Fair Trade COVID-19 Response in Asia

 

The webinar features an evolving story of a social solidarity initiative that addresses the needs of frontline essential workers as well as support the producers, artisans, farmers and members of Fair Trade enterprises in the region. This inaugural webinar also adds to the celebration of World Fair Trade Day in May.

 


 

Dompet Dhuafa Response and Contribution to Indonesia Health Sector Amid COVID

 

Before COVID-19, Dompet Dhuafa has already established a network of social enterprise hospitals serving the poor with community-based primary health care programs. This webinar is about their initiatives such as providing free pre-screening, rapid testing and temporary care facilities to increase hospital capacity, setting up of public hand wash stations and distribution of hygiene kits!

 


 

Turning the COVID-19 Threat into an Opportunity: Experience sharing from a Vietnamese social incubator

 

The Center for Social Initiatives Promotion, a leading Vietnamese non-profit working on the promotion of social enterprises had captured the opportunities of COVID-19 pandemic as a time for social enterprises to reflect on changes necessary to move forward. CSIP will share a few of their initiatives during the quarantine and some changes they have implemented after COVID-19.

 


 

Engaging Human Nature Stakeholders during COVID19

 

Human Nature is Gandang Kalikasan’s multi-awarded social enterprise brand of natural beauty, personal and home care products. Learn about how they engaged their workers, suppliers and partner-communities as they face the challenges of COVID-19 in this webinar.

 


 

SEED TO TABLE (featuring PRRM)

 

The COVID Social Enterprise Response and Visioning Effort (SERVE) Asia webinar series continues featuring Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement (PRRM). “SEED TO TABLE” is a conversation on food security, sustainable agriculture, and social entrepreneurship in times of disruption and towards sustainability and resilience.

 

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