Philippines – ASSIST

ASSIST (the Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation) is an international NGO that is focused on capacity building. It seeks to promote sustainable practices to address social problems in the developing world, with a focus on Asia and Africa.

Malaysia — Yayasan Salam

Yayasan Salam Malaysia is a nonprofit organization that promotes the spirit of volunteerism among Malaysians, providing opportunities for individuals to volunteer in communities, both locally and internationally. In recent years, Yayasan Salam has embarked on several community projects from women empowerment, ICT for rural youth, to education for indigenous groups in Malaysia.

  • Email: info@salam.org.my
  • Website: salam.org.my
  • Tel: (+60) 3 7958 4021

South Korea – NPO IT Support Center

NPO IT Support Center is a nonprofit organization that provides the necessary ICT support and resources that Korean nonprofits need to achieve their goals. To date, they have provided consultation, support and assistance in on-the-ground ICT training sessions to more than 500 local nonprofits in Korea.

  • Email: npoit@npoit.kr
  • Website: npoit.kr
  • Tel: (+82) 070 4167 512

Japan – Japan NPO Center

Japan Nonprofit Organization Center (JNPOC) is a national infrastructure organization for the nonprofit community in Japan. JNPOC supports the growth of local civil society organizations, cultivates and promotes multi-sector partnerships, and develops policy-oriented research.

In addition to their programs, some of their other initiatives include:

NPO Hiroba: An online database of over 50,000 local NPOs, allow them to help these NPOs gain accountability and visibility.

Indonesia – Kitabisa.com

Kitabisa literally translates to “We can” in Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia). Kitabisa.com is Indonesia’s most popular online fundraising platform, harnessing the power of the masses through crowdfunding.

Kitabisa.com works closely with many nonprofits, providing resources, such as workshops and training sessions that specifically address digital technology for nonprofits.

Since its launch in 2013, Kitabisa has collected over 8.46 billion rupiah in crowdfunding to support more than 785 initiatives.