Website hosting in Thailand for flourishing online business

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

There are a number of website hosting companies in Thailand which offer their clients various kinds of packages to choose from depending upon their business requirement. The packages the Thailand based web hosting companies offer varies mostly in terms of the amount of disk space and the size of monthly data transfer. Website hosting as the name indicates refer to a service which offer individuals or organizations the privilege of posting websites or web pages in the internet.

Promise and Peril: Martus for Human Rights in Burma

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I recently had the pleasure of visiting one of our longtime Martus partners in Thailand, The Network for Human Rights Documentation – Burma ( ND-Burma ). ND-Burma, a Thailand-based coalition of over ten human rights groups, has been collecting narrative testimonies from victims and witnesses of human rights abuses by the Burmese regime. ND-Burma member groups regularly send observers, at great personal risk, across Burma’s borders with India, Bangladesh, Thailand and China.

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The First Global Martus Users Group Meeting

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Guest Beneblog by Vijaya Tripathi The first ever Martus users group meeting took place earlier this month in Chiang Mai, the capital of Northern Thailand. I’ve been journeying to Chiang Mai and other parts of Thailand to meet with ND-Burma and its member organizations for three years, and I found it personally rewarding to see other users meeting and learning from ND-Burma’s experiences in their day-to-day environment.

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Southeast Asia, Social Enterprise Accidental Tour!

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I just spent almost three weeks in Thailand and Laos on a combined work and vacation trip. Bangkok, Thailand (and other locations). The man behind Cabbages and Condoms is Mechai Viravaidya , founder of Thailand’s Population and Community Development Association (“PDA”). Mechai made birth control socially acceptable in Thailand, so much so that his nickname is “Dr Condom” in the country.

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Influence | Forum One: Internet Strategy, Social Media, User Experience and Web Site Development

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Skip to Navigation Careers News Client login About Us Services Our Work Blogs Events Contact Us Home › Blogs › Influence Social Networking and #AIDS2010 Suzanne Rainey in Influence 15 Jul 2010 There’s a flurry of action this week as we await the start of the XVIII International AIDS Conference (#AIDS2010) in Vienna, Austria, next week. I wish I was able to attend, but am glad that many of my clients have the opportunity to go. The conference is held every two years, and is always.

What is glutathione and hwo it helps everyone?

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Buy the best quality glutathione in Thailand. Now that you have an idea of how much important glutathione is for your body, it is time that you get your glutathione supplement from the very best vendor in Thailand. In Thailand there are only a few online platforms which provide you with the best quality glutathione supplements and among them only Honestdocs has the capability to provide you with the best.

Some Thoughts About Remote Presentations: Mekong ICT Camp

Beth Kanter

I was invited to present a key note at the Mekong ICT Camp in Thailand about nonprofits, social media, and measurement. This event is a biannual training workshop on information, communication, and technologies for citizen media, community health, and civil society development in Mekong Region and included participants are coders, journalists, and NGO staff from Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. The camp took place in Cha-am, Petchburi, Thailand.

Thanks to Andy Carvin: Enjoy Kong Nay Video!

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who will be doing some video blogging in Cambodia and Thailand. Click To Play. I'm packing up the video cameras that Doug donated and the I'm sending over. to Jay Dedman and Ryanne H. I just stumbled upon this video that Andy Carvin captured of Kong Nay. My kids love him. I wish we were there. Read Andy's post. Do I need to mention that I found the link via twitter

Fundraising Video by Jonny Goldstein for Project Hope

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While making the video I was honored to meet Thailand???s Click to Play. My friend Jonny Goldstein made this amazing video for Project Hope International. Go watch it. Jonny notes: One of them is this fundraising video for Christina Arnold, who runs a Project Hope International, a nonprofit which works preventing human trafficking in the US and in Southeast Asia. condom king??? Mechai Viravaidya, who was in DC to pick up the coveted Gates Award for Public Health

Latest global social, digital, mobile data for ya

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Alongside regional pictures that capture the stats for every nation on Earth, we also present in-depth analyses for 24 of the world’s largest economies: Argentina, Australia, Brazile, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.

Best Airtel prepaid international roaming plans for traveling abroad

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Airtel prepaid international roaming plans cover famous international destinations including the United States, France, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, and New Zealand. Traveling abroad? We’re sure you have gone through your checklist several times –packing clothes for temperature abroad, booking hotel rooms, planning a detailed tour itinerary, getting your phone ready for overseas travel. Oh did you forget the last one?

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Digital Divide Data: our Partner in Laos

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She met us at the airport and dropped our bags off at our hotel and took us to a major crafts fair being held outside of town (where we saw products produced by numerous social enterprises: more on the social enterprise action in Laos and Thailand in my next post). Benetech is a tech social enterprise. While our activities often creates jobs beyond the core high technology jobs around software development and user support, we don't see it as our core competency.

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How Nonprofits Practice Continuous Improvement

Beth Kanter

I’m just back from spending a week in Bangkok, Thailand at the IFC-ASIA: Ecosystems for Good. I’m just back from spending a week in Bangkok, Thailand at the IFC-ASIA: Ecosystems for Good. I co-lead a workshop on digital transformation, co-facilitated a master class on digital fundraising campaigns, co-hosted a learning breakfast for scholarship participants, co-designed a Big Room session on Technology for Good, and in between attended some amazing sessions.

7 Nonprofits Leading the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Saleforce Nonprofit

The organization operates in Thailand, Cambodia, the Philippines, Laos, Dominican Republic and India and also has offices in three donor nations: United States, Australia and New Zealand. *This post was originally published on 7/28/17. It was updated on 8/17/2022 for National Nonprofit Day.

Big News in Benetech's Human Rights Program: New Funding and Enhanced Tools!

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This post originally appeared on the new Benetech''s Blog. Secure tools to document human rights violations, such as those developed by Benetech’s Human Rights Program, have become critically important in efforts to pursue reform and seek justice—and in keeping human rights defenders safe. When widely deployed, these tools have the potential to make lasting impact by empowering people to fight abuse and advance democracy.

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Climate Warming and Palo Alto -> Miradi and the World

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Rare is working in Abaco Island in the Bahamas to protect critically threatened species like the Spiny Lobster, Eastern Steppe Mongolia to help save the Mongolian gazelle among other species; and Uthaithanee, Thailand to save the Indochinese tiger. One day last month we were shocked to discover all the street trees on our quaint downtown street had been chopped down. Clearcut. To be honest, most of us probably never took much notice of the 63 mature holly oaks.

Building Your Blog Audience: Answering Fern Thai's Question

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They are a volunteer matching organization working a village in Thailand and if you're looking to volunteer in Thailand, you should check them out!) I "met" or rather connected with Tony from Fern Thai through Facebook (I think). Tony was kind enough to help promote the America's Giving Challenge to his community on MySpace. He recently sent me an email query and I thought I'd put it out here for others to give advice.

Video Blogging from Cambodia

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Ryanne Hodson and Jay Dedman were in Cambodia and are in Thailand right now. Click to Play. They are traveling with Christina Arnold from Project Hope to document her project. Here's the backstory about how they got there, etc. Jay and Ryanne were delivering "video blogging kits" to Sharing Foundation in country staff to begin to capture some video of the work.

Increasing Accessible Publishing Globally

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The November 2012 General Assembly took place in Bangkok, Thailand. Plenary Talk at the Eighth General Assembly of the World Blind Union Access to published information is an essential requirement for education, employment and full social inclusion. People with vision impairments and other print disabilities deserve equal access to that treasure of information.

Celebrate Community Storytelling

Tech Soup Blog

She studied the German, Czech, and Spanish languages and has lived and traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia, including Spain, Germany, the Czech Republic, Laos, Vietnam, and Thailand. The time to gala, glitz, and glam with industry leaders, talented techies, and a few of your favorite TechSoup staffers is almost here! RSVP now for TechSoup's fourth annual Digital Storytelling Screening and Awards Party on Tuesday, May 28 at 7 p.m.

What Is TechSoup Up To in Asia (Now)?

Tech Soup Blog

We’ve also launched a NetSquared Local in Singapore, and are working to include the Philippines and Thailand in the near future. Aletha Schelby is Program Manager for TechSoup Asia. Having been at TechSoup Global for eight years now, I can remember what it was like before we added the “Global” to our name (literally and figuratively). How exciting it was when we first started down the road of expanding our programs and services to NGOs in other countries!

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Go Holiday Shopping with Your Global Girlfriend

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The creators of Global Girlfriend's merchandise come from all over the world: Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Nicaragua, South Africa, Thailand, the United States and Vietnam. According to a recent article in Muncie, Indiana's Star Press , "the National Retail Federation expects the average consumer to spend $791.10 this holiday season, up from $738.11 last year." If you're going to spend that kind of cash, why not give a gift that gives back?

What I Learned About Philanthropy, Fundraising, and Social Impact at IFCAsia in Bangkok

Beth Kanter

The Resource Alliance has been presenting the NGO Awards in Thailand, India and Vietnam for 10 years, but 2017 marked a substantial change in the award program’s focus and delivery.

Thrivability: A Collaborative Sketch

Amy Sample Ward

Like you, the contributors are from a vast array of places in the world from Stockholm, Brussels, and London to Thailand, Australia, and Uganda, and include Seattle, San Francisco, Portland, NYC, Los Angeles, Houston, Cleveland, Chicago, and Boston. I’m so excited to announce the launch of Thrivability: A Collaborative Sketch – a new book curated by Jean Russell with a collection of over 60 essays crafting a topography for thriving.

Wendy Sternberg Leaves Her Medical Career to Heal the World


Wendy just spent the several months in Thailand as part of the very exclusive Rotary Peace and Conflict Studies at Chulalongkorn University. People often become doctors because they want to heal people, and by extension, heal the world. Wendy Sternberg left her successful internal medicine practice in Evanston Illinois because she decided she could better heal the world through Genesis at the Crossroads (GATC), an organization she founded.

Vietnam and Indonesia Join TechSoup Asia’s Growing Family

Tech Soup Blog

They are all part of TechSoup Asia , which serves charities in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand — and now Vietnam and Indonesia. The foundation's mission is to help bring about shared prosperity and a sustainable future to all ASEAN countries, which comprise Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.

UniversalGiving: Impact, with a little help from friends (SocialActions)

Amy Sample Ward

People simply choose a country of interest (such as China or Thailand) and an area of interest (such as education or the environment) and find a list of vetted opportunities to which they can donate money or give their time. “First, we’re strictly nonprofit.&# That’s how UniversalGiving begins when describing it’s work. But, what it should really say is, “we may be non-profit, but we are not non-impact.&# Or at least something like that!

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Creating a Movement, Addressing Inequality


She spent half of her senior year traveling the world again, backpacking through places like Indonesia, Thailand, and Southeast Asia. The following is an excerpt from Derrick Feldmann’s latest book, Social Movements for Good: How Companies And Causes Create Viral Change. Order your copy here.

Using Social Media Internationally: How Not To Get Lost in Translation

Beth Kanter

Liverpool Football Club in the UK for example, uses a separate account to talk to its fans in Thailand, and another to talk to its fans in America. Flickr Photo by John K. Note from Beth: Social networks allow to connect with people from outside of our community and it is easy to have your conversation get lost in translation. Here’s some good tips when your network is global. How to Approach Social Media Internationally Guest Post By Christian Arno.

Upcoming Nonprofits Live: Storytelling and Collaborative Video

Tech Soup Blog

She is an experienced Director, Producer, Researcher, Screenwriter and Social Media Marketing Strategist with field and studio experience on large- and small-scale productions in the United States, England, Ghana, Thailand and Laos. One of the most frequent questions I hear at events from nonprofit professionals in the field is how to coordinate teams to produce compelling media across offices, time zones and countries.

Floss Manuals and Open Source Video Editing Tools

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He's over in Thailand now, but was glad to see he had Internet access - looks like free wifi too. David Saski from Global Voices and who is running the Rising Voices project will also be at the Cambodia Bloggers Summit in Phnom Penh next week. I found out that thanks to Adam Hyde of , he will be distributing free printed guides to open-source software and he will also be giving out digital cameras to up-and-coming Cambodian photobloggers.

Using SMS in the Field


Since this transition, Brooke has enjoyed working on social marketing campaigns in Mongolia, Thailand, and Laos PDR. Brooke Sadowsky, Program Manager, RARE Conservation. Our campaign managers in the field have been experimenting with using SMS to reach target audiences to spread news and information, campaign messages, and news about campaign activities. SMS allows conservation campaigns to reach a bigger audience, especially of people who are harder to find in rural and expansive areas.

New Year’s Resolutions for Grantmakers

Connection Cafe

Britain didn’t adopt January 1 as the New Year until 1752; Thailand didn’t until 1941. In a few days’ time the Gregorian calendar will reset; the month we call December will end and a new set of 12 months will be upon us. This is a tradition observed by much of the world approximately every 365.25

Women Activists Profiled by Mariane Pearl in Glamour

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Pearl has profiled 9 women in 9 countries: Cambodia: Somaly Mam, a former sex worker who founded Acting for Women in Distressing Situations , an organization that rescues sex workers in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam, and gives them job training. Amidst articles about "How to lose the last 10 pounds", "DIY tips for celeb-sexy hair" and "3 random ways to boost your sex drive," Glamour has been running a series about women activists since summer 2006.

Preventing Human Trafficking: An Interview with Christina Arnold

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CA: Without giving names, along the Thai-Burma border there is a project that we're funding with a fantastic former Thai Senator, Mechai Viravaidya, who is also the Chairman and Founder of the Population Community Development Association of Thailand. One of the ideas that they came up with, which they started years ago with the Population Community Development Association of Thailand, was to have village banks.

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Participation in Storytelling: Collaborative Video on Nonprofits Live

Tech Soup Blog

She is an experienced Director, Producer, Researcher, Screenwriter and Social Media Marketing Strategist with field and studio experience on large- and small-scale productions in the United States, England, Ghana, Thailand and Laos. One of the most frequent questions I hear at events from nonprofit professionals in the field is how to coordinate teams to produce compelling media across offices, time zones and countries.

In Search of Hope: The Global Diaries of Mariane Pearl

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The stories of women like Somaly Mam, a former child sex worker in Thailand who works to help girls in the sex trade; Sheila Watt-Cloutier, a global warming activist who is trying to preserve the Inuit way of life before it melts away; Dr. Julian Atim, a Ugandan doctor who lost her parents to AIDS and has fought to make ARVs more affordable; and Mariane's story itself, are models of human strength and perseverance in the face of extreme adversity.

World of Good Launches Fair Trade Wage Guide

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We have had women's groups write us from Thailand and say, 'We make these beautiful weavings that take us days, and we earned a really high price for them, and we thought, "Wow, this is what is really making us money." When you buy a basket, pot, weaving or jewelry from an artisan in the emerging world, you are helping them earn a living, but are you paying them fairly for their work?

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NpTech Summary: Red T-Shirt Day - Supporting Monks, YouTube Nonprofit Channel, and Web2forDev Conference Reports

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This group is an international network of people interested in e-learning, is organizing a trip to Thailand and Laos. Flickr Photo by Villoks Many people around the world are supporting the Monks in Burma by wearing red t-shirts today or participating in vigils like this one in Cambodia outside the Burma embassy. There is also a groundswell of support all over the Internet, from bloggers ( one blog at a time ) Facebook , Flickr , Online Petitions , mobile phones , and Second Life.

NpTech Tag Summary: Face-to-Face or Mediated Experience, Open Source Software Communities, and Blog Days

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Social Media Roundup There are places in the world where YouTube has been banned, including Turkey and Thailand. A social graph if the NpTech tag based on a google search NpTech Conversations Gavin's digital diner has written an article about the options that technology gives us for opting out of face-to-face gatherings. He notes with a trace of sarcasm, "???With

Creating Markets for Fair Trade Gifts: An Interview with Priya Haji of World of Good

Have Fun - Do Good

For example, we have had women's groups write us from Thailand and say, "You know, that's so funny. If you are going to buy something anyway, as a gift, or for yourself as a decorative item, or for your home, then why not buy something that has the hope or a dream of another person embedded into it, and by purchasing that thing, you are joining with them to pull that forward.--

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