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Connecting women entrepreneurs to global opportunities
27-May-2016

In India, a non-profit organisation is enhancing the links between women-owned businesses and global supply chains. The aim is to eventually roll out a data platform that serves and promotes women entrepreneurs from 17 other countries.

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Contact: Kyle Brown Institution: International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
 
Infographic: Heath & WASH in South East Asia
26-May-2016

Aid International Development Forum (AIDF) has released an infographic on healthcare in South East Asia (SEA). The infographic provides an overview of current health threats, including those related to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), trends in financin¬g for health focus areas as well as gaps in development assistance.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA
 
Understanding food choices in Hong Kong
17-May-2016

Scientists at Taylor’s University in Malaysia and the Chinese University of Hong Kong are undertaking interdisciplinary research to understand the food habits of the people of Hong Kong.

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Contact: Administrator Account Institution: ResearchSEA
 
Asia’s coasts to experience most extreme weather
26-April-2016

Over the next 50 years, people living at low altitudes in developing countries, particularly those in coastal Asia, will suffer the most from extreme weather patterns, according to researchers.

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Contact: Kyle Brown Institution: International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
 
Malaysian carbon tax could pave way to renewable energy future
19-April-2016

If Malaysia doesn’t take action to control its carbon emissions through a carbon tax, the damage caused by climate change over a 95-year period could cost the country more than 40 trillion Malaysian ringgits (US$9.1 trillion).

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Contact: University of Malaya Institution: University of Malaya
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