The Foundation recognizes his generous compassion in addressing the fundamental needs of both the living and the dead in Myanmar -- regardless of their class or religion -- and his channeling personal fame and privilege to mobilize many others toward serving the greater social good.
The Foundation recognizes his creative vision in transforming the culture of giving in India, his enterprising leadership in treating cloth as a sustainable development resource for the poor, and in reminding the world that true giving always respects and preserves human dignity.
The Foundation recognizes her single-minded crusade in preserving the endangered artistic heritage of Southern Philippines, and in creatively propagating a dance form that celebrates and deepens the sense of shared cultural identity among Asians.
The Foundation recognizes his exemplary integrity, courage and tenacity in uncompromisingly exposing and painstakingly investigating corruption in public office, and his resolute crafting of program and system improvements to ensure that government honorably serves the people of India.
The Foundation recognizes her fearless, indomitable spirit to revive and develop the ancient Laotian art of silk weaving, creating livelihoods for thousands of poor, war-displaced Laotians, and thus preserving the dignity of women and her nation’s priceless silken cultural treasure.
2015 Awardee Kyaw Thu reading his response ttranslated by his son Pye Thein Kyaw to the Ramon Magsaysay Awards Presentation Ceremonies
2015 Awardee Anshu Gupta reading his response to the Ramon Magsaysay Awards Presentation Ceremonies.
2015 Awardee Ligaya-Fernando Amilbangsa reading her response to the Ramon Magsaysay Awards Presentation Ceremonies.