The Maharani Programme is one of the Foundation’s most popular projects. Since its inception in 2011, the Foundation has worked with thousands of young girls from marginalised communities in different parts of Malaysia to help them develop self-confidence, to education them about gender issues and encourage them to realise their potential.
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.
A total of 21 volunteers from QI Hong Kong represented RYTHM Foundation to participate in World Vision Hong Kong’s 180 Expedition; a real-life simulation to raise funds to support the affected South Sudanese families and children.