Beneficiaries of Kenan Institute Asia projects come from all walks of life. From educators to corporate executives to government officials, Kenan strives to make a lasting impact on society. By focusing on training men and women in leadership roles, Kenan’s work reaches an exponential number of beneficiaries.
Total number of beneficiaries reached in 2015 through 23 projects.
11,608 Educators and Students
7,188 Civil Society and Community Members
1,150 Entrepreneurs and SME Owners
183 Corporate Executives and Staff
186 Government Officials
MAJOR PROJECT OUTPUTS
147 Seminars, workshops and trainings held.
64 Plans developed for government and provincial organizations, businesses, and SMEs.
29 Inquiry-based curriculums developed for schools.
Students, teachers, principals, public health workers, government officials, corporate employees, managers, policymakers, entrepreneurs, tourism operators, at-risk women, disadvantaged and poor populations, and small business owners all rank among the more than 100,000 direct beneficiaries that Kenan has helped since 1996. We strive to make our programs impactful and sustainable, providing benefits that reach beyond our direct beneficiaries to support the communities where they live and work. Through these activities, our work has touched the lives of more than 1,000,000 people in Southeast Asia.
Number Of Direct Beneficiaries Since 1996: 138,089 and counting...