This month, we meet Monday from Nigeria, who vounteers remotely with WISE as a copywriter, and writes write stories on WISE’s activities and impact. So far, he has written three stories and is presently working on a fourth. 1) How […]
Anyeong hasaeyo! Meet Erica Junghoon Lee, our volunteer and a proud Korean through and through! Initially, having learned about sustainable development at school, JungHoon found an opportunity as a market researcher through the UNV Online Volunteering Service. Upon completing the […]
For the Khmer version, click here. WISE works across Southeast Asia on important water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects. We do this with the help of our dedicated volunteers. One of them, Thoeurn Thean, is a 25-year-old volunteer from Cambodia […]
For the Khmer version, click here. WISE is privileged to have a passionate and energetic group of volunteers. One of them is Lao Sou Mouy from Cambodia. Sou Mouy is currently a business administration student at Kapiolani Community College in […]
For the Bahasa Indonesia version, click here WISE is fortunate to have a diverse team of volunteers working on different aspects of our operations. Let’s learn about Tiwi Aminati, a 22-year-old research volunteer from Jakarta, Indonesia. Tiwi has a BEng […]
Lydia has a passion for helping others. Like many young people out there, she is social media savvy and cheerful. To channel her passion, the 23-year-old volunteered to be part of the WISE team. She in charge of the Inclusion […]
Why should people care about WASH? Nicholas shares three compelling reasons! The script was written by Sujith Kumar, the video was edited by Intan Adiputri, and the subtitles were prepared by Julivius Prawira.
“Water, sanitation and hygiene in Southeast Asia, especially in rural areas, is a really big problem and it cannot be done instantly. But I hope that from our projects, through WISE, it can help people and maybe engage people in […]
“I think that people living in urban areas seem to get basic clean water and sanitation services, more than people living in rural areas. People living in rural areas are still struggling to access clean water and sanitation systems, because […]
Find out how Sophorn came to be a volunteer with WISE, and hear about her experience facilitating a workshop with the residents of Phnom Village!