RMAF President Carmencita Abella welcomes two of the first 2015 Ramon Magsaysay Awardees Anshu Gupta (in red) and Sanjiv Chaturvedi (in green) who arrived on August 26, 2015. Both gentlemen are from India.
Mr. Omara Khan Masoudi, Director of Afghanistan's National Museum explaining of museum objects during visited of High level authorities.
Professor Wang Canfa has made it his personal mission to train and educate court personnel, including judges, on environmental law and how cases involving such laws can be better heard and resolved.
TCF addresses the overwhelming deficit in access to quality education by over five-and-a-half-million children in Pakistan—66% of them girls—by building and running schools that target the poor and maintaining a 50/50 balance between boys and girls.
Recognizing the importance of today’s youth for the future of journalism in China, Hu Shuli gives lectures in different universities, emphasizing to student journalists the value of ethical and truthful journalism for the country’s continuing progress.
Sometimes called “the most dangerous woman in China” for her fearless investigative journalism. Hu Shuli heads Caixin Media Group, a multimedia organization, and is editor-in-chief of Caixin, which continues to publish well-researched reports on corporate fraud and public sector corruption.
Education is the key to Matigsalug’s survival in a modernizing Philippines. So students are encouraged to stay in school, and values like self-help, egalitarianism, and collaboration are promoted.
The 2014 Ramon Magsaysay Awardees. (From left) Randy Halasan of the Philippines, Saur Marlina Manurung of Indonesia, The Citizens Foudation of Pakistan, represented by Mr. Ateed Riaz, Mr. Syed Asaad Ayub Ahmad & Mr. Ahsan M. Saleem, Omara Khan Masoudi of Afghanistan, Hu Shuli of China, & Wang Canfa of China.