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WISE started out in the water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) sector which is what our co-founders had a background in. Since then, responding to the needs and opportunities that came our way, we have evolved to do much more.

1. Vision

A Southeast Asia that is equitable and sustainable for all.

2. Mission

We act to protect the environment, improve water, sanitation, and hygiene conditions, develop skills for future employment , and support better lives for migrant workers, through community development, behaviour change, capacity building, and research. 

2.1. Causes

To achieve our vision, WISE focuses on the following causes: environmental action; water, sanitation and hygiene; education, and; migrant work.

2.2. Approaches

We act on these causes through the following approaches: community development; behaviour change; capacity building, and; research.


3. Country-specific priorities

Depending on the needs of the communities that we work with, as well as our strengths and resources, WISE as a whole and each country team focuses on different causes.


CauseHQIndonesia 🇮🇩Cambodia 🇰🇭Singapore 🇸🇬
Environment

YES

YES

YES

YES

Water, sanitation, and hygiene

YES

YES

YES

NO

Employment skills

NO

YES

NO

NO

Migrant work

YES

YES

NO

YES

Approach/ProgramHQIndonesia 🇮🇩Cambodia 🇰🇭Singapore 🇸🇬
Community development

YES

YES

YES

NO

Behaviour change

YES

YES

YES

YES

Capacity building

YES

YES

YES

YES

Research

YES

YES

NO

YES


3.1. Indonesia 🇮🇩

In Indonesia, we work to improve water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) conditions, protect the environment, and increase opportunities for education, through community development and behaviour change.

3.2. Cambodia 🇰🇭

In Cambodia, we focus on water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and environmental action, through community development, behaviour change, and capacity building.

3.3. Singapore 🇸🇬

In Singapore, we focus on environmental action and migrant work, through behaviour change, capacity building, and research.

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