CLinked's work focuses on Education, Leadership Development and Community Organizing. We are an organization launched 8 years ago by a Harvard Fellow and Partner at the Advanced Leadership Initiative Fellowship. With Partners, NGO’s and Local Government we work to improve the lives of women and children in need.

There is a tremendous need for education initiatives. Providing training and scholarship for vulnerable women is the key to identifying and developing leaders and role models in local communities. Founded by Pam McCambridge and Junko Yoda these emerging leaders are now empowered to support each other through peer-to-peer networking and organizing.

CLinked’s earlier work focused on designing and implementing radio programming. By utilizing this popular entertainment medium, we can engaged audience members about local issues affecting their communities. Topics such as safe migration, health, legal aid and gender equality heightens awareness and strengthens the ability of victims and other women at risk to take actionable steps to help ensure their safety.

Working with Save the Children and Children’s Crisis Center in Indonesia, Clinked and education specialists conducted personal development, life skill and job readiness workshops.

Currently CLinked is collaborates with local NGO’s in Singapore, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Japan and the United States.

As we continue our research and project expansion, we need your help and participation. There is great urgency and much work to be done. We are all inextricably linked and we need to mobilize around fundamental human rights violations.