati Foundation Forestation program and agricultural improvement program 61,814.00
2010 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition The Indonesia Conservation learning Institute Foundation A program to conserve 871 hectares of mangrove forest in Surabaya’s East Coast 147,000.00
2010 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition University of Surabaya Foundation A program for local communities to develop their productivity in the area of agriculture 175,464.00
2010 Indonesia Education Indonesia Development Library Foundation Internet-equipped educational resource centers 56,680.00
2010 Indonesia Education Indonesia Development Library Foundation Funding libraries in 13 community learning centers and 21 mobile libraries 77,320.00
2010 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation curriculum development, capital improvements and scholarships 4,999,872.00
2010 Indonesia Disaster Relief Kappala Association A community-based volcanic early warning system in E. Java 147,381.00
2010 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Prima Kelola Agribisnis Agroindustry (PKAA) A program providing low- interest micro-loans and other financial services to underprivileged women 89,020.00
2010 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Merdeka Foundation An initiative to train 50 farmers in the area of Sampoerna factory 182,481.00
2010 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Merdeka Foundation Micro and small businesses empowerment program 100,000.00
2010 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Bina Swadaya Foundation An entrepreneurial program in the vicinity of Sampoerna’s factory 80,557.00
2010 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Bina Swadaya Foundation Funding small business training center in East Java 57,342.00
2011 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition Training & Facilitation forNatural Resources Mgmt Rural Sustainability Program 147,361.00
2011 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation EducationDevelopment 5,000,000.00
2011 Indonesia Disaster Relief Kappala Association Build Community Capability to Mitigate Disaster 133,333.00
2011 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Bina Swadaya Foundation Supporting Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Development 216,667.00
2011 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty University of Surabaya Foundation Community Life Improvement Program (CLIP) 166,667.00
2011 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Prima Kelola Agribisnis Agroindustry (PKAA) Entrepreneurship Training Center 233,333.00
2011 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Social Transformation and Public Awareness Center [STAPACenter] Community Learning Center 166,667.00
2011 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Nagrak Organic SRI Center Foundation (NOSC) Farmers' income improvement and Food Sustainability 188,889.00
2012 Indonesia Environment/ Living condition IDEP Foundation Environment restoration 170,588.00
2012 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation Education Improvement and Student's Aid Program 5,000,000.00
2012 Indonesia Disaster Relief Quick Emergency Action Foundation (ACT) Disaster Preparedness 152,941.00
2012 Indonesia Disaster Relief IDEP Foundation Disaster Resistant House 200,000.00
2012 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Lembaga Manajemen Quantum Bogor Foundation EntrepreneurDevelopment 177,647.00
2012 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Bina Swadaya Foundation Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Development 188,235.00
2012 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Nagrak Organic SRI Center Foundation (NOSC) Farmers' income improvementand Food Sustainability 206,176.00
2012 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Social Transformationand Public Awareness Center [STAPACenter] Community Learning Group (CLG) 200,000.00
2012 Indonesia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Training & Facilitation for Natural Resources Mgmt Livelihood improvement 129,412.00
2013 Indonesia Empowering Women Social Transformation and Public Awareness Center (STAPA Center) Support for community learning groups 223,000.00
2013 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation (PSF) Education Improvement and Student Aid 5,000,000.00
2013 Indonesia Education Modernisator Education Improvement Program 180,000.00
2013 Indonesia Disaster Relief Quick EmergencyAction Foundation(ACT) Disaster-resistant housing and disaster-preparedness training 247,000.00
2013 Indonesia Economic Opportunity Bina Swadaya Foundation Small & medium enterprise development 210,000.00
2013 Indonesia Economic Opportunity Bina Swadaya Foundation Community empowerment program 100,000.00
2013 Indonesia Economic Opportunity Somya Pertiwi Foundation Farmers' income improvementand sustainability program 200,000.00
2013 Indonesia Community Grant IDEP Foundation Selaras Alam Conservation of a mangrove forest 240,000.00
2013 Indonesia Community Grant Kaliandra Sejati Foundation Environmental restoration of mountain springs 100,000.00
2014 Indonesia Empowering Women Social Transformation and Public Awareness Center Empowering tobacco grower community and women through community learning group 128,992.00
2014 Indonesia Education Putera Sampoerna Foundation Education development and student aid 5,000,000.00
2014 Indonesia Disaster Relief Quick Emergency Action Foundation (ACT) Financial aid for Mount Kelud's eruption victims 400,000.00
2014 Indonesia Economic Opportunity Yayasan Inovasi Teknologi Indonesia Supporting innovative small and growing businesses 144,785.00
2014 Indonesia Community Grant Build Change in Indonesia Trainings in brick production methods andbusiness management 111,911.00
2014 Indonesia Community Grant Quick Emergency Action Foundation (ACT) Improving community health and sanitation 66,355.00

Malaysia[edit]

Year Country Giving Area Organization Project Description Amount (USD)
2009 Malaysia Environment/ Living condition Malaysian Salam Foundation Back-to-School Program for Farmer's Children 50,000.00
2009 Malaysia Environment/ Living condition Malaysian Salam Foundation Supply of Water & Electricity to Orang Asli 35,000.00
2009 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Bridging the Digital Divide via ICT Centres 45,000.00
2009 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Donation of 44 Units of Refurbished Computers 250.00
2010 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Funding the establishment of four Information and Computer TechnologyCenters for disadvantaged indigenous minority groups in rural communities 50,000.00
2010 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Funding a Back-to-School program to benefit children from 800 of the poorest families in the rural areas of Kelantan and Johor. Students receive school uniforms, shoes, bags, and textbook vouchers. 40,000.00
2010 Malaysia Environment/ Living condition Malaysian Salam Foundation Providing 100 disadvantaged indigenous families in rural areas with access to potable water and electricity. 50,000.00
2011 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Funding the establishment of two ICT Centers for disadvantaged and indigenous rural communities. 96,900.00
2011 Malaysia Education Penyuluh Bakti Foundation Funding a Back-to-School program to benefit children from 500 of the poorest families in the rural area of Negeri Sembilan State where PMI's factory is located. 49,200.00
2011 Malaysia Environment/ Living condition Malaysian Salam Foundation Providing 100 disadvantaged indigenous families in rural areas with access to electricity and clean water. 50,700.00
2011 Malaysia Environment/ Living condition Malaysian Salam Foundation Repairing 100 homes in poor rural communities benefiting 500 people. 55,400.00
2012 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Set up of Smart E-Classrooms in tenschools in the rural district of Pontianto benefit 400 students, including aswell the provision of computer netbooks for 55 teachers and their students. 80,000.00
2012 Malaysia Rural living conditions Malaysian Salam Foundation Providing 100 disadvantaged indigenous families in rural areas withaccess to electricity and clean water 60,000.00
2012 Malaysia Rural living conditions Malaysian Salam Foundation Repairing homes in poor rural communities benefiting 35 families. 65,000.00
2012 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation A Back-to-School program to benefitchildren from 500 of the poorest families in the rural northern area. Students receive school uniforms, shoes, bags and textbook vouchers. 50,000.00
2012 Malaysia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Malaysian Salam Foundation Set up of three entrepreneurial centersthat will train a total of 150 unemployed youths and single mothers in entrepreneurial and vocational IT skills. 200,000.00
2012 Malaysia Hunger & Extreme Poverty MyKasih Foundation Providing financial assistance to morethan 800 low-income families in smalltowns and rural districts of Negeri Sembilan, Kelatan and Perak 275,000.00
2012 Malaysia Hunger & Extreme Poverty Malaysian Salam Foundation Supporting an entrepreneurial and agricultural skills enhancement program to be held at the SampoernaEntrepreneurship Training Center SETC) in Surabaya, Indonesia, to benefit 30 poor people from the Penampang district and five accompanying volunteers from the NGO partner. 29,000.00
2013 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Distribution of school kits 160,000.00
2013 Malaysia Community Grant Malaysian Salam Foundation Home repairs for poor people. 230,000.00
2013 Malaysia Empowering Women Malaysian Salam Foundation Entrepreneurship program for unemployed youth. 210,000.00
2014 Malaysia Education Malaysian Salam Foundation Provision of school supplies 220,000.00
2014 Malaysia Empowering Women Malaysian Salam Foundation Self defense and exploitation prevention program 100,000.00
2014 Malaysia Economic Opportunity Malaysian Salam Foundation Entrepreneurial development training 100,000.00

Thailand[edit]

Year Country Giving Area Organization Project Description Amount (USD)
2009 Thailand Education Dr. Kovit Vorapipat Foundation I See U School Project (Doi Tao) 6,059.00
2009 Thailand Disaster Relief Friends in Need (of “Pa”) Volunteers Foundation The Disaster Relief for Friends in Need (of “Pa”) 30,303.00
2009 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Water tank/ Phrase IV 29,411.00
2009 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Population and Community Development Association [PDA] The Village Development Bank (VDB) 40,900.00
2009 Thailand Hunger & Extreme Poverty Thai Red Cross Society Returning Life to Parents for AIDSFree Children 30,303.00
2009 Thailand Hunger & Extreme Poverty Human Development Foundation [HDF] Educational Material 2,826.36
2009 Thailand Disaster Relief Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under the Royal Patronage Disaster Relief Project 44,117.00
2010 Thailand Education AMCHAM Thailand Charitable Foundation [ATCF] Providing partial funding for two educational programs in cooperation with AMCHAM and the Thai Office of Education Assistance. 26,440.00
2010 Thailand Education The Bangkok Post Foundation Supporting Supporting a scholarship program to benefit disadvantaged rural students in high schools, vocational schools, and universities. 5,879.00
2010 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Phrae Provincial Administration Organization [PPAO] Funding construction of 400 small “check” dams in the Phrae province, where tobacco is grown, which will provide a crucial source of water for agricultural production and fire prevention. 88,235.00
2010 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Financing the establishment of micro-finance banks in 8 villages in tobacco growing area, benefiting 1,788 households of which 178 are tobacco growing families. 55,882.00
2010 Thailand Hunger & Extreme Poverty Human Development Foundation [HDF] Funding a program that provides healthy meals to 660 HIV-infected people, including 60 children, and which conducts annually educational seminars on HIV prevention to 840 students, ages 10-16, from the greater Bangkok Area. 29,382.00
2011 Thailand Disaster Relief Tubpeung Sub-district Administration Organization Providing rice to flood victims in Sukhothai to help about 2,004 families, including the Burley growers with about 6,000 people as primary beneficiaries. 16,700.00
2011 Thailand Disaster Relief Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under the Royal Patronage Helping flood victims evacuation to temporary shelters and providing relief bags to 1,500 families. 41,667.00
2011 Thailand Disaster Relief Ministry of Finance Helping flood victims evacuation to temporary shelters and providing relief bags to 1,000 families. 33,334.00
2011 Thailand Education AMCHAM Thailand Charitable Foundation [ATCF] Funding Teacher Fellowship and adopt-A-School educational programs to guarantee the job placement of 12 teachers, and to ensure that 2,510 students from nine schools receive education throughout the academic calendar. 39,406.00
2011 Thailand Education The Bangkok Post Foundation Supporting a scholarship program for approx. 230 students in need countrywide from all levels. 10,000.00
2011 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Financing the establishment of micro-finance banks in 6 villages in tobacco growing areas. 43,333.00
2011 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Phrae Provincial Administration Organization [PPAO] Funding the construction of 400 small check dams in the Phrae Province, where tobacco is grown. 60,000.00
2011 Thailand Environment/ Living condition Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Funding the construction of 30 rainfall collection water tanks to provide clean water for 1,500 families. 33,583.00
2011 Thailand Hunger & Extreme Poverty Human Development Foundation [HDF] Funding a program that provides nutritional meals to 60 HIV infected children and reaching out through an education program to another 200 HIV/AIDS children living in the slum communities served by Mercy Centre in BKK. 34,000.00
2012 Thailand Education AMCHAM Thailand Charitable Foundation [ATCF] Funding Teacher Fellowship and Adopt-A-School educational programs to secure the job placement of 11 teachers in nine schools located in Narathiwat province. 35,000.00
2012 Thailand Rural living conditions Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Construction of 30 rainfall collection water tanks to provide clean water to the 15 villages in Khon Kaen province. 35,000.00
2012 Thailand Disaster Relief Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Provision of necessary equipment and trainings for disaster preparation (that directly involve up to 30,000 people) to benefit communities in six districts in Nan province, which have about 150,000 people. 50,000.00
2012 Thailand Education Population and Community Development Association [PDA] A scholarship program for students from low-income family in tobacco farming communities in 11 provinces, to benefit more than 180 university students and 1,000 secondary school students, and 2,600 primary school students. 250,000.00
2012 Thailand Disaster Relief Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Provision of necessary equipment and trainings for disaster preparation (that directly involves up to 5,000 people) to benefit communities in six districts in Nan province, which have about 1.3 million people. 50,000.00
2013 Thailand Disaster Relief Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Equipment and trainings for disaster preparation 50,000.00
2013 Thailand Disaster Relief Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Disaster relief for Hali storm in Northern Thailand 40,000.00
2013 Thailand Disaster Relief Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Disaster relief in response to floods inthe Northeast Thailand 50,000.00
2013 Thailand Education Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Scholarship program for tobacco growers' children 250,000.00
2013 Thailand Education AMCHAM Thailand Charitable Foundation [ATCF] Teacher fellowship program to secure jobs 35,000.00
2013 Thailand Community Grant Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Construction of rainfall collection water tanks 35,000.00
2014 Thailand Access to Education AMCHAM Thailand Charitable Foundation [ATCF] Teacher fellowship program to secure jobs 21,000.00
2014 Thailand Access to Education Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Scholarship for tobacco growers' children 215,000.00
2014 Thailand Empowering Women Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Training for women in rural areas to build leadership and capacity 58,200.00
2014 Thailand Community Grant Population and Community Development Association [PDA] Construction of water tanks 5,800.00

Vietnam[edit]

Year Country Giving Area Organization Project Description Amount (USD)
2009 Vietnam Hunger & Extreme Poverty Can Tho City Red Cross Society Red Cross Compassion Houses for Poor Households 47,775.00
2009 Vietnam Education Can Tho City Red Cross Society Donation of Used Office PCs for IT Education 500 500.00
2009 Vietnam Disaster Relief Vietnam National Red Cross Society (VNRC) Typhoon Ketsana Emergency Relief 50,000.00
2010 Vietnam Education East Meets West Foundation (EMW) In partnership with the East Meets West Foundation, funding the construction of a seven-classroom primary school to benefit 261 primary school students and 13 teachers in an agricultural community in Can Tho Province. 82,000.00
2011 Vietnam Environment/ Living condition Can Tho City Red Cross Society Red Cross Compassion Houses: Funding the construction of individual homes for 50 families living in destitute conditions in Can Tho city, where poverty rates are extremely high. 60,358.00
2011 Vietnam Environment/ Living condition Can Tho City Red Cross Society Clean Water Supply System: Helping to fund the installation of a clean water supply system for 400 poor households in the five riverhead districts of Can Tho City. 31,792.00
2012 Vietnam Rural living conditions Can Tho City Red Cross Society Home Building: Construction of houses for 50 families living in destitute conditions in Can Tho City, where poverty rates are extremely high. 57,160.00
2012 Vietnam Education Can Tho City Red Cross Society School Stationeries: Supporting 260 students of Trung Hung three primary schools to have the appropriate school stationeries for their daily studying. 2,900.00
2012 Vietnam Rural living conditions Can Tho City Red Cross Society Building Bridges at Rural Areas: Construction of two bridges in the districts of Phong Dien, Thoi Lai, to increase transportation and logistics for Can Tho citizens, especially for children who have to go to school every day. 29,100.00
2013 Vietnam Community Grant Can Tho City Red Cross Society: Ninh Thuan provincial Red Cross chapter Construction of houses for disadvantagedcommunities. 96,000.00
2013 Vietnam Community Grant Can Tho City Red Cross Society Water supply system in rural areas 24,000.00
2014 Vietnam Empowering Women Can Tho City Red Cross Society Household sewing training for poor women 70,000.00
2014 Vietnam Economic Opportunity Vietnam Red Cross Livelihood development support for underserved families 50,000.00
  1. [PMI IMPACT website,Second funding round, Accessed 9 may 2019