Interview: Selangor princess YAM Tengku Zatashah on plastics, pollution and food waste

by JC Ker • April 4, 2019

We catch up with the Selangor princess on her passion for social work.

Interview: Editor Shashivarmaan on giving students a voice and finding out ‘What Students Want’

by JC Ker • March 13, 2019

We speak to the editor-in-chief of the book What Students Want, a book that takes pride in being created, curated and edited by students.

Keeping fabric out of landfills: The Kloth Cares movement wants 188 tonnes of your used clothes

by JC Ker • February 28, 2019

The Kloth Cares movement aims to make responsible clothes disposal and recycling the norm in Malaysia.

Mapping the needs of the marginalised — Pathfinders on the importance of data and community engagement

by JC Ker • February 21, 2019

Pathfinder shares how knowing the needs of a community is the important first step.

Fighting illiteracy: How MYReaders’ intervention programmes teach kids to read in 27 weeks

by JC Ker • February 12, 2019

Co-founder Tay Sue Yen discusses the state of literacy in Malaysia and how MYReaders is looking to intervene.

Interview: Life coach Zhariff Afandi on disability, barriers and growing from personal failures

by JC Ker • January 9, 2019

Zhariff shares about picking himself up after a recent divorce, failed businesses and writing the book that “could save your life” after it saved his.

How do you report animal abuse?

by JC Ker • November 16, 2018

Get a better understanding of animal welfare laws in Malaysia and how to report abuse.

Learning through play with Toy Libraries Malaysia

by JC Ker • November 7, 2018

The initiative looks to give underprivileged children access to toys.

How Kechara Food Bank connects the underprivileged with otherwise wasted food

by JC Ker • October 31, 2018

The programme currently feeds 12,000 people, but needs volunteers to distribute the food.

How homemakers became the firefighters of this low-cost housing community

by JC Ker • October 25, 2018

The Fire Squad volunteers are putting an end to the neighbourhood’s frequent fires.