Mari Sawai and Mario Ferro founded Wedu last year, a program to help women in Southeast Asia gain access to higher education through microfinancing, mentorship and counseling. The organization aims its efforts towards top high schools in Southeast Asia for students who have leadership capability and the grades to go to university but lack the necessary financial resources.
Read more about how this program invests in a future for Asia’s young women.

Mari Sawai and Mario Ferro founded Wedu last year, a program to help women in Southeast Asia gain access to higher education through microfinancing, mentorship and counseling. The organization aims its efforts towards top high schools in Southeast Asia for students who have leadership capability and the grades to go to university but lack the necessary financial resources.

Read more about how this program invests in a future for Asia’s young women.

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