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  • Hope Cafe Kolkata

    Kolkata, India
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    The Hope Café in Kolkata is a café that provides training opportunities to underprivileged and vulnerable people in the community. The café runs in collaboration with NGO Hope Kolkata Foundation who works to provide services such as education, medical & health care, life skills training and shelter. The cafe also has an in-house boutique where you can purchase a range of fair trade handicrafts providing employment opportunities to the women that the Hope Kolkata Foundation supports.
  • Inle Heritage

    Inle Lake, Myanmar
    Categories: ecotourism, class/workshop, hotel/guesthouse, cooking class, restaurant/cafe
    Take a learning journey through this organization, which is committed to preserving the region's unique cultural heritage while offering interesting tourism experiences — proceeds contribute to the local community. With a boutique hotel, cooking classes, an award-winning restaurant, Inle Lake tours, and more, there's a range of ways to support this organization's work.
  • Jaan Bai

    Battambang, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Jaan Bai, meaning “rice bowl” in Khmer, is a social enterprise restaurant in affiliation with Cambodian Childrens Trust (CCT), and provides skills and employment for youth in Battambang, with all profits going to the overall sustainability of CCT. The cuisine at Jaan Bai is about the simplicity of well-crafted, nourishing and wholesome recipes - as well as serving great coffee and cocktails. They use seasonal organic produce sourced from local farmers and neighbouring markets, as well as the kitchen garden at their youth centre.
  • Jack's Cat Cafe

    Hoi An, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, animal sanctuary, internet cafe
    Jack's Cat Cafe is a part of the Vietnam Cat Welfare NGO based in Hoi An. The organization is the main cat shelter houses more than 60 rescue cats. The Cafe helps fund the work of not only improving the welfare of local cats, but of educating and increasing the compassion toward cats and all animals throughout Vietnam.
  • Joma Bakery

    Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Joma Bakery actually has several locations 4 in Hanoi, as well as in Laos. They serve great coffee, fresh baked goods and delicious and healthy sandwiches.
  • Kinyei Cafe

    Battambang, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, coffee shop
    The word 'Cafe' means more to Kinyei than just a place to have a coffee - they recognise it to be a place, open to everyone, where you can go to share ideas, news, and culture. Kinyei Cafe serves a range of expertly made espressos and baked goods. With live music, a gallery space, and hosting 'Kinyei Open Classroom', the cafe is becoming a hub of social innovation, cross cultural engagement and local artistic talent.
  • KOTO Restaurant (Hanoi)

    Hanoi, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    KOTO stands for Know One, Teach One and the restaurant in HCMC is part of their social enterprise network in Vietnam.
  • KOTO Restaurant (HCMC)

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    KOTO stands for Know One, Teach One and the restaurant in HCMC is part of their social enterprise network in Vietnam.
  • Le Maison De Tet

    West Lake, Hanoi
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Maison De Tet is located on the West Lake, near the intercontinental hotel with a gorgeous view of the lake form their balcony. The cafe is all about locally sourced organic ingredients and they get most of them from their own farm (The Fragrant Path) that is just outside of Hanoi. They are passionate about promoting local farmers and local artisans and creating healthy and delicious food.
  • Le Tonlé TTC (Kratie)

    Kratie, Cambodia
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse, restaurant/cafe
    Le Tonlé Guesthouse and Restaurant are just a stone's throw from the mighty Mekong river in Kratie Town and prides itself on having a family feel. It is a social enterprise affiliated with Le Tonlé TTC (Tourism Training Centre); a not-for-profit organisation providing vocational training to disadvantaged youth from Cambodia’s north-eastern provinces. Visiting the guesthouse or restaurant provides the opportunity to support human resource development in Cambodia.