Experience – NGOs & NFP
How Tirian uses their corporate & educational experience for Corporate Social Responsibility & supporting NGOs and the NFP sectors.
We like to draw on our experience in education and organization development to support the not-for-profit sector and give back to communities. Working with NGOs, governments and corporations across so many cultures also gives us a unique perspective on topics. For over 3 decades now, we have researched, designed and delivered long-term innovation culture solutions for a number of not-for-profit organizations, including directing a one-year project working on innovative solutions for a government project that supports impoverished farmers with improving agriculture techniques in Indonesia, coordinating strategies for refugee organizations to overcome challenges internationally, and producing a health curriculum for more than 25 million teachers and students in India.
Some of our NGO work has included the following organization and places:
- Indian Department of Health (India, Thailand and Nagaland)
- Baptist World Aid (Australia & India)
- El Salvador orphanages (Central America)
- Central Philippines University (Lecturers in Education)
- Chil-Out (Australia)
- Support an Orphan (Philippines, Thailand)
- Karen Tribal Education (Thailand)
- Sumba Foundation (Indonesia)
- Minardo Foundation (Indonesia)
- ROLE Foundation (Indonesia)
- World Bank
- AIR Prisma (Indonesia)|
- GTZ, (Indonesia)
- ASRC (Australia)
- Indian Total Schools health program (India)
From the ashes: The Resilience of Mexico’s Neza Rubbish Dump Dwellers: Why the Mexico rubbish dump dwellers of Neza might just save the planet.
(This video was shot and made in 1991, and inspired the chapter on Resilience and Optimism for our book “Who Killed Creativity?”- Chapter 9)
The Glass Ceiling Simulation & Corporate Social Responsibility Learning
Whilst many of us clammer to get to the top in business, what must it be like to run a business at the bottom? This program will challenge your business skills, your leadership, your team and the way you see life to the max, and at the same time help you understand the challenges of poverty and how everyone is affected.
You were meticulous in planning and industrious in carrying the plans through. You planned highly innovative sessions, design, and your enthusiasm was infectious and appreciated by all concerned. The end result is that 25 million children will benefit from this project.
“This was one of the most profound programs we could have ever taken our team on” (The Glass Ceiling CSR simulation)