Alalay Sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (ASKI Philippines)
ASKI started by reaching out to small business owners who had no access to credit. Over time, it expanded its reach to provide non-financial services to clients and eventually growing into what it is today: a byword of eco-social development in Central Luzon and nearby regions. ASKI Global Limited is one of the mutually reinforcing institutions of ASKI, spearheading the offering of education to both Filipinos and other nationalities.
National University of Singapore (NUS)
A leading global university centred in Asia, NUS is Singapore's flagship university offering a global approach to education and research, with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise. Courses at ASKI Global are co-developed with NUS. On top of that, NUS students are also provided with opportunities to intern with the organisation.
Embassy of the Philippines in Singapore
The Philippine Embassy seeks to help Filipinos working, residing or visiting Singapore in their transactions with various government offices and agencies back home, with their passports, other official documentation and reports and, to the extent possible, with their work/stay in Singapore. ASKI Global is now endorsed by the embassy as the official financial inclusion model that Filipinos should sign up with.
Citi Foundation supports the economic empowerment and financial inclusion of low- and moderate-income people in communities where Citi operates. ASKI Global and Citi Foundation are partnered in bringing financial education to the migrant workers under the Citi-ASKI Overseas Workers Financial Stability Program.
Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI)
Metrobank Foundation has been supporting various causes and initiatives through its Grants Program, as a testament to the nature of MBFI as a developmental organisation and not just a philanthropic one. ASKI Global and MBFI are committed in bringing basic entrepreneurship and financial education knowledge to migrant workers.
Bank of the Philippine Islands Foundation, Inc. (BPI Foundation)
ASKI Global Limited partnered with BPI Foundation to further expand its Financial Education programme and campaign for the Singapore migrant workers, with priority given to household service workers or the low income group. The participants were given comprehensive training on Financial Education and Basic Entrepreneurship.
Through the MasterCard-ASKI partnership, the organisation intends to deepen its impact on the lives of migrant workers in Singapore through training and technical coaching on Basic Entrepreneurship. The target group to be trained is the low-income female migrant workers, which include those in the allied health and food & beverage services.
Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB)
To facilitate interested international non-profit organisation in setting up base in Singapore, a dedicated International Organisations Programme Office was established as a multi-agency initiative led by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB). ASKI Global and EDB Singapore are working hand in hand in the development of programmes offered by the organisation.