Archdiocesan Office for Human Development (AOHD)

in Other Communities, Refugees

Who are we AOHD (Archdiocesan Office for Human Development) is the official arm of the Catholic Church, in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, entrusted with overseeing matters pertaining to the promotion of charity, integral human development, justice and peace. it is managed by the AOHD Secretariat and Board of Management with Rev Mitchel Anthony as the Priest Delegate. History The “Aggiornamento-Renewal” of 1976 brought into focus the need for the Church in Malaysia to begin its process of renewal by identifying Integral Human Development (IHD) as one of her core needs....

Tenaganita

in Refugees, Women

Who are we Tenaganita was founded in 1991, born out of the struggles of women workers in the plantations and industrial sectors to gain their rights as workers; for decent wages, decent living conditions and to stop discrimination and gender based-violence. In responding to the grievous human rights violations affecting various sectors of the population, Tenaganita’s scope has grown to address issues of exploitation, discrimination, unequal treatment and violence not just against women, but also against refugees, documented and undocumented migrant workers, trafficked persons, domestic...

Migrant Ministry Klang (MMK) Malaysia

in Other Communities, Refugees, Support Groups

Who are we MMK (Migrant Ministry Klang) Malaysia started off in 2002 with the focus to bring the gospel to migrant workers that lived in the Klang area. However, along the years, it has also begun reaching out to refugees and those who are in need. Our purpose MMK’s main purpose is to reach out to the people that God has placed at our doorsteps. We do this through various means and methods – conducting regular weekly services in each ethnic group, conducting evangelistic meetings, providing medical services, running refugee schools, holding group camps, and most recently, setting up a...

MEMSA Charitable Society

in Differently Abled, Health, Orang Asli, Refugees

The Malaysian Emergency Medical Support Association (MEMSA) is a non-governmental organistion that promotes health and well-being among street people, the Orang Asli, the stateless, the poor and needy in the peninsula. The acronym, MEMSA not only represents the initials of the organisation name, but it also stands for Mercy, Education, Medical, Social Involvement and Aid to the poor and the needy.   MEMSA was founded by Dr Patrick Teo and a group of professionals trained in emergency or medical crisis on 30 January 2005. After the December 2004 tsunami, MEMSA has networked with groups...

Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI)

in Education, Health, Refugees

Who are we MSRI is a non-profit organisation that runs the The Sahabat Support Centre (SSC) which provides services to refugees from minority communities who are living in Malaysia waiting to be resettled in a third country. Our programmes SSC programmes include: Family Healthcare, Mentoring Programme, Education (Daycare, Kindergarten, Homeschooling), vocational training for teenager and adults, emergency support (adopt a family project) among others.

Fugee School

in Children, Education, Other Communities, Refugees

Who are we Fugee School is on a mission to enable refugee children to realise their potential – by equipping them with academic, vocational and life-skills, in an environment free from discrimination and exclusion. We live to develop our students critical and creative thinking. tailor our curriculum to address the specific needs refugee children face due to trauma and disruption as a result of displacement. encourage our students to discover their strengths and develop them. We believe that every child deserves the right to have dreams and ambition, and the chances to achieve...

United Learning Centre

United Learning Centre

in Children, Education, Other Communities, Refugees, Youth

Who are we United Learning Centre (ULC) is a volunteer driven centre providing children of Burmese refugees with an education. These children do not have access to schools in Malaysia due to their parents’ refugee status. The centre provides education for the children to help prepare them for resettlement in a third country, without this education, especially learning the English language, most of these children end up begging on the streets or be victims of human traffickers.  School equipment such as computers, books and meals, as well as activities to complete the education...

Hilla Community Centre

in Children, Education, Other Communities, Refugees, Tax Exemption

History A small group of Korean expatriates and Malaysians living in Kuala Lumpur (Ampang, Selangor) recognised the predicament faced by the refugees and started an initiative to help them. The main effort is to provide basic education for children and was started in premises provided by a Korean language studio in Ampang. Initially an informal class had been started to teach simple English to Afghan children. A small group of 7 children started class in October 2007. Teachers served on a voluntary basis. Some Korean expatriates, Malaysian individuals, Uzbekistan nationals and a German...

Yellow House

in Children, Refugees, Support Groups

Who are we Yellow House Society of Kuala Lumpur is an non-profit organisation registered with the Register of Societies, Malaysia. In 2005, Yellow House was appointed the programme partner of the International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) in Malaysia. It’s vision is to provide opportunities through arts to cultivate the potential of children of diverse backgrounds and capacities, with focus on children in residential care, poor communities and those with special needs. Yellow House has seen more than 600 children pass its gates. It believes in creating a long-term beneficial association...

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