During last October, we were invited by ICOMOS (please look on forum website Culture – Conserving it Together – for the full details), organised in Suva, Fiji to speak about our approach to making heritage restoration economically viable and sustainable, and how much of pleasure it was to receive feedback and support from so many experts. [Photo Credit to Elizabeth … Read More
SPRING Accelerator is delighted to announce its 4th cohort, bringing to the programme 20 businesses across South Asia selected for their commitment to making a lasting difference to the lives of adolescent girls aged 10-19. This year’s cohort includes businesses in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan with a mix of early, growth and more mature businesses each committing to innovation … Read More
Doh Eain along with over 400 representatives from 45 other countries participated in the Global Placemaking Week in Amsterdam this week. The Project for Public Spaces defines placemaking as follows: “Placemaking capitalises on a local community’s assets, inspiration and potential, and it results in the creation of quality public spaces that contribute to people’s health, happiness, and well being.” Organised … Read More
Between July and October 2017, founder and director of Doh Eain Emilie Röell is participating in a regional leadership program on smart cities in Singapore, Manila and Pune. The program provides an excellent opportunity to gather inspiration from the region, share and test our partner, and form new partnerships. For more information click here
Doh Eain founder Emilie Röell was invited to speak at the TEDxYangon event on March 21, 2017. View her talk here. Yangon, the former capital city of Myanmar and the seat of British colonial government, has some of the last standing colonial heritage in Asia. Emilie Röell inspires the audience with her talk about conserving heritage buildings and areas in … Read More
In May 2017, founder and director of Doh Eain Emilie Röell participated in the Global Social Impact House organised by the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Social Impact Strategy. The program was an excellent importunity to further develop Doh Eain’s impact strategy. For more information click here.