Too many organisations automatically reject proposals for disability-focused projects, saying it's not their "priority area." In an open letter to those organisations, our Co-Founder Weh Yeoh explains why providing services for people with disabilities needs to be a priority.
Is your legacy what you achieve in your work life, or how you impact those around you? Weh Yeoh reflects on the lessons his grandfather taught him about leaving a mark on the world.
Phearom’s organisation is facing a funding crisis, so they are only able to pay her $200 a month. Recently, she was offered another job that would see her salary double. She turned it down. Why would she do this? Weh Yeoh explains.
Why does it sometimes seem people don't care about issues like poverty, inequality, and human rights? Weh Yeoh explains the psychology behind our limited ability to make informed decisions, and relates it to indifference for the wellbeing of Indigenous Australians.
Effective marketing brings attention and donations. Good development work improves the lives of poor people. Can the two coexist? Weh Yeoh says no and gives five reasons why not.