Networking amongst civil society people and organization worldwide in order to break down the structural poverty
situation cause by geographical and political isolation and create the confidence to speak out in a common cause of regaining livelihood sovereignty and livelihood identity for the well-being of the vulnerable indigenous and ethnic minority people everywhere. Since 1990s, SPERI has been engaging with different institutions and organizations such as CCFD’s Partner, 1993; Australian Embassy, 1994, Netherland Embassy 1994, Northern Farmer Foundation, Thailand, 1994; UNESCO’s Southeast Asia, 1994, Social Science Institute of Chiangmai University, 1994; Towards Ecological Recovery and Regional Alliance (TERRA), 1994; International Women Development Agency (IWDA), 1995; Northern Thai Karen Network, 1996; ICCO, 1996.
ICCO’s landless network’s partner in Amazon 1998, ICCO’s Southeast Asia Non-Timber Forest Product Network (NTFP), 1998; Thai Volunteer Service connected to Bhutan Young Activist (TVS), 1998; Canadian Partner- Southeast Asia, 1999; The Permaculture Research Institute (PRI) Co-founder of SPERI, 2005; The Jubilee of the Nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize, 2005; The Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA), 2008; AYAD- Australia 2008, Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC); 2009, Bread for the World’s Partner, 2010, Toward Organic Asia (TOA), 2011; International Network of Engaged Buddhists (INEB-FK), 2011; NPA 2012, CARITAS, 2013; Rainforest Farming Network, Southeast Asia, 2013; ISS's MOSAIC's annual participatory member (Cambodia and Myanmar), 2014. So far, our Partners have been encouraging and refreshing our people and organization to move forward consistently and successfully up to today.