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THE BADI FOUNDATION

 

 

The Badi Foundation is dedicated to working shoulder to shoulder with like-minded individuals, institutions and groups to contribute to the material and spiritual development of local communities in mainland China and the Macau Special Administrative Region. 

Our work is rooted in a conviction that the human being is essentially noble and possesses vast potentialities; that each human has the right and responsibility to take charge of his or her own moral development and to work for the betterment of the community. 

As a result, the foundation’s programs seek to support the establishment of locally-based institutions whose purpose is to work harmoniously with their governments and communities to contribute to the releasing of human potential.

The Badi Foundation was established in Macau in 1990, where it is registered as a non-profit charitable organization. We established a representative office in Beijing in 1997, registered with the State Administration of Industrial and Commercial Affairs. 

Program Areas:

  • Through our Institutional Capacity Building Program, we support the establishment of community-based organizations in rural and semi-rural regions of China and strengthen their institutional capacity to effectively carry out programs that build capacity among youth and women. 
  • Our School of the Nations in Macau S.A.R and Macau Moral Empowerment through Language Program seek to nurture the physical, intellectual and spiritual development of children and youth, and to develop their capabilities to contribute to the well being of their families and communities. 
  • We engage in collaboration and exchange with like-minded national agencies in government and civil society on themes such as the participation of civil society in development efforts, the moral empowerment of junior youth and youth, and strengthening self-development capacity in rural populations.

 

For more information, see the Badi Foundation’s Website at:

http://www.badi-foundation.org