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Introduction of GEC-MENGO A grouping of Malaysian Environmental NGOs (MENGO) was formed under the DANIDA-supported programme for environmental assistance to Malaysia. (DANIDA is the Danish International Development Assistance). The Mengo coalition was formed in November 2001. The objective of the programme is to contribute to the strengthening of the MENGOs and facilitate their impact on the decision making at all levels in the Malaysian society. One of the main strategic aims of the programme is to support and facilitate a more effective interaction between MENGO and the Government of Malaysia on environmental policies. As part of our strategy in achieving the objectives outlined within the DANIDAsupported programme for MENGO, a MENGO Management Committee and a MENGO Support Unit (MSU), as its Secretariat were established. MENGO is a notfor-profit entity and relies solely on internal and external fundraising mechanism in sustaining its roles and duties. Formed between the governments of Malaysia and Denmark, MENGO is a coalition of 22 environmental and social NGOs and represents a singular voice on environmental and social concerns in the country. For more information please visit http://www.mengo.org/

Job Description Department the intern

Special project team

will be working Job Description1

Assisting in preparing a green montage through various means of communication tools such as website, facebook or blogs or social networks

Job Description2

Assisting in development of Environmental Educational Tips (including design & Illustration)

Job Description3

Assisting members of MENGO such as Ecoknight, WWF in conducting a green workshop to communities

Job Description4

Assisting in expanding the networking of MENGO through conferences & meetings

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Job Description5

Assisting in the process of waste segregation & composting of organic waste produced

Job Description6 Measurable results

Good command of English language & has a flair for public

expected from the intern

speaking. Ability to blend into a multi-cultural community of Malaysia, have right attitude to complete the internship as community and/or education coordinator and committed towards environmental conservation.

Preparation required

Research about environmental issue. Have basic skills in

from the intern before

making montage. Check standard requirements for travelling

arrival

and work in Malaysia.

Details on the Working

Computer

Conditions

Internet Access Any Other

Other Details of the

Access to internet and other communication media available.

Working Conditions

Accommodation and food will be provided.

Learning points that the

Ability to produce an interesting montage and learned of green

intern might obtain

tips. Expanding the networking with environmental NGOs in

during the internship

Malaysia. Knowing the current situation of Malaysian reality towards environmental perspective

Additional information a

Preferable male EP, potential candidate is required to comply

potential candidate may

with our organisation’s work ethics and rules.

require for the Internship

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Introduction of GEC-REBORN Global Environment Centre (GEC) is a non-profit NGO, established in 1998 to address key environmental issues. GEC is based in Malaysia and supports activities worldwide. We are focused on bringing together all parties— individuals, communities, corporations and other like-minded organizations—to help foster lasting change for environmental benefits. GEC has been a strong voice for the environment through a series of core programs: (a) Forest and Biodiversity Programme, (b) Peatland Programme, (c) River Care Programme, and (d) Outreach and Partnership Programme. It supports information exchange and capacity building as well as undertaking strategic projects particularly in developing countries. It works in partnership with other like-minded agencies worldwide.

About Forest & Biodiversity Programme (F&BP) The programme aims to promote and support the sustainable management and rehabilitation of forest & wetlands to conserve biodiversity and mitigate climate change. Furthermore, the programme activities are closely linked to community development, environmental education & training, Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) related activities, policy development and others. Project Site a) North Selangor Peat Swamp Forest, Selangor The project site is located in the State of Selangor and is one of the largest remaining contiguous areas of peat swamp forest in Peninsular Malaysia. It covers an area of about 70,000 ha and includes two Forest Reserves (FR), namely the Raja Musa FR and Sg Karang FR. To the west, the forested area is AIESEC UPM, Malaysia

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flanked by the most productive paddy fields in the country. In other areas, palm oil plantations are the main feature. In Raja Musa FR, GEC and the Selangor Forestry Department are working together for the protection and the conservation of the peatland forest and focussed on the rehabilitation activities. Local community and the general public are engaged through tree planting and fire prevention activities, and taught on the functions and values of the peat swamp forest in the conservation mitigating climate change.

b) Kuala Gula Mangrove Forest, Perak Kuala Gula is a small fishing village located in the Kerian district in the state of Perak, about 80 km south of Penang. It has a population of about 6,500 people, mainly involved in the fishing industry. Kuala Gula is a popular ecotourism site surrounded by vast mangrove forest. Here GEC is involved in the protection and the conservation of the mangrove forest and focuses on the rehabilitation activities with local fishermen community. The general public are engaged through tree planting and taught on the functions and values of the mangrove forest in the conservation of marine biodiversity as well as its role in mitigating climate change. For more information please visit http://www.gec.org.my/

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Job Description Department the intern will be

Forest & Biodiversity Programme (F&BP)

working Job Description1

Assisting in preparing reports, writing articles, promotion project site activities through various means of communication tools such as website, facebook or blogs or social networks

Job Description2

Assisting in community forest rehabilitation and tree planting activities at the project site

Job Description3

Assisting in development of Environmental Education Modules (including design & Illustration) & promotion tools (artwork, website, blogspot, facebook, newsletter and others).

Job Description4

Assisting in providing short term language related courses for community & school children as part of capacity building

Job Description5

Assisting in the development of community based ecotourism activities & short term scientific research at the project site

Job Description6 Measurable results expected from the intern

Good command of English language & has a flair for public speaking. Ability to blend into a rural and multi-cultural community of Malaysia, have right attitude to complete the internship as community and/or education coordinator and committed towards environmental conservation.

Preparation required from the intern before arrival

Research about environmental issue. Check standard requirements for travelling and work in Malaysia

Details on the Working Conditions

Computer Internet Access Any Other

Other Details of the Working

Reporting to project coordinator and based at the project site. Access to

Conditions

internet and other communication media available.Accommodation will be provided - clean and comfortable living with adopted family in a rural setting. Food will be on your own.

Learning points that the intern

Appreciation to Malaysia’s forest ecosystems and its rich biological diversity,

might obtain during the internship

insight into the management and conservation of natural areas and natural resources of the country, involved with civil society in addressing environmental issues, adoption of sustainable livelihood to care for the nature environment, and realise the potential of environmental educations for school children.

Additional information a

Potential candidate is required to comply with our Organisation’s work ethics

potential candidate may require for the Internship

and rules. A truly passionate candidate will find the GCDP to be a rewarding experience. There will be a lot of opportunity for cross-cultural exchanges and experience sharing during the internship.

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Accommodation

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For any enquiries, please contact munhoong.lum@aiesec.net

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2013/2014

HOPE Project Booklet

HOPE AIESEC UPM 2013/2014


About AIESEC Present in over 113 countries and territories and with over 86,000 members,, AIESEC is the world's largest youth-run run organisation. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to be global citizens, to change the world, and to get experience and skills that matter today.

AIESEC in Malaysia AIESEC in Malaysiawas was established in 1968, and currently present in 12 universities.  Taylor's University, Subang Jaya  UniversitiKebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi  Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang  UniversitiSains Malaysia, Penang  UniversitiTeknologi Malaysia, Johor  UniversitiTeknologiPetronas, Perak  Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kedah  University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur  University of Nottingham MalaysiaCampus, Semenyih  University Malaysia Pahang, Pahang  SEGi University College, Kota Damansara  Curtin University, Sarawak

AIESEC in Number         

113Countries ountries and territories Over 64 years of experience since 1948 2, 400 Universities 86, 000 Members 20, 000 International Internship 24, 000 Leadership Experiences 8, 000 Partners Organisations 500 Conferences annually 1,000,000 Alumni


Overview Project Based on eXchange (PBoX) is exchange planned in the frames of a proje project and based on a certain socioeconomically issue and be addressed to a certain target group. PBOX is recognizing gnizing exchange as a powerful and unique part of the project to accomplish the purpose of AIESEC.

Awareness raising and team formation

Enlarge the impact to society through collaboration

Taking action by leading


Project Background

.

 HOPE Project is a HIV/AIDS issue based project that initiated and run by students of AIESEC UPM. UPM  Established through a partnership between AIESEC and Standard Chartered Bank in year 2007.

AIM To instil the awareness of HIV/AIDS IV/AIDS among public especially the youth.

OBJECTIVES  Help in preventing the spread of new infections of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C.  Understand what life is like for people infected with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C.  Create awareness of Malaysian youth to more understand the issue of HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C.  Create international understanding through the AIESEC AIESEC.


HOPE Annual Learning Activities Ac

HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS Interactive Interactive School Program School Program

NGO Training Workshop Session

HIV/AIDs Shelter Home Visit

NGO Volunteer Job

One Day Conference


Event Timeline

Week 1 2

Activities     

3 &4

 

5 6

 

Visiting HIV/AIDS shelter homes Participating in NGO events as a volunteer Planning g of workshops Awareness of HIV/AIDS around the campus area. Conducting workshops in campus area. Planning and conducting conference Planning the layout and conducting the How to's in spreading HIV/AIDS knowledge to the public Staying at the HIV/AIDS shelter home Learning the culture of Malaysia through travellling.


NGO Partner


Interested nterested to find out more?

Contact us: Jivitha Thanarajan Vice President Project Management T: (60) 16 407 8411 E:jivitha.thanarajan@aiesec.net

Jeweanne Chew Project Director T: (60) 17 902 7080 E:jeweanne.chew@aiesec.net


AIESEC MALAYSIA LC UKM

AGATHIANS SHELTER WHO WE ARE? Agathians shelter provides a home to orphans, abandoned children, and children of single parents. Ranging from 3 to 18 years HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE SHELTER? #1 A 6-weeks plan on various themed activities that you can carry out for the kids. Eg: cooking week, country arts etc. #2 Broaden their horizon by instilling the precious culture of your country in the activities. MOST IMPORTANTLY!! “Give them a dream, that their future is colourful” WITH US! Food and accommodation are provided, materials for activities are provided upon request.

CREATE HOPES , CONTACT: TINGRU.TAN@AIESEC.NET


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Introduction Children’s Eyes project is a NGO based project based on education of the orphans and single parent children. We believe that we can brighten up the orphans live with love and care. Interns will help to educate them in their education which covers up subjects like English, Mathematics, Arts, music and so on. Children’s Eyes project consists of 3 different TNs:

1. Agathians Shelter http://agathians.org/wp/

2. Shelter Home for Children http://www.shelterhome.org/indecfm?me nuid=3

3. Rumah K.I.D.S http://www.gracecommunityservices.my/services/rumah-k-i-d-s

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Agathians Shelter The birth of AGATHIANS SHELTER is best described to go hand in hand with the saying “a help in need is a help indeed”. AGATHIANS SHELTER is an orphanage for boys that were founded in 2003 by a team of young adults which located in Kuala Lumpur (KL). It was set up to save a group of children from being turned out to the street and to provide a home for them. The children are from various backgrounds from primary school, secondary school to college; some are orphaned, some only have a single parent who can’t afford to feed them and others are either abandoned or neglected. Our volunteers then decided to start a home to care and house these children. The day-to-day running of the centres, and the organisation & facilitates are undertaken by trained and experienced personnel, most of them are unpaid volunteers from all over the world. We want you to tell us our lives mean something if only we work hard like everyone else. We want you to tell us to never stop believing in our dreams and ourselves.

Job Description Department the intern will

Education / Training/ Communication/ Administrator of the

be working

Orphanage Home.

Job Description1

Teaching English and Mathematic, facilitate student learning in their overall development physically and mentally (daily), helping children with recall information (Tuition and Education Class), help them pick up their reading, writing, spelling and comprehension skills. Ensure their education need really met.

Job Description2

Facilitate as instructor for Educational and vocational programs, Children minding and functional academic.

Job Description3

Discover variety of different problems might encounter the time with children and provide Counselling as well as discipline to the special needs adults as & when necessary.

Job Description4

Communicate with the children, taking care their dailies activities, trigger learning, push children to achieve and reach their full potential.

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Job Description5

Sports and Recreation, to be a role model for children. Demonstrate healthy living and good habit, encourage participation in all the activities.

Job Description6

As panel doctors. Regular medical care for the boys in case of medical attention is needed; Interns are responsible to take the children to university hospital.

Measurable results

Good English language skill, proficiency speaking and understanding

expected from the intern

in English. Able to share his/her skills (eg.. dancing, handicraft, language & etc) and culture with the center. Ability to communicate with the children, taking care their dailies activities; positive attitude towards difference kind of children's behavior and situation; right attitude getting through the internship time without negatively impacting the children. You will need to pay RM100 for the processing fees.

Preparation required from

Creative of education for the learning of the children.

the intern before arrival Details on the Working

Computer

Conditions

Internet Access Any Other

Other Details of the

Food and accommodation are provided

Working Conditions Learning points that the

To understand and communicate with children. Have the experience

intern might obtain during

in living and taking care of them, create positive impact and cross

the internship

culture learning experience as well as increase social responsibilities by participating extra outdoor programs and activities.

Additional information a

Potential candidate is required to comply with Organisation’s work

potential candidate may

rules, and to be transparency. Truly passionate and patience

require for the Internship

candidate will be motivated in performing the jobs and find the GCDP to be a rewarding experience.

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Shelter Home for Children Shelter, a registered welfare organization, has been in existence since 1981 to help abused, abandoned, neglected or at-risk children. Shelter 1 is a home for children from 4 to 12 years of age who have been abused, neglected, at-risk or abandoned by their families, parents or guardians. Most of our children here go to a Government school. Some, however, (those who are weak in their studies) go through a home schooling programme. Our children are cared for by staffs who work on a 24-hour shift, following a roster, providing rehabilitation and care for the children; an administrative officer who deals with the children's school matters, volunteers, visitors and children's events; a housekeeper/cook and a manager. We also have a team of very faithful and committed volunteers who assist us in tutoring our children.

Job Description Department the intern will

Interns will be working in the homes as English tutors.

be working Job Description1

Interns will be given an English program that they are required to teach and guide our children. They will be assigned a few children where they will teach them basic English using the Learning A-Z program syllabus. They can read up on child learning or activities to do to reinforce learning before coming.

Job Description2

Facilitate student learning in their overall development physically and mentally(daily),helping children with recall information ,help them pick up their reading and writing skills

Job Description3

Facilitate as instructor for Educational and vocational programs, Children minding and functional academic

Job Description4

Discover variety of different problems might encounter the time with children and provide Counselling as well as discipline to the special needs adults as & when necessary.

Job Description5

Communicate with the children, taking care their dailies activities, trigger learning, push children to achieve and reach their full potential.

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Measurable results

The children assigned to be on par in terms of their studies within the

expected from the intern

program.

Preparation required from

Tutoring basic English knowledge will be good.

the intern before arrival Details on the Working

Computer

Conditions

Internet Access Any Other

Other Details of the

Food and Accommodation is provided, but not transportation fees.

Working Conditions

There is a room with a built in bathroom but there is no bed post only mattress available. 2 people per room. Pillow, bedsheet and blanket can be arranged. They can dine with our children during meal time and also join them if they are scheduled to go out for meals. Mostly non halal food. Work for 4 hours in the morning and 4 hours in the evening

Learning points that the

Learn how to communicate with children well, self-independent and

intern might obtain during

patience.

the internship Additional information a

No

potential candidate may require for the Internship

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Rumah K.I.D.S Rumah Kanak-kanak Ini Di Sayangi (K.I.D.S) is a home where orphans and children who are abandoned, abused and neglected are given shelter, love and care. Started in 1991, this home has housed and fed many children whose early childhood has been scarred by traumatic experiences. Many do not know what love is, until they are cared for and live in a “family setting” with “brothers and sisters” and house parents. Kids will still be kids! It is what they will become when they grow up, those matters. Here in Rumah K.I.D.S. we help chart their future, to become responsible and useful men and women who would impact the world!

Job Description Department the intern will

Rumah Kanak-kanak Ini Di Sayangi (K.I.D.S) is a home where

be working

orphans and children who are abandoned, a

Job Description1

Rumah K.I.D.S is a home where orphans and children who are abandoned, abused and neglected are given

Job Description2

Be the tutor of the children for subject like English, Mathematics and help them with their homework.

Job Description3

Teaching creative arts, musics, dramas and any performance, cultural sharing from respective countries. They will be teaching and guiding the children aged from 2-20years old.

Job Description4

Interns with Psychology and Counselling background are preferable to counsel the abandoned children.

Job Description5

Shower love and care to the children. Help to discipline them and educate them in some daily activities

Job Description6

Discover variety of different problems might encounter the time with children and provide as well as discipline to the special needs adults as & when necessary.

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Measurable results

The children assigned to be on par in terms of their studies within the

expected from the intern

program.

Preparation required from

Tutoring basic English knowledge will be good.

the intern before arrival Details on the Working

Computer

Conditions

Internet Access Any Other

Other Details of the

Food and accommodation is provided. No extra charges needed.

Working Conditions

Working hours can be flexible but interns mostly work from 9am to 5pm. Interns can take leave but please inform in advance and can rest during weekend. Dressing code must be aware as interns can be role model to the children, short pants and sleeveless shirts are not allowed.

Learning points that the

To understand and communicate with orphans and kids. To shower

intern might obtain during

love to the kids to let them feel the warmth in human despite all the

the internship

races and culture.

Additional information a

Patience

potential candidate may require for the Internship

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Key Learning Point -

Cultural Exposure Personal Development Impact to orphans

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For any enquiries, Please contact munhoong.lum@aiesec.net

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TechCycle Tech4ALL Technology Recycling, Technology Accessibility for ALL

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY Powered by AIESEC Malaysia and SOLS 24/7

http://www.sols247.org/home/


Concept TechCycle Tech4ALL Project Problem Statement: Increasing purchasing power in Malaysia, evolution of technology generates increasing amount of electronic wastes. Still, there is socio-economic gap whereby underprivileged group are lack of access to basic education and training opportunities.

Project Mission 2000 computers collected 100 community centers and NGOs beneficiaries Education and training for underprivileged for employment


How the Project Works


Internship Opportunities National Project Team

AIESEC Malaysia National Committee

National Interns Team SOLS 24/7 Staffs

Local Project Team

AIESEC Local Committees

Local Interns Team

Team Members

Local Committee Project team members


Internship Opportunities窶年ational Interns Team Internship Duration: 6 months (Required) Cross cultural working opportunity: Interns will workInterns with Team National SOLS 24/7 Staffs project partners and local team project interns Project Coordinator (1 person)

National Interns Team SOLS 24/7 Staffs

Marketing & Communications (2 persons) Education & Training (1 person)


Project Management, Social Business (1 person) • Main Responsibility: Project Management - Point of communications between AIESEC and SOLS - Create and monitor project framework - Setting project focus and implementation plans - Market Segmentation for effective outreaching - Coordinate outreaching events at university level - Periodically assess feasibility or project progress Role Explanation: Interns will work with diverse trainee team, and play the role as the main project leader. He/she will meet up with AIESEC Malaysia national committee to discuss the action plans of the nation-wide project. Proactive, excellent communication, team working and cultural sensitivity is required as interns will directly communicate with most interns coming to Malaysia under this project. Past virtual team working experience is preferred.


Marketing & Communications (2 persons) • Main Responsibility: Marketing Set up marketing channels Align communications plan with outreaching and partners’ objectives Prepare marketing materials such as brochure, flyers etc. Manage the website, increase traffic from the public Manage social media Prepare publication, write ups etc. showcase the project impact Practical experience in HTML and/or Graphic required

Education, Training, Education Research (1 person) • Main Responsibility: Training & Education Participate in 2 weeks employment training by SOLS 24/7 Responsible for training and induction for AIESEC interns. Work with SOLS 24/7 and AIESEC interns to arrange working schedule. Understand, and conduct skills building progamme for youth learners Character building classes for youth Monitor learning progress of each trainee by individual learning profile creation Re-assess the training module, research to improvise the module. Passionate in Education and training. Travels for community centers visit are often. Interns need to be highly adaptable to the community working condition.


Internship Opportunities—National Interns Team Internship Details: • Accommodation provided. Hostel room sharing, enough for 20 persons. Double decker provided. • Food provided at work place café

• Salary provided at RM 300 (approximately USD 100) per month, starting from 2nd month of internship • Visa cost covered

• Transportation to different locations covered. Accommodation condition during on-site (out of office) is provided, and the condition might vary.


Office Work Space


Staffs Interaction


Training Hall We will use it for EP Induction & Training for SOLS 24/7 students

Meeting & Hang Out Space Meeting area, staffs TV hang out space


Accommodation Condition

Big Hostel Room Space for 20 persons Double Decker Sharing Public Bathroom (sharing), laundry space with washing machine provided Internet access provided


Project Activities—Community Works


Involvement with AIESEC • Induction and training class provided by AIESEC Malaysia and SOLS 24/7

• Interns have number of chances to work with LCs project team • Interns will be informed about possibility of involvement in LCs EPs hang out activities, conferences etc. • Direct project supervision with SOLS 24/7 and AIESEC Malaysia, performance

review, leadership training


Contact Lim Shi Ying Vice President Incoming GCDP AIESEC Malaysia shi_ying.lim@aiesec.net Te Yu Xiang Project Manager AIESEC Malaysia te.yuxiang@aiesec.net


TechCycle Tech4ALL

AIESEC in Malaysia

Technology Recycling, Technology Accessibility for ALL Project Description An environmental sustainability initiative by AIESEC a Malaysia with purpose of enhancing environmental awareness among Malaysian population, particularly on electronic waste. Hence, shaping a community who are responsible for their consumerism behavior.

General Job Description

ENVIRONMENT

1. Research about e-waste management issue in home country and Malaysia.

Waste Management

2. Plan and execute awareness campaigns and roadshows to collect e-wastes.

PROJECT DURATION

3. Design communications platforms and set up long term recycling centers. 4. Showcase interns’ home country culture.

About Malaysia Malaysia has a strategic location at the heart of South-East Asia. A tropical country, all year long summer country with high humidity. Consists of 3 major ethnic groups, Malay, Chinese and India and other minor ethnic groups. A multi-lingual country, most people can comprehend and converse in basic English, especially young students. Other local languages are popular due to the diversity of races in the country. Choices of food is another indicator to the cultural diversity.

A melting pot of Asian culture: “Malaysia Truly Asia”

1st Dec 13—15th Jan 14 (##) 15th Jan 14—28th Feb 14(##)

EP PROFILE   

Project Management Marketing Public Relations

INTERNSHIP 

Accommodation, internet access provided Cost USD 40—80 average Food is not provided

CONTACT Yap Jia Wei MC iGCDP Customer Experience Manager jiawei.yap@aiesec.net


8 months 2000 computers 100 community centers and NGOs Access to IT and knowledge for school drop outs, underprivileged Change the Destiny of how they Live :)

SOLS Tech is the project national partner. SOLS Tech collect and refurbish the old computers and electronics collected from the project. Picture: Students at SOLS Tech refurbishment center, working towards their Computer Systems Technician certificates. Refurbished computers will be re-distributed to community centers, followed by IT and employment skills training programme to enable employment among the community for a sustainable living.

Yussef Gheriani, 22, USA GCDP EP year 2011 Program Manager at SOLS 24/7 Thanks to GCDP, I joined SOLS 24/7 as a trainee in Year 2011. I am glad to contribute to the project, enabling the needy community in Malaysia to have access to computers and knowledge. Now, after my GCDP, I continue working in SOLS 24/7 creating impact that matters.

MALAYSIA MALAYSIA TRULY ASIA! Cultural Diversity Exotic Food Multiple Languages Beaches

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