Oct 16 2020
In The News
Sowing The Seeds for a Better Food Future in Asia | Eco-Business
Sara Farley, Managing Director, Food and Deepali Khanna, Managing Director, Asia Regional Office, published an article in Eco-Business (Asia-Pacific), Sowing the seeds for a better food future in Asia. It discusses how Covid-19 has …


Sep 14 2020
The Rockefeller Foundation Thailand
This video is about The Rockefeller Foundation's legacy and current supports in Thailand. The objective is to reinforce to Thai stakeholders that RF remains very committed to Thailand. Although the …

MARCH 2020

Mar 23 2020
Our Work in Asia
For over a century, The Rockefeller Foundation has worked across Asia, starting with the establishment of Thailand’s first health ministry and the founding of the Peking Union Medical College in …


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Nov 30 2017
Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network
A third of the natural disasters that have occurred around the world in the last three decades have been in Asia. Asia’s cities—among the areas in the world most vulnerable to climate change events—are growing rapidly: By 2025, 30 of the world’s megacities, or urban areas with populations exceeding 10 million, will be in Asia. Yet by mid-century, the region could face annual disaster losses exceeding $19 billion.
Nov 30 2017
100 Resilient Cities
By 2050, 75 percent of the global population are expected to live in cities. Because of the collision of globalization, urbanization, and climate change, not a week goes by that there’s not a disruption to a city somewhere in the world: a cyber attack, a natural disaster, or economic or social upheaval. Meanwhile, cities face acute stresses, such as poverty, endemic crime and violence, or failing infrastructure, that weaken a city over time.