“We dream to see a day where no child, in Pakistan or elsewhere, should be deprived of a quality education, where regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds; children everywhere have equal opportunities to develop, academically and otherwise.”RelatedThe Citizens Foundation (Awardee) 2014 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee THE CITIZENS FOUNDATION accepts Asia’s Premier Prize and Highest Honor.
“Safeguarding all aspects of cultural property in my country—including museums, monuments, archaeological sites, music, the arts, and traditional crafts—is of particular significance in terms of strengthening cultural identity. And it is preserving a sense of national integrity.”RelatedMasoudi, Omara Khan (Awardee) 2014 Ramon Magsaysay Awardee OMARA KHAN MASOUDI accepts Asia’s Premier Prize and Highest Honor.
“A nation’s progress is often judged by the strength of its economy or the size of its GDP. Many people feel indigenous peoples (or IPs for short) should also contribute to this type of ‘progress’. GDP does not calculate what is valuable in the eyes of IPs: the cost of lost cultures and local knowledge, […]
The 56th Ramon Magsaysay Awards were presented to 5 individuals from Afghanistan, China, Indonesia and the Philippines and an organization from Pakistan, all of whom have been heralded for being “beacons of hope in Asia”.RelatedHalasan, Randy (Awardee)Hu, Shuli (Awardee)Manurung, Saur Marlina (Awardee)Masoudi, Omara Khan (Awardee)The Citizens Foundation (Awardee)Wang, Canfa (Awardee) The 2014 Ramon Magsaysay Awardees […]