Start A Business Training

On March 29-April 2, 2021 the Solver Laos under the Redlipstik initiative provided a start a business course for people with physical impaired to help them boost confidence and see alternative employment opportunities. 12 participants have indeed inspired us to do more, and the ladies under the Redlipstik umbrella will continue to contribute to social development in the country. We can do this because we are bold and experimental link minded women. Small step is a step taken.#ຜູ້ຍິງກ້າ#Redlipstik

  • Meet Ms. Malavong Maniseng, Online Marketing and Start-ups.
    The Redlipstik proudly introduce you to another strong woman who is passionate about coming up with new business ideas. Malavong started her recycle art business by turning waste paper into beautiful art products to promote environmental protection and recycling habits among young generation. She is woman who made her own career choice, believed in herselfContinue reading “Meet Ms. Malavong Maniseng, Online Marketing and Start-ups.”
  • Meet Toomkham Phoungmachan, a Business Development Consultant
    More than 10 years of experience in banking and finance sector.  5 years as a female entrepreneur, CEO and a founder of iCare Benefits Laos involving more than 245 partners with 45,000 employees joining the program. Graduated with MBA from Cardiff Metropolitan University of Technology, London, UK. Toomkham first collaboration with the Solver Laos wasContinue reading “Meet Toomkham Phoungmachan, a Business Development Consultant”
  • The Redlipstik Initiative
    The Australian Alumni and friends joined force to extend helping hands during the coldest month in Lao PDR. Jan 2021, our friends personally donated funds to provide (1) food supplies to soldiers at the border in Xiengkhouang Province and (2) school supplies and warm clothing for children in Houaphanh Province. The total funding reach moreContinue reading “The Redlipstik Initiative”
  • Public Speaking Skills to Women
    The Solver Laos is honored to be invited to inspire and provide public speaking skills to all women staff at Ministry of Industry and Commerce on Mar 5, 2020 in conjunction with International Women’s Day celebration.
  • How We Lead
    The Solver Laos is led by female entrepreneur who has cultivated her experiences from working in various organizations such as international financial institutes, donors, not-for-profit organization, corporate companies and more. The sectors involved agriculture, construction, mining, hydro power, petroleum, hospitality, services, education, statistics, special economic zones, entrepreneurship and employment. The involvement in various sectors encouragedContinue reading “How We Lead”

Organizational Capacity Assessment

On August 3, 2021 The Solver Laos conducted an organizational capacity assessment workshop in aim of identifying key areas of improvements for 8 organizations/associations that work with people’s with disabilities under the support of Humanity & Inclusion Office in Laos and Association for Autism

In December 2022, The Solver Laos organized Job Preparedness Workshop aiming to provide knowledge, skills and job linkage service to 40 people living with disabilities. The highlight of the event was about bringing potentials employers to meet with PWDs.

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