Sustainable Community Projects (South Asia) - RYTHM Foundation

Persatuan Jaringan Pembangunan Manusia Luar Bandar – Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan & Kedah
Helped bring 80 stateless children to schools and rolled out a three-year project to help 600 more stateless children with community support, including 150 teachers, PTA members and community organisations.
Persatuan Penduduk Petaling Jaya – Selangor
Enhancing the livelihood of 300 residents of an urban slum community.
Good Shepherd Services – Sabah
A community adoption programme to improve socioeconomic livelihoods through 5 modules including preschool support, academic support, youth development, women’s empowerment and social entrepreneurship.
Empower children and their parents towards sustainable education in collaboration with local organisations and local government.
ASA Foundation
Subang, West Jawa
Supporting a youth development programme that reaches 1,700 young girls as well as children with disabilities through life skills training, sports activities and education about gender equality administer by 30 trained teachers.
Tangerang, Banten
Supporting a grassroots community initiative to teach life skills, health education and social inclusion to young children through sports. Around 6,000 youth are benefitting from this programme as well as 30 teachers who have been empowered with innovative teaching methods.
Child Dream Foundation - Karen State & Bago Division
Provided financial support to children in rural areas to seek medical treatment related to congenital birth defects.
Child Dream Foundation - Phonsai District, Luang Prabang Province
Helped build a primary school building with 6 fully-furnished classrooms and 4 toilets at the Phonsai Secondary School which caters to 1,560 students.
Child Dream Foundation -Trapeang Prasat & Puok
Fully funded higher education for 5 bright students from low-income families.
Child Dream Foundation - Dien Bien
Providing 40 young girls from disadvantaged communities with a three-year scholarship to complete secondary education.
Persatuan Kesihatan dan Kebajikan Umum Malaysia – Kuala Lumpur
Supporting more than 3,000 people with HIV from disadvantaged communities with meals and capacity building programmes.
Association of Toy Libraries Malaysia – Sabah (Tanjung Aru, Matunggong, Kota Kinabalu, Kudat, Tawau, Semporna, Lahad Datu & Panampang)
Supporting a special programme to enable the right to play for all. The project works with 20 NGOs to reach out to 4,800 children including 960 children with special needs each year.
Trees – Selangor, Kuala Lumpur & Putrajaya
ngaged and empowered more than 200 students and 50 teachers from 25 schools to mobilize their communities in implementing environmental care campaigns.
Dignity for Children – Kuala Lumpur
Supporting a feeding programme for 79 children to help break the cycle of poverty.