We fulfill the basic needs of Malaysians particularly in rural areas by providing access to water, renewable energy, fire-fighting systems, food aid and disaster relief.
We train local farmers in modern farming, introduce a semi-mechanised farming method and plant quality seedlings, which is targeted to solve the self-sufficiency food problem and improve the quality of life of the communities living in remote areas.MORE ›
We improve the quality of life of small traders and people from the low-income groups by enhancing their soft skills and business acumen.MORE ›
We equip long houses in Sarawak with fire-fighting systems, particularly in remote locations. The fire-fighting system was invented by a Sarawakian whose own home had been destroyed by a fire when he was a child.MORE ›
We light up villages through micro-hydro and solar power electricity projects. Before, villagers relied on diesel generators which can be extremely expensive in the hard to reach rural areas.MORE ›
Our food aid programme is a cashless system. The system loads shopping credits onto the recipients’ identity cards which then can be used in retail stores to buy food and essential supplies.MORE ›
Our water supply projects in rural areas are based on two popular systems – the gravity feed system in which the water source is tapped from a nearby river, and the rainwater harvesting system, where rainwater is collected in huge tanks for future use.MORE ›