We are South East Asia’s only community network that promotes working from home, teleworking and the running of SOHO businesses through the use of information and communications technology. Our e-community promotes self-help, business partnerships and entrepreneurship development for those who want to balance work and home life. Our social profit is derived from a  pro-poor project focusing on eco-baskets production and service provision to empower women to embark on social-economic self-reliance.

Our Vision, Mission, Goals And Uniqueness


Helping people to help themselves through ICT and innovation


  • To build an e-community of ICT savvy homemakers, homeworkers and homepreneurs and provide them with a platform for self-help and people-to-people teletrading
  • To encourage homemakers and homebound individuals, especially the disadvantaged, to generate income and cultivate self-improvement through home-based ICT activities
  • To disseminate family-orientated information at a one-stop e-centre to enable members to be smart and efficient in balancing home and work life
  • To develop a self-sustaining social enterprise by leveraging on the resources cultivated from the e-community in order to sustain the disadvantaged women’s project, the Salaam Wanita project
  • To integrate the principles of sustainable development into our programmes so as to be part of the Millennium Development Goals at the Malaysian level


  • To sustain a grass-roots-to-grassroots e-network for mutual assistance and gender empowerment
  • To facilitate networking and teletrading for homemakers and homeworkers through an e-platform
  • To raise the profile of unpaid work and home-based work in Malaysia, advocating the reduction of exploitation in the homeworking sector and the inclusion of homeworking into the formal sector
  • To conduct ICT/ gender research at the grass-roots level for homeworkers and teleworkers
  • To educate women to excel in areas where they are skilled and talented through the use of ICTs
  • To provide disadvantaged women with an e-platform for self-help and clusters-to-clusters assistance
  • To facilitate strategic partnerships with the SOHO (Small Office Home Office) community and the ICT community
  • To develop a replicable model for an efficiently-run grassroots social enterprise with a virtual office
  • To promote the concept of CSR in the Malaysian corporate sector


This is the only local portal that promotes the concept of working from home by providing resources and a platform for homemakers and homeworkers to teletrade and tele-exchange.

Our grassroot community’s endeavours are in line with the Ministry of Women Women, Family and Community Development’s policy to promote working at home as a way to help working women with child-care problems. Our network of homemakers and home workers have been advocating for this policy since 1998.


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Chong Sheau ChingContact Person
[email protected] / [email protected]Email
+603 7731 9896Phone Number
+603 7731 9896Fax Number
No.28, Lorong Burhanuddin Helmi 3, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 Kuala LumpurAddress
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