Published on: Mar 13, 2020
George Goh Ching Wah is a Singaporean Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Ambassador, Honorary Advisor and Institution Founder. Internationally renowned, Ching is also the Founder and Chairman of Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of BMU. BMU is mentored by Imperial College London, the 108-year old university that is currently ranked 8th in the QS World University Rankings (2018). Goh is the Founder and First Vice Chairman of Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship of Tribhuvan University, Nepal (TU). TU and Singapore Management University (SMU) have decided to establish Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) for entrepreneurship development and innovation in Nepal. George spoke to New Spotlight on various issues: Excerpts:
By A Correspondent | Mar 15, 2020
I have worked directly with survivors of violence, founded women’s shelters, worked at the grassroots to the national and global level through various NGOs and Networks I have co-founded, as well as partnered with government entities for promoting gender equality.
By Bandana Rana | Mar 16, 2020
Having worked in various development sectors of Nepal, particularly in remote and rural parts, to uplift the life of poor and marginalized people, World Vision International Nepal (WVIN) has its own reputation. As WVIN recently celebrated its annual program, JANES IMANUEL GINTING, National Director of WVIN, spoke with NEW SPOTLIGHT. Excerpts:
By A Correspondent | Mar 17, 2020