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OWSD has been working hard in Asia and the Pacific since 1997 to improve the number and quality of women scientists. OWSD Vice President Atya Kapley is from India. Our fellowships programme has provided full PhD scholarships to over 50 women from 3 Least Developed Countries in the Asia and Pacific region, namely Bangladesh, Myanmar and Nepal, and students have taken up their scholarships at excellent host institutes in China, India and Malaysia.

Asia & Pacific

Coordinator: Atya Kapley
atya.owsd@gmail.com

Women scientists, especially from low income countries, need recognition and support
 

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40 Countries

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Pakistan

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

189 Members

Philippines

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

58 Members

Nepal

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

57 Members

Turkey

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

53 Members

Sri Lanka

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

46 Members

Myanmar

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

28 Members

Vietnam

There is no OWSD national chapter in this country at present. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

23 Members

OTHER COUNTRIES

Here are all the countries in this region that currently have less than 20 members. To find out more about setting up a national chapter please read the National Chapter Guidelines.

52 Members