• Maji Moto Maasai

    Maji Moto, Narok, Kenya
    Categories: tour operator, ecotourism, homestay
    Located in the Loita Hills of Kenya, this Maasai camp is the perfect compliment to any trip to the Maasai Mara National Reserve, or as a standalone experience. Salaton, the village's chief, invites travelers to experience the culture and spirit of the Maasai.
  • Makabata Guesthouse & Cafe

    Manila, Philippines
    Categories: restaurant/cafe, hotel/guesthouse
    A social enterprise for NGO Bahay Tuluyan, this guesthouse and cafe are staffed by vulnerable youth from the streets of Manila. Bahay Tuluyan offer a variety of programs and services aimed at preventing and responding to abuse and exploitation of children in the Philippines. By visiting the guesthouse and cafe you are helping to provide opportunity to individuals in the community and lead youth out of the cycle of poverty.
  • MBoutik

    Bagan, Myanmar
    Categories: clothing shop
    MBoutik is a social enterprise arm of Action Aid, providing opportunities for marginalised women in rural villages of Bagan. The group also provides support services including literacy and numeracy training, HIV prevention, medical care and treatment programs, gender rights, child care etc
  • Mekong Quilts (Hanoi)

    Hanoi, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Mekong Quilts was founded in 2001 as an income generation project under the umbrella of parent NGO, Mekong Plus. They sell quilts made by women in poor and rural communities across Southeast Asia.
  • Mekong Quilts (HCMC)

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Mekong Quilts was founded in 2001 and has multiple locations across Southeast Asia. They operate as an income generation project under the umbrella of parent NGO, Mekong Plus. They sell quilts (a perfect souvenir) made by women in poor and rural communities across Southeast Asia.
  • Mekong Quilts (Hoi An)

    Hoi An, Vietnam
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Founded in 2001, Mekong Quilts operates as an income generation project in conjunction with their parent NGO, Mekong Plus. These shops across Southeast Asia sell beautiful quilts made by women in poor and rural communities.
  • Mekong Quilts (Phnom Penh)

    Phnom Penh, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Mekong Quilts was founded in 2001 as an income generation project under the umbrella of parent NGO, Mekong Plus. They sell quilts made by women in poor and rural communities across Southeast Asia.
  • Mekong Quilts (Siem Reap)

    Siem Reap, Cambodia
    Categories: artwork & crafts
    Mekong Quilts was founded in 2001 as an income generation project under the umbrella of parent NGO, Mekong Plus. They sell quilts made by women in poor and rural communities across Southeast Asia.
  • Nailbar

    Phnom Penh
    Categories: spa
    Relax with a massage or get your nails in shape. Part of Friends-International, Nailbar is right next door to Friends the Restaurant. Services are provided by marginalized youth from the community who have been trained in spa services. Friends-International runs its Friends Programs to provide best practice sustainable social integration of children, youth and their caretakers and their communities. The Friends Programs ensure that all children and youth are protected from risks and abuse. They support children going to school, young people to find gainful employment and families to be able to support their own children.
  • Nepal Connection (Mahabir Dai's Restaurant)

    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Categories: restaurant/cafe
    Nepal Connection (Mahabir Dai's Restaurant) is a restaurant and co-working space in Kathmandu, Nepal. All the proceeds from the restaurant go to support education and health programs in rural Nepal. The restaurant is named after Mahabir Pun. He is well known in Nepal for his extensive work in rural villages in fields of health, education and awareness programmes by connecting those remote areas through internet using wireless technologies.