We work with marginalized communities, returning refugees, host communities, religious and community leaders, teachers, youth, and other stakeholders to address basic needs including improving access to and the quality of health care, education, and livelihoods. By enhancing the capacity of existing community structures and individuals, Community World Service Asia supports communities in an effort to overcome inequality and to work toward sustainable food security, peace, access to basic rights, and resilience. We strive to build the capacity of teachers to help develop the quality of education and its role in the country’s development as well as support NGOs with organizational development through training and technical support. We also actively engage government departments and communities in DRR activities. When necessary, emergency response is provided to disaster-affected communities.