Tour Dates: September 29 – October 16, 2016
Registration Deadline: August 1, 2016 (for group airfare rate, register by June 24, 2016)
Join veteran VIA travelers and first-time visitors for a timely examination of Myanmar’s political life and civil society,
After two week’s preparation, the first sharing workshop & proaction cafe with Enactus in Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) was held on March 20th. In total, there were 27 people including 9 from Enactus MUST, one of the
Next Innovators Tokyo (NIT) is an alumni group for those who participated in VIA’s ESI and DSI programs. They recently teamed up with the Japan Alumni Committee (JAC) to hold an alumni reunion event in Tokyo.
-What motivated you to
EHC 2016 Faculty In Residence James Thomas
This spring, Dr. James Thomas reprised his role as Faculty In Residence for the 2016 Exploring Health Care (EHC) Program. Dr. Thomas received his clinical training in Sheffield, England. A published author, he
We followed two girls back to their homes during our scholarship recipient survey visits
If you had asked me a year ago where I thought I would be by 2016, never in a million years would I say “Vietnam.” A
“Before I joined DSI, I was only a soccer coach for high-school students. ‘I want to change myself,’ I thought.”
And that was just what Ryoma Tanaka did. A law student at Keio University, he still coaches soccer for high-school
Tiyi, [our first participant from France!] now studying at the International School of Asia, Karuizawa in Japan, shares a rundown of all the things she did and learned at ESI this summer. Thanks for bringing all your insights and ideas,
Delancey Street Foundation has been a long time favorite organization for VIA Social Innovation program participants. ESI participant Cicy Zhang from Beijing shares her unforgettable experience at this “place for second chances” in this moving video reflection.
Har Khaw Dee, one of ESI’s first participants from Myanmar shares her passion for education as a Warden at the Phaung Daw Oo Monastic School (PDO) where she supports 186 girls from different regions in Myanmar, some of them even