Support for philanthropists wishing to get involved with projects of public interest in Asia and Australia, in collaboration with Give2Asia.
In the Asia-Pacific region too, the King Baudouin Foundation is active thanks to the involvement of philanthropists and donors in strengthening actors in key sectors such as health, training and the economy. We support local actors, individuals and organisations that contribute to their country’s development. In order to increase our impact, we work closely with KBFUS and KBF CANADA, as well as with our partner Give2Asia.
- we support individuals, organisations and businesses that wish to contribute to supporting projects of public interest in Asia and Australia
- we support individuals and local organisations
- and we allocate loans and bank guarantees to actors in civil society. For further information go to our sub-programme Businesses for development.
Fund Isaan Thailand
Provision of study grants to over 100 active scholarship students.
Moeders voor Vrede / Mothers for Peace
As part of an initiative launched in Afghanistan in 2003, organisation of digital lessons to ensure the well-being and health of thousands of women and girls.
Doctor Typhagne Memorial Charitable (DTMC) trust
Enriching the lives and restoring the dignity and rights of stigmatised and marginalised groups, getting them actively involved in their own and others' development.
Support for educational and micro-economic initiatives that contribute to the development of disadvantaged regions in South-East Asia and, more specifically, Isaan, in Thailand.
Audrey Jacobs (Fund)
Support humanitarian, educational and medical projects, particularly in Nepal, chosen or initiated by the Audrey Jacobs Foundation.
Marthe and Marie (Fund)
Financial support for projects engaged in welfare and material aid for underprivileged groups in South-East Asia.