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25

Changing Lives

years


PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

A

s I write this introduction to the East Meets West 2012 Annual Report, I’m struck by how quickly last year—with all its hard work and substantial results—has receded from view, caught up as I am in the work at hand in 2013. So returning to1988, the year EMW was born as an organization, requires some serious mental time travel. But it’s important to honor the fact that EMW has been active and growing for a quarter century, helping change the lives of over 5.9 million disadvantaged people in eight countries. EMW’s 25 years of results—featured here alongside our 2012 accomplishments—were made possible by dedicated, visionary staff; strategic partnerships and generous funders; a host of individual donors; and pioneering approaches like results-based financing. Much credit is also due to Atlantic Philanthropies. Under Country Director Le Nhan Phuong’s leadership, AP made a major investment in EMW that has paid off in a faster growing, stronger, more capable organization. EMW isn’t just growing fast—we’re growing smart. We’re not just identifying and seizing opportunities for growth; we’re creating them. We’re pleased that in 2012 our efficiency and effectiveness was again recognized by the esteemed watchdog organization Charity Navigator, which gave EMW its highest rating— four stars—for the fourth year running. As Nelson Mandela said, “Playing small doesn’t serve the world.” We best honor EMW’s success by building on it, applying the valuable lessons we’ve learned to achieve even greater impact. That’s why, in the pages of this annual report, you’ll find the key results of the strategic planning process we undertook in 2012. The plan sets out a path for growth and embodies EMW at its most visionary and forward-looking. But let’s not neglect 2012. Much was achieved last year through the efforts of our staff, partners, donors and beneficiaries. In particular: In clean water and sanitation, EMW received a $10.9 million grant to launch and implement a community-based program to promote latrine building and hygiene education. Ultimately, this project will improve sanitation for 1.7 million people in rural Vietnam and Cambodia.

In the education sector, we continued to work with a network of schools to maintain scholarships for over 12,000 disadvantaged students in Vietnam. Targeted geographic expansion brought educational support to 200 high school girls in India. Our Breath of Life (BOL) neonatal healthcare program expanded to six EMW PRESIDENT hospitals in Myanmar (with JOHN ANNER 20 more to come in 2013), supplying new, durable equipment and intensive training. BOL was also launched in Benin, one of several countries in West Africa where many newborn lives will be saved through the program’s timely interventions. In 2012, EMW’s ongoing commitment to innovation and impact was reflected in the continued strengthening of our partnerships with MTTS, our design and manufacturing partner in Vietnam, and Design that Matters. Whether you’ve been a friend of EMW for two, five, 10 or 25 years, I know you share our commitment to improving lives, be it a strong start for vulnerable newborns, an education that brightens prospects, or better community health through clean water and improved sanitation. Your support is invaluable in allowing EMW to grow wisely and effectively. Please stay with us as we innovate for better lives and social justice, replicate success from one community to another, share our knowledge with peer organizations and national governments, and use the influence of those contributions to make the world a healthier, better educated, more hopeful place. Let’s see what we can accomplish together in the next 25 years! Warm regards,

John Anner President


RESULTS OF 25 YEARS SINCE 1988

East Meets West’s results over the past 25 years reflect our ongoing commitment to developing and implementing effective programs that offer people opportunities to live more productive, healthier lives.

400,000

People with access to clean water

70,000

Individuals with access to improved sanitation

236

Water systems built

250,000

Newborns treated

117,000

Children provided free dental treatment

315

Hospitals upgraded

TOTAL INVESTED: $106 MILLION TOTAL BENEFICIARIES: 5.9 MILLION 346

Elementary schools and kindergartens built

63

Large construction projects completed, including hospitals and university facilities

57,000

scholarships awarded

51,000

Students and teachers benefiting from school construction


RESULTS IN 2012 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR

Expanding reach to Africa. EMW began piloting its neonatal health program in Benin to save newborn lives through appropriate equipment and clinical training.

Benin Cambodia India Laos Myanmar

Pioneering an innovative social enterprise. The Dental Program launched a fee-for-service component with revenue from patients cross-subsidizing free care for children.

Philippines Timor-Leste Vietnam

Supporting school completion for girls. EMW brought its SPELL scholarship program to 200 disadvantaged high school girls in India. Applying output-based financing to sanitation & hygiene improvement. Our community-based program is on track to benefit 1.7 million people in Cambodia and Vietnam. Building a community-level pediatric cardiology program. EMW began mobilizing community healthcare providers to promote early identification of children with heart defects in Vietnam.

TOTAL INVESTED IN 2012 healthcare $2.3 million

education $2.7 million

$9.7

million

water & sanitation $1.9 million

infrastructure $2.8 million

PROGRAM LOCATIONS

Addressing preventable neonatal deaths in Myanmar. EMW’s neonatal health program equipped six hospitals with medical devices and trained 50 clinicians on newborn care.


MOVING FORWARD A Strategy for Organizational Transformation at East Meets West Throughout 2012, EMW’s stakeholders—program and senior staff, board members, donors, and partners—engaged in a strategic planning process to assess the organization’s current capabilities, compare them to the needs of our ever-changing world, and develop a pathway for moving forward. Our ambitious 2009 strategic plan, which focused on global expansion, introduced new countries, programs, and funding mechanisms. Between 2009 and 2013, we launched programs in Laos, Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Myanmar, India, the Philippines and West Africa. Not that we have left Vietnam behind. In fact, our geographic expansion has only enhanced our program work there. Our biggest grant to date, for example, funds a sanitation program in both Cambodia and Vietnam. We’ve found that our success hinges on flexibility, innovation, and creativity. Rather than just doing more of the same thing every year, we are constantly seeking new ways to deliver more benefits at a lower cost by pioneering the use of results-based financing, developing new technologies specifically designed, engineered and manufactured for low-resource settings, and devising social enterprise approaches to solving problems. We will continue to focus on EMW’s distinctive competencies, such as our sanitation business model, newborn care medical devices, self-funding dental program, and results-based education financing, but we will also be actively seeking fresh ideas and new ways of helping people. The world needs both effective implementation and ongoing innovation. EMW is committed to delivering both.


2012 FINANCIALS

REVENUE SOURCES 2012

Businesses/ Corporations Individuals Community Organizations Foundations Government/ International Agencies

Monetary In-Kind

EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTIONAL AREA

7% 21% 9% 40% 23%

91%

East Meets West has received multiple grants from major donors who require rigorous reporting. Our audits have helped us obtain these repeat donations. EMW has had the highest possible audit results — an “Unmodified Opinion” — every year since 2003.

9%

89 cents

of every dollar donated went directly to our program work

Management & General

6%

Fundraising

5%

Programs

OUR FINANCIAL HEALTH

OUR REPUTATION

East Meets West has received a four-star rating — the highest possible —from respected nonprofit ratings organization Charity Navigator for four years in a row.

89%

4 YEARS AT 4 STARS!


2012 FINANCIALS

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES EAST MEETS WEST FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2012

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

SUPPORT & REVENUE

Grants Contributions In-kind donations Investment income Net assets released from restrictions

$1,602,763 $1,960,973 $3,563,736 410,844 1,851,890 2,262,734 598,163 - 598,163 41,522 - 41,522

Total Support & Revenue

$9,420,887

6,767,595

(6,767,595)

-

$(2,954,732) $6,466,155

EXPENSES

Program services Management & general Fundraising Total Expenses Changes in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net Assets at End of Year

$9,650,554 660,761 571,084

- - -

$9,650,554 660,761 571,084

$10,882,399

-

$10,882,399

(1,461,512)

(2,954,732)

(4,416,244)

5,102,459

17,205,257

22,307,716

$3,640,947

$14,250,525

$17,891,472

“Restricted” funds are designated for specific programs or projects. “Unrestricted” funds can be used for any purpose.


2012 FINANCIALS

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION EAST MEETS WEST FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2012

ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents $4,629,855 Grants receivable, net 5,475,304 Investments at fair value 9,217,686 Other assets 71,434 Property and equipment, net 16,792 Total Assets $19,411,071 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES

Accounts payable & accrued expenses $156,313 Accrued payroll and other benefits 298,925 Deferred revenue 1,014,361 Notes payable 50,000 Total Liabilities $1,519,599 NET ASSETS

Unrestricted net assets $3,640,947 Temporarily restricted net assets 14,250,525 Total Net Assets

$17,891,472

Total Liabilities and Net Assets $19,411,071 “Restricted” funds are designated for specific programs or projects. “Unrestricted” funds can be used for any purpose.


2012

DONOR

NAMES

EMW EMPLOYEE GIVING In 2010, East Meets West launched “Together for Our Future,” a voluntary, peer-to-peer employee giving campaign. The effort raised over $100,000, with 92% of EMW employees making threeyear contributions. Below we recognize employee contributions in 2012. Anonymous* John & Devora Anner Jack Bernard & Marilynn Westerman Cao Vu Hoang Chau Laura Ward Collins & Michael Collins Cong Huyen Ton Nu To Hanh Dang Thanh Canh Ho Thi Y Nhi Hoang Thi Hang Tam Hoang Ngoc Dat Hoang Ngoc Anh

Hoang Ngoc Tung Avery Hochhalter Lai Hung Cuong Le Cao Dung Bill and Takako Lee Thomas Low & Priscilla Joe Van Tu Ly Luciano Moccia Ngo Dinh Trieu Nguyen Hiep Nguyen Van Quang Nguyen Huu Toan Nguyen Minh Thu

Nguyen Ngoc Phuong Hoang Nguyen Chau Minh Nguyen Thu Huyen John Nguyen & Ria Fresnoza Minh Chau Nguyen & Per Ljung Pham Thi Huong Phan Thi Hong Thoi Phan Minh Tan Ron Smith Liliana Suryadi & Bryan Dickinson

Sylvia Townsend & Charles Cowens Tran Thi Thanh Ha Veronica & Blandon Tubera Vo Van Hoang Vo Le Phu An Vo Thi Hien Vu Ngoc Ha Vu Thuy Y Nga


2012 DONORS

$100,000 & Above

$25,000 to $99,999

$10,000 to $24,999

Organizations

Organizations

Organizations

Amici Della Neonatologia Trentina

Albatros Foundation

BBGV British Embassy - Hanoi Dai-Ichi Life Diageo Vietnam DKSH Piedmont Community Church Shinoda Junko Femin Group The Greenwood Company The Jao Foundation

BESRA Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Institut Europeen de Cooperation et de Developpement Orr Family Foundation Ronald McDonald House Charities The Atlantic Philanthropies The Boeing Company The Lemelson Foundation The World Bank USAID Individuals

Jack & Rose-Marie Anderson Neil Barsky & Joan Davidson Eric Hemel & Barbara Morgen Gil & Barbara Kemp

Alliance for Global Good Blue Planet Network GE Healthcare Henry E. Niles Foundation Morrison & Foerster Foundation Prudential Vietnam Assurance Private Ltd Qualcomm, Inc. Smart Tulip Foundation The Ford Foundation University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Vietnam Education Society VNHelp Individuals

Jerome & Nancy Falk Stephen Gunther & Linda Essakow John & Tina Keker George Miller & Janet McKinley Satya Tiwari

Individuals Lawrence & Kim Dong Charles Gilreath Paul Huddleston & Dori Boudreau Barbara Kafka Frederick Khedouri & Sarah Glazer Peter Singer & Marjorie Kagawa-Singer $5,000 to $9,999 Organizations Akzo Nobel Coatings Climb for a Cause Duquesne University Friends of the Vinh Son Montagnard Catholic Orphanage


2012 DONORS

International Children Assistance Network Jewish Community

Endowment Fund Johnson & Johnson MTTS North Peninsula Jewish Community Teen Foundation The DOVE Fund United Nations International School, Hanoi

Individuals Frances Allen John & Devora Anner Claire Burgess William & Phyllis Draper Daniel Kaplan & Kay Richman Thomas Low & Priscilla Joe Carrie Eglinton Manner Dan & Paula Reingold Elise Wen & Carles Poles Hang & Sir Malcolm Williamson

$1,000 to $4,999 Organizations ABC International School Bradley Family Trust Design that Matters Friends of Danang Harvard-Westlake School Health Research for Action International School of Ho Chi Minh City Intesa SanPaolo Bank Lao Kids Moss Adams LLP Osprey Packs Rotary Club of the University District Rotary Club of the Valley of the Moon, CA Rotary of Canton, OH Savitsky, Satin, and Bacon Sporting Republic The Bowman Family Foundation The European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam The World Bank Community Connections Fund

University of Michigan Vietnam Student Association

Individuals David Axelrad & Liza Bercovici Brantly Baynes Jeff & Annie Bernard Peter & Alice Broner William & Debby Brown Roger & Marilyn Browning William Bucholtz Pauline Camacho Anne Cammenga Mary Case Leo Chen Lien & Martin Cibulka William & Joyce Curran Gina & David Dempsey James & Maria Dickinson James Dietzenbach Michael & Sally Fitzhugh Gary Friedman Judith & Lawrence Glendinning Amanda Hamilton & Tim Hemmeter Blaine Honda Michael Horowitz

Chelsey Ingenito Fields & Ian Fields Cosimo Jencks Ragui Kamel G. Marcus & Pamela Knight Daniel Knox Luis & Lee Lainer Bill & Takako Lee Jimmy Low William Lyons Lynn MacFarland Rusty Mather Robin Matlin & Richard Driansky Jorge Mestman Ellen Miller-Wachtel & Alan Wachtel Luciano Moccia Jeffrey Newman & Mary Montella Jesse Newmark Alexander Nguyen Linnea Nilasson Lorraine Parmer Thien Pham Charles Rice Robert Riordan & Spring Hill Tamara Sanderson Vivi Sasaki George Savitsky Gus Schwed & Lucy Harrington Linda & David Setzer


2012 DONORS

Emily & Ned Sherwood Salem Shuchman Stan & Paulette Shulman Stephen Simko Keith Soukkala Joe & Carolyn Swindlehurst Kimberly & Jeremy Troggio Thomas Walczyk Townsend Walker & Beverly Mills Richard & Lan Wilkerson Mimi Yu

Up to $1,000 Organizations AT&T United Way Employee Giving Campaign Barr Charitable Foundation Ben Daviscourt Memorial Fund Central Building, Ltd. Chevron Humankind - Chevron Corporation Community of Change LLC DTZ Debenham Tie Leung Dung Si Thanh Khe Primary School Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Hale School Hanoi Hash House Harriers Hokkaido Japanese Seafood and Steakhouse IBM Employee Charitable Contribution Campaign JPMorgan Chase Foundation Lockton Neotech Products Inc. Phanh Thanh Primary School PPF Vietnam Finance Company Limited RMIT Vietnam Ruth and William Merkey Foundation Sai Gon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank Service Interact Club of Galileo Academy Southern California Association Hospital Development Tai Toan Laboratory Tsais Family Foundation TTF Foundation United Way California Capital Region United Way of Greater Los Angeles United Way of San Diego County United Way of the Greater Dayton Area VID Public Bank

VNN Plus JSC Volleyball Saigon Wheelchair Foundation

Individuals Judith Abeles Anthony Aboumrad Gerald & Corinne Adler Harrison Albert Fidel & Prudencia Alfonso Elizabeth Alte Andreas Altmann Robert & Linda Ambrose Richard & Heather Ames Mary Amon Paul Amundson Lill Anderson John & Rosemarie Anner David Axelrad & Liza Bercovici Jerald & Virginia Bachman V. David Baker Gordon Barron Lillian Barton Abi Basch Gaylen Baxter Richard Berkman & Toni Seidl Jack Bernard & Marilynn Westerman Shari Bernstein & Daniel Newman Christina Beros

Jiten Bhatt Patte Bishop Cecilia Bjork Lawrence & Deborah Blank Paul Boerner Raymond & Verena Borton Janis Boyd Rebecca Bratspies & Bernard Schulz Francine Brevetti Joseph & Judith Brill George Brogdon Alan Brown Linda Hanna Brynolfsson Debbie Buchwald Ngan Bui & Lam Tran Barbara & Jerome Burg Kathleen Burns Colleen Burt Lee Burton & Roberta Shaw-Reeves Jill Calvert Chau Cao Fabio Cappiello Lisa Carlson Marcia Carpentier Catherine Carreon Michael Chae Mark Chakwin Janet Chan Ronald Chan Vivian Chan Stephanie Charnock Ming Chim Hans Chin


2012 DONORS

MyDzung Chu Arthur & Stephanie Clancy Paula Cohen Terry Collington Alex Cortlund Gary Cowart Stephen Craxton Wendy Crisafulli & Steve Calhoun Virgilio & Audrey Cristobal Domingo Santiago Cuadra John & Frances Curley James Curtin Mark Dauner Amy DeCew Arthur & Rebecca D’Harlingue Bruce & Bernice Dinner Charles DiSogra & Susan Duffey Robert Donovan Robert & Diane Douglass John & Lois Dreelan Scott Drucker George & Dale Druger Pierre Duboc Frances Dunwell & Wesley Natzle Van Duong Joan Eaton Neil Elliott Calvin & Alice Eng Leslie Ennis Richard & Sharon Erickson

Thomas Eusterbrock Katherine Falk Richard Falk & Francine Falk-Allen Susanna Falk & Ashley Kennedy Duyen Faria Robert Fassbender Don & Jackie Feinstein Alexander Feldman Mark Fenster Alyssa Filangeri Edward Filangeri Jennifer Filangeri Jessica Filangeri Daniel Fischler Linda Fisher Lawrence & Elizabeth Forte Mattie & Warren French Michael & Dao French Diane Fries Hugh & Elizabeth Fullerton Peter Galbraith Rebecca Gallaher Frederick Galloway Richard & Kathy Gariepy Sigmund & Carol Gast Scott Gattey Kevin Gee George Gibson Kellda & Duane Giles George Gillis Marni Glick Elaine Goldman

Kathryn & Marvin Goldsmith Judy & Dane Gordon Alexandra Gruskos Jasneet Gulati Linda Hableib George Hahm James Haines Geneva Hamilton Joanne Hankamer Justin Hanlon Amy & Thomas Hanrahan E. & Joe Hanson Martin & Sheila Harriman Dan & Van Haynes Mary Alice & John Heaney Bernhard Heck Roslyn Hees Ray Henderson David Herschfeld Jerome & Fleurette Hershman Ellen Hertzmark & S. Gedwiser Phoenix Phung Hoang Ho Nadine Hoch Suzanne Hoke Richard & Rebecca Horner Richard Horvitz James & Judy Hower Yolin Huang Toni Hulbert David Hurwitz Peter Hutcher & Theresa Correia

Hue Lieu Huynh Jordan & Sarah Hymowitz Olukemi Igbon Craig Ilschner Christine Ingle Jack & Harriet Izower Joel Jepson Yin Ji Jian James Jubak & Marie D’Amico Mohamed Kaif Ken Kashiwahara Arthur & Frances Katz Jeremy Kay Raymond Keeling Stewart Kemp John & Nancy Kempton Cor Koese Rini Kok Kathy Krautwurst Calman & Jane Kurtzman Sandra Kusche Jim Laffe Wendy Lai James Lampert Phuong Lan Jeff Lane William & Barbara Larsen Brian Latimer William Laver Cordelia Le Tuan Le & Huong Nguyen Isabella Lee Joseph Lee & Susan Eisner


2012 DONORS

Sarah Lees Craig Leman Daniel Leung Candace Leveille Jeremy Levenson Joe Levinger Ewe Leng Lim Kok-ui Lim Shirley Lincoln Charles Lippa Gordon Love Rick & Elaine Lowens Cal & Georgie Lutz Carolyn Luu Binh Ly Russell Lyons Katherine Ma Barbara Madden Vuong Mai Beth Markowitz Henry & Susan Markowitz Ulla Mast Marc Mauer Susan McConnell Shauna McDaniel Deborah McDonald Mark McDonald Consuelo McHugh James & Gail McIntire Daniel Meek Linda Meier Margit Meissner & Ervin Bognar Margaret Merl Carson Metzger Julie Meyer Tom Meyer Sue Middleton

Barbara Miller Carol Miller Fred & Betty Miller Sandra Miller Sandra Morgen Barbara Morrey Richard & Bettina Moss Peter Murad P. Gay Myers Larry & Debbie Neinstein Joy & Don Nelson Alexander Nguyen Rosalynn Nguyen Tai & Liem Nguyen Thang Nguyen Thy Nguyen Victoria Nguyen Aaron Nissen Roberta Odell Jeanne Oglesby Lulu Ottaviani Kim Parks Fredric & Sandra Parson Edward & Corinne Patrick Jane Patullo William Peacock Richard Peers & Allison Butler Diane & Braulio Pena Christine Penn Alan Peto Ronald Petrie Cassandra Pham Chris Pham John Phan Mike & Kathie Phillips

Stephen Phillips Edward & Sandy Pickett Stephane Pictet Barbara Podell Trudy Powers Binita Pradhan & Manil Bajracharya Diana Price Bruce & Diane Pringle Tara Pyott Adda Quinn Cynthia Randall Richard Rash Bert & Sheilah Rechtschaffer Lucy Reckseit Carol Reville Fariborz Rezakhanlou & Armineh Terpanchian Hilda Richey Colin Ritchie Susan Ritchie Marilyn & Don Rodgers Charles Rogers Karen Rowan Dana Sachs Dianne Sainsbury Tan San May Patricia Sandro Nguyen Thi Sanh Juliet Sarkessian Mark & Hope Sarkowsky Benjamin Schachter Erich Franz Schimps Patricia & Anthony Sebastian

Kelly Sin Jonathan Singer Tin Singleton Michael & Bella Skweir Jerry Smith Lisa Smith Stephen Snyder Monique Sondheim Lange Soo Donnie Statom Ken Stones & Diana Wegner Lynn & Bertram Strieb Howard Sum Suzanne Summer Elsa Sung Thomas Suriano Cora Tellez Patricia Terry Lynn Thai Albert Than Ann Tours Anhdai Tran Chien Tran Lena Tran Phuc Tran Tu-Uyen Tran James & Annette Trapnell Patricia Troxel Ann Truong & Terry Hall Lysa Truong Tuyet Truong Marilyn Van Raalte Richard Vanden Heuvel Gray Velasquez Victoria Vu


2012 DONORS

Alice Waco Charles Wagner Rebecca Wagner Chau & Charles Walters John Walters Clifton Wan Thomas & Joni Wannamaker Craig Wardlaw John Weaver Martin Weiss Edo Weits Erica Wiley-Morris Roy & Judy Wolff Linda Worthington Brien Wright Banting Wu Catherine Yap Gary Yee David Zerhusen & Katherine Schoff Rick & Susan Zimmerman Thomas Zimmerman

In-Kind Organizations A-Dec AEDEA Partners LLC City of Da Nang ClearChannel Outdoor Colgate Vietnam F Cubed GlaxoSmithKline Vietnam Global Dental Relief Minh Hoang Dental Company

Post and Beam United Nations Mission in Timor Wheelchair Foundation

Individuals Robert Allen Ronald & Gailmarie Berquist Cecilia Bjork Lawrence & Deborah Blank Heather Bond Janis Boyd Linda Hanna Brynolfsson Ingrid Bucens Kathrina Carrasco Dave Chaix Thaddeus Chamberlain Harry Chapman Stephanie Charnock Tung Hwei Chen Brett Chung Charles Craft Wendy Crisafulli & Steve Calhoun Thierry Defechereux Joan Eaton James & Birgitta Edwards Leslie Ennis Tess Estocapio Edward Filangeri Joe Fogerty Rachelle GallowayPopotas & Vassilis Popotas

Kevin Gee Rowena Griffiths Jasneet Gulati Chuck Hazen Helen Hughes Priscilla Joe & Thomas Low Rini Kok Daniel Leung Candace Leveille MaryJane Levy Michael Lewis Per Ljung & Minh Chau Nguyen William Lyons Deborah McDonald Sanjay & Sapna Madhav Katherine Maningas William Manteris Bahareh Mostajelean Bud Naff Jeppe Nielsen Joseph Novak Kathleen O’Dea Christine Penn Katie Phines Melvin & Susan Potter John Rayher Maureen & Timothy Riley Dianne Sainsbury Junko Satow Christopher Shaw Stan & Paulette Shulman Kelly Sin Lange Soo Robert Spiegel Barbara Stefani

Ken Stones & Diana Wegner Arwel Thomas Ritchie Thomas James Thompson Duong Ton Tauk Tun Ngo Tuongo Alexandra Tuton Alberta Valente Kees Van Den Berk Thomas Walczyk Clifton Wan Jack Bernard & Marilynn Westerman Garret Wood


Thanks for all your support!


GET INVOLVED

the power of a donation to east meets west

$120

$50

provides an impoverished high school student a one-year comprehensive scholarship for school.

provides five children free modern dental care for one year.

$600

provides a disadvantaged child housing, food, education and job training at the Village of Hope for one year.

GIVE A RECURRING GIFT

Provide ongoing support to EMW through a recurring donation: you choose the gift amount and frequency. Set up your gift online at www.eastmeetswest. org, use the enclosed envelope, or call a local EMW office.

MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION

Choose one of three easy ways to give to EMW: make an instant, secure taxdeductible contribution using your credit card at www.eastmeetswest.org; send a check in the envelope enclosed with this report; or call a local EMW office to donate over the phone.

$200

provides a connection to clean, piped water for a family of five.

$1,500

provides a hospital with a phototherapy machine to help treat babies with jaundice.

FIND YOUR MATCH

Increase the impact of your donation by giving through a matching gift program. Check to see if your company matches its employees’ charitable contributions—many do!

GIVE THE GIFT OF STOCK

A gift of publicly traded securities can provide tax advantages for the donor as it supports EMW’s mission.*

CREATE A LASTING LEGACY

Consider including EMW in your estate plans. A bequest can allow you to realize your philanthropic objectives while helping minimize estate taxes for your family.* *Consult your tax advisor.


MISSION & PROGRAMS

EMW MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of East Meets West is to transform the health, education and communities of disadvantaged people by building partnerships, developing opportunities and creating sustainable solutions.

OUR CORE PROGRAM AREAS

EMW’s three core areas reflect our commitment to delivering catalytic solutions to difficult development problems around the globe.

Global Health

EMW’s health programs focus on providing access to healthcare services for children with unmet needs in low-resource settings. The Breath of Life program provides cost-effective neonatal equipment and training to hospitals to save newborn lives. Operation Healthy Heart Plus promotes early identification and treatment of heart defects in children at the community level. The Dental Program employs an innovative social enterprise model to support free dental treatment for children at its clinic and on outreach trips to rural areas.

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene programs work hand-in-hand with local groups and civic leaders in rural communities to help provide sustainable access to clean water and improvements to sanitation and hygiene. Our Clean Water Systems program builds community water systems that bring clean piped water to households and solar-powered systems that deliver clean water to schools. Community Hygiene & Sanitation supports household latrine construction and improved sanitation through innovative OutputBased Aid financing, incentives and community education.

Education

Our initiatives stress quality, completion and credentialing for primary, secondary and university students. EMW has pioneered the use of innovative results-based financing in the education sector. Our SPELL scholarships provide comprehensive support to students through high school graduation. SPELL Goes to College gives high-achieving students four-year scholarships to attend university. The Village of Hope Disadvantaged Children’s Center provides shelter, education and a nurturing environment for its young residents.


LEADERSHIP

BOARD

OF DIRECTORS

PETER A. SINGER, M.D. CHAIR

Professor of Medicine, University of Southern California School of Medicine

GIL KEMP Founder & President, Home Decorators Collection retired

ANN T. TRUONG VICE CHAIR/ SECRETARY

CPA and former EMW Chief Financial Officer

CARRIE EGLINTON MANNER CEO, Clarient Diagnostic Services Inc., a GE Healthcare Company

ERIC HEMEL, PH.D. TREASURER

President, Alson Capital retired

PAULINE CAMACHO, M.D. Professor of Medicine, Loyola University

ALEXANDER NGUYEN Assistant City Manager, City of Alameda

JEROME FALK Arbitrator & Mediator, JAMS, San Francisco Retired Partner, Arnold & Porter

RAY DEAN SALVOSA Vice Chair, Board of Trustees, University of the Cordilleras

STEPHEN GUNTHER President and Founder, New Urban West Inc.

SATYA TIWARI President, Surya Inc.

EXECUTIVE

STAFF

JOHN ANNER President

TOM LOW Chief Financial Officer

CHRISTOPHER HEST Vice President, Global Health

MINH CHAU NGUYEN Vice President, WASH Solutions & Vietnam Country Director

LUCIANO MOCCIA International Program Director, Breath of Life

BARBARA KAFKA Director, The World Bank retired

LENA TRAN Director, Business and Management UC Extension Santa Cruz


CONTACT US

HEADQUARTERS

ASIA HEADQUARTERS

GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS

No 26A, Lane 12/2/5 Dang Thai Mai Street Tay Ho District Hanoi, Vietnam T: +84-4-3834-7790/3762-4135 F: +84-4-3762-4136

1611 Telegraph Ave. Suite 1420 Oakland, CA 94612 T: 510-763-7045 F: 510-763-6545 VIETNAM

HO CHI MINH CITY

DA NANG

7th Floor English Language Institute University of Da Nang Hai Chau District 41 Le Duan Street Da Nang, Vietnam T: +84-511-3-829-110 F: +84-511-3-821-850

6/4 Nguyen Van Thu Street District 1, Da Kao Ward Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam T: +84-8-3911-8584 F: +84-8-3911-5095

DENTAL CLINIC

269 Nui Thanh Street Hai Chau District Da Nang, Vietnam T: +84-511-362-4222 F: +84-511-362-7568

CAMBODIA

LAOS

PHILIPPINES

Office Center MTP Floor 1: 1FD No. 10, St. 109, Sangkat Mittapheap, Khan 7 Makara Phnom Penh, Cambodia T: +855-23-650-2920

PO Box 8603 Phonxay Village Xaysetha District Vientiane, Laos T: +021-222-698 F: +021-215-562

27th Floor, Citibank Tower 8741 Paseo de Roxas Makati City, Philippines T: +63-2-720-5951 F: +64-2-625-5915

INDIA

MYANMAR

TIMOR-LESTE

DDA Market Shop No. 1, 1st Floor Shahpur Jat New Delhi, India 110049 T: +91-989-948-6403

No. 148 Z3, A-1 Lane Mayangon T.S. 8 1/2 Mile Pyi Road Yangon, Myanmar T: +95-9-860-0282 F: +95-9-513-3500

Pantai Kelapa Dili, Timor-Leste T: +670-7-798-4491

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donor & revenue info

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editors

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photos

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finances

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