RYTHM Foundation was proud to be a part of the recent 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals (ICSDG) in Penang, held on the 30-31 July 2019 to present a paper on Maharani Programme.
It was a unique experience for 22 Global Lifestyle Lanka (GLL) staff who volunteered and helped organise a special women empowerment program for their female colleagues held at the Maharagama Training Centre in Sri Lanka.
Fifteen-year-old T.T. Elavasari from Sungai Siput, a small town in the state of Perak in Malaysia is passionate about dancing. Her interest in the Indian classical dance form Barathanatyam started when she was just seven years old.
Recently, RYTHM Foundation inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Young Women’s Christian Association of Kuala Lumpur (YWCA KL) to further expand Maharani, a flagship programme of RYTHM Foundation to empower more marginalised poor young girls.
Twenty teen mothers in the Tandang Sora community in Philippines were given a new glimmer of hope to support themselves and their families, as well as empower other young mothers like them, through the Adolescent Mothers Community Empowerment Programme conducted by RYTHM Foundation.
As part of our effort in Community Development, which aims to empower communities in need through capability building, RYTHM Foundation has partnered with Asia Foundation to launch the RYTHM Scholars in Vietnam Programme.