• Haven Restaurant

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Haven is a training restaurant for young adults who have left orphanages and safe shelters. The restaurant also serves underprivileged young adults from very rural poor areas, and are looking for a stable, steady opportunity in the workplace.
  • Hearts For Hue

    Hue, Vietnam
    Categories: tour operator
    Hearts for Hue is a local charity organization in Hue city, Vietnam. Their main purpose is to improve the living conditions of the boat people in Thua Thien Hue Province, just outside of Hue. Last year they began running tours to their community projects as a way to generate income for their programs. Visit participants running business models with loans provided by Hearts For Hue, such as sewing hats and processing food, or help local people feed chickens/pigs, collect eggs, and do gardening, harvesting, or fishing. There are many activities to choose from. Take a tour with them gain a better understanding and appreciation of the life and culture of this wonderful city and its people.
  • Heaven Hill Homestay

    Besisahar, Nepal
    Categories: homestay, hotel/guesthouse
    This rural homestay offers travelers a chance to experience Nepali life in a small village near . The homestay is deeply embedded with the community, and 10% of profits are funneled into community projects, as well as the Heaven Hill Academy.
  • Heaven Restaurant & Bar

    Kigali, Rwanda
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, artwork & crafts
    Heaven features international fusion cuisine and the restaurant invests energy in training and supporting Rwanda's tourism industry. The restaurant, though initiated and run by a foreigner employs local Rwandans the vast majority of work. Additionally, Rwandan craftspeople painstakingly produced everything in the restaurant, from the chairs and tables to the artwork on the walls. The restaurant offers wifi and local crafts so tourist passing through can sample fusion cuisine made from locally grown ingredients, buy local crafts, and take in the views of Kigali. The Heaven Restaurant & Bar is located in Kiyovu, three streets downhill from Mille Collines Hotel.
  • Helping Hands

    Yangon, Myanmar
    Categories: souvenirs, artwork & crafts
    Helping Hands is a social business focused on restoring traditional Burmese teak furniture — a beautiful legacy in Myanmar. The business employs over 50 skilled artisans to work along side ex-street children, training them in the art and skill of furniture restoration. Together they bring old, unloved furniture back to life.
  • Hla Day

    Yangon, Myanmar
    Categories: artwork & crafts, clothing shop
    Hla Day is a social enterprise operating in Yangon, Myanmar. The shop applies commercial strategies to maximize improvements in the lives of its producers. Working with Myanmar artisans, disadvantaged groups, and small local businesses, Hla Day designs, develops, and sells quality handmade products with a contemporary twist.
  • 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.
  • Hotel Con Corazon

    Granada, Nicaragua
    Categories: hotel/guesthouse
    Hotel con Corazón is a boutique hotel in the center of Granada, Nicaragua. In addition to being a hotel, it is also a foundation which works with children to ensure they finish their education while stimulating the local economy.
  • Indigo Cat

    6 Fansipan Street, Sapa, Vietnam
    Categories: clothing shop
    Buying authentic handmade tribal textiles from local and remote indigenous women in the Sapa area, this boutique style retail environment is perfect for browsing without the pressure to buy. Head here for some of the best handpicked textiles in town owed by a knowledgable Hmong/French family.
  • 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.