YAYASAN GENERASI GEMILANG

Children, Other Communities, Youth

Email addressinfo@gengemilang.org
Websitewww.gengemilang.org
Phone number+603 7803 0957
Fax number+603 7803 0948
Year of establishment2010
AddressNo. 82A-1, Jalan PJU 1/3B, Sunwaymas Commercial Centre 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Malaysia
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Who are we

YAYASAN GENERASI GEMILANG (GG) is a not-for-profit welfare organisation that sets out to raise an exemplary next-generation and build stronger families. Our key focus areas are mentoring the next generation with leadership and life skills, equipping parents and youth to face cyber-related issues, and community development for marginalized communities in Malaysia.

Love is the heartbeat of Generasi Gemilang. For us, to serve is to see love in action. And this is the operating philosophy underlying our different services. With a passionate and professional team, we are committed to serve our clients, which are the children, the youth, families, and the community as a whole.

Governed by a Board of Directors, we are based in Klang Valley and conduct our programmes throughout Malaysia. With projects that started back in October 2008, we received our official registration as a welfare society on 5 March 2010. In the short span of our existence, over 10,000 clients have already been impacted through our services.

Our services

Counselling & Care is a new service we have added to provide support for teenagers, young adults, couples, parents and families.

Issues may range from relationship disharmony within families to marital conflict, parenting problems, depression, anxiety, problems associated with addiction, work-stress and financial hardship. Counselling may be carried out by professional or para-professional counsellors. Qualified professional counsellors have undergone professional training in both the theory and practice of helping people with problems.

Para-counsellors have completed shorter courses in counselling theory and practice. Call 03-7803 0957 or email care@gengemilang.org to request a Counselling & Care appointment.  Our staff will help you fix an appointment according to our schedule. You may use a pseudonym should you desire privacy. The duration of a typical session is 50-60 minutes at our office.

Family Services

The family unit is important as it helps build up a person’s personality, character and values.  Because of this, we work to inspire and strengthen healthy family life, and restore, reconcile and reconnect relationships within the family unit.  We improve the parent-child relationship into one which is enriching and abounding in love, instil wholesome healthy values and share practical advice that everyone can benefit from.

Kidz Services
How can the fatherless who have never experienced family life know how to model a family of their own? Kidz Services aims to provide hope and opportunities to the fatherless children in orphanages, poor communities and those with special needs.

Cyber Wellness
As the youth are spending increasingly more time online, our sessions will address many issues both parents and the digital generation face such as gaming-addiction, cyber-bullying, the dangers of pornography, and how to respect and maintain one’s privacy in everything from Blogs and emails to Facebook and other forms of social media. Another facet of our programmes is to bridge the digital divide between parents and their children. Parents will then be able to discuss these issues openly and address them accordingly.
The team that addresses these issues come from the digital generation and draws widely from their experiences.

.Cyber Wellness
.Leadership & Mentoring
.Life Skills
.Service Learning

Foundational Sex and Sensibility (SAS) Programme
Youths learn good handles to address sensitive issues including boy-girl relationships and sexual reproductive health which will enable them to make informed decisions. Modules cover:

  • Sexology 101 – Discusses the holistic development of adolescence, which includes sexual identity and its development
  • Dating Game – Explores the nature of relationships and its healthy boundaries, in addition to understanding “Boy-Girl Relationships
  • Pre-Marital Sex – Examines the issue of pre-marital sex and its potential risks, plus awareness on issues circulating STD, Abortion, and what the Malaysian Law says about Pre-Marital Sex

Topical Sex and Sensibility (SAS) Programme
In-depth discussion on contemporary sexuality issues. Topics covered:

  •     Homosexuality
  •     Masturbation
  •     Abortion
  •     Sexual Recovery
  •     Pornography
  •     STD
  •     Sex & The Law

Pre-Requisite: Participants must have completed the Foundational SAS programme.

Parents/Teachers (SAS) Forum
An interactive forum with parents & teachers on current trends or issues facing our youths today, plus the importance of building effective communication with children to mentor them on topics surrounding sexuality.

Project Highlights

Student groups have been involved in numerous projects including:

  •     Joy of Learning through Reading and Journaling programs
  •     Bookclub for teens in poor communities
  •     Academic guidance
  •     Bully-free program for orphanages
  •     Financial literacy for the poor
  •     Field trips
  •     Celebrations

Recent projects with Corporates include:

Bank Negara Volunteers – Financial Literacy for the poor
ECM Libra Foundation – Joy of Learning for orphans
Unilever Lifebuoy – “Jom Lebih Sihat” campaign for the poor


 
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