Our work took us here
in June and July.

Two of the incredible Partners Asia Team.


Thinking that we’ve just been lounging by the pool lately? Hmmm, maybe next year..or the year after…or maybe in the year 2045??

We spent June-July in Thailand and close to the Thai-Burma border launching an incredible new partnership project with Partners Asia.

Our yearlong journey with this great organization, based in CA and working in Southeast Asia for decades, kicked off with eA creating and leading a very unique workshop: “Redesigning Monitoring & Evaluation for Community-Driven Solutions.”

While that may sound a bit “jargony,” it was far from! The theme = Building Bridges (hence the photo of bridges built by participants).

This partnership is all about adapting tools WITH, not FOR,
local, community-based entities to better demonstrate
their critical work with very vulnerable communities.

Building bridges in teams,
without being able to see the other half of the bridge under construction.
Talk about trust and teamwork!

Participants sharing knowledge
with powerful examples!

Working hard to map out impact.
And, wow, talk about critical work!

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With many thanks to our GIS Specialist, Lauren Allognon.
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Zen and the Art of Being a RadHuman

Our logo. Did you know? Did you know that our logo was designed specifically for TRH by Artbillrohs? “Ensō (circle) is a sacred symbol in the Zen school of Buddhism and is one of the most common subjects of Japanese calligraphy, even though it is a symbol and not a character. You may hear it called the Circle of Enlightenment, the Infinity Circle and even the Lost Symbol of Reiki.”

So why use it for The Radical Humanitarian®? Read on…

Become a Radical Humanitarian Today.

What’s been on our summer reading list?

  1. “Blood, Dreams and Gold: The Changing Face of Burma”
  2. “Elephant Company: The Inspiring Story of an Unlikely Hero and the Animals Who Helped Him Save Lives in World War II”
  3. “Smart Risks: How Small Grants are Helping to Solve Some of the World’s Biggest Problems” — seriously, folks — passages from this book could have fallen right outta our mouths! Do you believe in local solutions? This is a great way to understand emBOLDen Alliances’ WHY we do what we do!

Join us today.


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What’s been on your summer reading list? Let us know your recommendations.

Did someone say Inclusivity?

Thank you to Aimee Voth Siebert, M.A., Community Health and Safety Inclusion Coordinator and Disaster Behavioral Health Specialist at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response!
We very much enjoyed participating in the CO Community Inclusion Workgroup and look forward to more.

YES! We’re an Endorser of The Charter on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action! What does that mean? “By endorsing this Charter, you will commit to render humanitarian action inclusive of persons with disabilities, by lifting barriers persons with disabilities are facing in accessing relief, protection and recovery support and ensuring their participation in the development, planning and implementation humanitarian programmes.” Why don’t you join us in this movement today?

Find out more about our Partnerships and Work


Where to find us and amazing gifts
(100% support our global work!)

  • Sat Sept 1: Global Goods Coffee Alley Market
  • Sat Sept 15:  We’ll have a booth chock full of eA unique items at Crafted.
  • Sept: University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy Global Health Elective Course
  • Nov: Women Leaders in Global Health Conference

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Special Thanks

emBOLDen Alliances is a participant of the PrintRunner Sponsorship Program.


Farewell to our MPH Intern, Kristina Tkac. Thank you for your hard work, and we wish you well in your bright future!

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