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From subsidised housing made from bricks that combine plastic water bottles and a layer of cement, to pyrolysis trials that aim to turn plastic refuse
Charcoal and firewood might seem like typical necessities of rural living, but Vietnam and Cambodia-based Mekong Plus sees it differently. “[These methods are] very polluting
Bamboo Bicycle tours leading the way for Mekong Plus For almost 5 years, Bernard Kervyn, Founding and acting Director of Mekong Quilts, a social enterprise
Amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and relentlessly changes in the global economy, founding director Bernard Kervyn of Mekong Plus, a non-profit organisation that commits a
“They could not see the words on the whiteboard, [and] they could not read!” Bernard Kervyn, founding director of Mekong Plus, said, emphasising how simple
Mekong Plus fights domestic violence and sexual inequality in the Mekong Delta Since its inception, Mekong Plus has placed great emphasis on its mission to
For the past two decades, non-profit organisation Mekong Plus has focused most of its efforts on empowering rural communities in Vietnam and Cambodia through a
Since the earliest days, Mekong Plus and its founder Bernard Kervyn have been deeply devoted to changing the lives of underprivileged locals and their families
Microcredit : “It’s a gift that gives twice,” explained Bernard Kervyn, founder of Mekong Plus, the non-profit and community development organisation that has spent more
Improving Education: Mekong Plus’ key to improving lives in the Mekong Delta From co-funding infrastructure projects in Cambodia and Vietnam to starting South-east Asia’s first
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