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THink Digest No. 5, Special Issue: Profit for Good

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This special issue of THink features stories behind social enterprises who triumphed at the DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia over the years. Get inspired by their ideas, success stories (and struggles) that continue to impact their communities, and society at large. This issue was created in collaboration with DBS Foundation and NUS Enterprise.

In this issue:

  • Finding My Footing in this World
    Society Staples creates a more inclusive future and maximises opportunities for Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) through two platforms — experiences and engagement.
  • Transforming Lives, One Scarf at a Time
    The lives of master weavers in rural Bhutan are forever changed through ANA by Karma.
  • Spotlight: Interview with Prof Wong Poh Kam
    Professor Wong Poh Kam, from the School of Business at the National University of Singapore (NUS), and Director for NUS Entrepreneurship Centre, spoke to THink about the teaching of entrepreneurship, the rise of social entrepreneurship and developing the sector’s ecosystem.
  • Sowing the Seeds of Change
    Siam Organic takes on poverty among Thai farmers.
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THink Digest Issue No. 4: Bridging the Gaps

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Any effort to improve our current situation and the well-being of our society is most effective when we acknowledge the existence of gaps: the divides between policies and its implementation, the complaints of under- and over-resourced, the contrast between the haves and the have-nots, and other obvious and hidden gaps among generations, countries and societies. For this fourth issue of THink, contributors write about gaps they have observed — and the potential solutions to bridge these gaps.

In this issue:

  • Feature: The Diplomacy of China 3.0: How to Be Creatively Involved in World Affairs
  • Higher Education Reform in Cambodia since 1990s: How or What for?
  • The Early Childhood Practice Gap: A Matter of Context
  • Where Are the Youth in Agriculture?
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