Transit Malaysia, Persatuan Penambahbaikan Transit Massa Malaysia

in Advocacy, Environment

Transit Malaysia is a public transport-focused NGO that advocates for a balance and synergy between public transit, city planning & development, and the environment, with a history of over 10 years of volunteers conducting on-site work and lobbying for pro-transit policies and actions transport agencies and city / government authorities, as well as helping out resident associations and NGOs in improving transit and non-motorised commute in their area.

Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organisation Malaysia (MEHROM)

in Advocacy, Refugees

The Myanmar Ethnic Rohingya Human Rights Organization in Malaysia (MERHROM) is involved in various activities to advocate for the rights of the Rohingya people. Here are some of their key activities: Advocacy: MERHROM actively advocates for the rights of the Rohingya people. They express deep concern over the ongoing atrocities in Myanmar, including the Rohingya genocide. Press Releases: They regularly release statements to the press about the situation in Myanmar. For example, they have been vocal about the death sentences handed to 7 Dagon University students in Yangon who...

Malaysian Offshore Seafarers (MOS)

in Advocacy

Malaysian Offshore Seafarers, commonly referred to as MOS, is an organization dedicated to representing the interests of Malaysian seafarers, with a specific focus on those employed within the offshore industries. The primary objective of this organization is to advocate for the rights, welfare, and well-being of offshore seafarers within their workplace. One of their key priorities is to ensure that Malaysian seafarers are given precedence in terms of employment opportunities over foreign seafarers. MOS is committed to guaranteeing that all offshore seafarers receive fair compensation in...

Persatuan Haiwan Terbiar Malaysia – SAFM

in Advocacy, Animal Welfare

Persatuan Haiwan Terbiar Malaysia (SAFM) is committed to end animal cruelty and ultimately help to improve the welfare of animals in Malaysia. The idea to form this organization came during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Did you know that cases of animal cruelty increased during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period? We started noticing that more animals have been treated badly with cruelty cases rising, not just in Malaysia, but globally. In Kuala Lumpur alone, it was reported that case have tripled since MCO had taken effect (New Straits Times, April 2020). Many of these cases were...

Coalition for Business Integrity Berhad

in Advocacy

Coalition for Business Integrity is an NGO that promotes a market place of integrity, good management practice, and positive work attitude with enhanced productivity in Malaysia. Coalition for Business Integrity Berhad (CBI) was registered on 26 September 2014 with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (Registration No: 1110833-M). CBI is a not-for-profit organization. Membership is open to all bona fide companies operating in Malaysia.The coalition represents the integrity stand of its members with the following characteristics: It is nonpartisan. The focus is to help businesses...

Initiative for Malaysian Humanitarian (INSAN)

in Advocacy

A policy-advocate initiative group for social and education policy focusing on urban poor. Founded on 29 October 2015 by TWO friends, Azan Safar and Ahmad Tajuddin, Initiative for Malaysian Humanitarian (INSAN) is a non-profit organization officially registered by The Registry of Societies Malaysia (ROS) under Section 7 Societies Act 1966. INSAN are committed to raise socio-economic and humanitarian issues through advocating the right policies and development programme focusing on the most marginalizes and segregated group of societies that are homeless, urban poor and...

Malaysian Association of Sign Language Interpreters

in Advocacy, Differently Abled

The Malaysian Association of Sign Language Interpreters is a national organization dedicated to safeguarding the welfare of its members, known as BIM Sign Interpreters. Their primary objectives include: Upholding the rights of Sign Language Interpreters. Offering training and educational programs in sign language interpreting. Providing Sign Language Interpreting services. Promoting and raising awareness about the services offered by Sign Language Interpreters. Fostering encouragement and support for Sign Language Interpreters at the state level. Persatuan Penterjemah...

Malaysian Occupational Therapy Association

in Advocacy, Differently Abled, Health

The Malaysian Occupational Therapy Association (OT Malaysia) is a professional independent and non-political organisation. Interest in the formation of the association started in the late sixties which led to its inauguration on 20 March 1969 with members who were all trained overseas mostly from Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and India. OT Malaysia become a full member of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists (WFOT) in 1990.

Society for Equality, Respect and Trust for All Sabah

in Advocacy

Society for Equality, Respect And Trust for All (SERATA) is a nonprofit organization based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah that promotes gender equality by engaging men and boys in partnership with women and girls. We believe that achieving true gender equality involves the effort of both genders, transcending beyond women empowerment. Our focus is on changing harmful gender norms and unequal power dynamics by addressing the root problem, that begins from birth. Our programs and advocacy efforts show that promoting skills for healthier relationships through better communication in couples &...

Southeast Asia Consumer Alliance

in Advocacy

Southeast Asia Consumer Alliance (SEACA) was established in 2010 with a promise to deliver a comprehensive support that Consumers in Southeast Asia could relay their trust on. SEACA currently serves Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia Consumer protectionConsumer protection is an essential tool in building up a people-oriented Community. SEACA has been more mindful that consumer interests and welfare have to be taken into account in all measures implemented to achieve an integrated economic region. Consumer protection laws ensure fair competition and the free flow of correct...

Islamic Propagation Society International

in Advocacy

Our VisionTo call back mankind towards worshipping the One True God, Allah SWT Our Mission To spread the message of Islam to the Non-Muslims through proven methods such as Mosque Tour, Street Dakwah through dakwah pamphlets, handing out free Qur’an translations, through the mass media and various other methodsTo care for the New Muslims by providing the needful such as counseling sessions, Islamic Classes and othersTo work together with other bodies and Government Agencies, Non-Governmental Organizations, and other Dakwah Organizations to raise the efforts of Dakwah...

DoGood Malaysia

in Advocacy, Youth

Do Good is a public service initiative that has been created by a team of peace loving individuals to promote good universal principles and inspire positive values that will help make the world that we live in today, become a better place for all. We serve as a research and learning centre, focusing on good moral values and practices, and actively enjoining good and forbidding evil. We cover all social, economic and political aspects of human life and the environment, and strive for a better world for...

Lighthouse Children Welfare Home Association, Kuala Lumpur & Selangor

in Advocacy, Children

The Lighthouse Children’s Welfare Home is a foster home registered with the Registrar of Societies since 2007. ​The home is run by Mr and Mrs Steven, who have given up their respective jobs to become full-time foster parents to all the children. Mrs Steven, 64, is a trained Child education professional, specialised in pre-school children’s education. She has worked 13 years with children in pre-schools before retiring to care full-time for her enlarged family.​ Mr Steven, 67, used to work in the banking and insurance sector, but quit is job many years ago to support...

The IO Foundation

in Advocacy

The IO Foundation, or TIOF in short, is a nonprofit registered in Estonia with operational offices in Malaysia and the Philippines. Our members are distributed across the globe and come from different walks of life. They all share a common concern: Human Rights are at risk in the digital space if no proper action is taken to protect them. The organization’s primary goal is to advocate for the proclamation of a Universal Declaration of Human Rights with the clear objective of preserving Human Rights as societies become more and more digital. The warning signs have been observed by our...

On Humanity

in Refugees, Advocacy

On Humanity (OH) is a non-governmental organisation that envisions a world of social inclusion and equal rights for all with the mission to strengthen the marginalised refugee communities in Malaysia through education, food subsistence, and job opportunities. Providing equal opportunities for all, regardless of race, religion, or background. Mission To strengthen the marginalised refugee communities in Malaysia through education, food subsistence, and job opportunities. Providing equal opportunities for all, regardless of race, religion, or...

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