Students participating in a Maharani programme. The Malaysian English daily New Straits Times has featured RYTHM Foundation’s various educational efforts. The opinion piece by veteran journalist Datuk Yong Soo Heong highlights the Foundation’s flagship learning programmes through special needs school Taarana School and the Maharani Learning Lab for disadvantaged young girls. The interview with RYTHM Chairperson Datin Sri Umayal Eswaran also touches on RYTHM’s partnership with East Malaysian NGO Good Shepherd. The programme involves uplifting rural Kiulu residents in Sabah through education and small business opportunities. Yong is a former chief executive officer and editor-in-chief of national news agency Bernama. [su_button url=”https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/columnists/2022/02/770433/kind-souls-help-uplift-childrens-lives-education” target=”blank” style=”flat” background=”#0db275″ size=”8″ center=”yes” radius=”round”]READ THE FULL ARTICLE IN NST.COM.MY[/su_button]
Santhi Periasamy, Head of RYTHM Foundation, delivered an inspiring guest lecture at Malaysia’s INTI International College Subang, highlighting the transformative power of sustained philanthropy on communities.
RYTHM Foundation has wrapped up its first Community Adoption Programme in Sabah, marking a significant step towards empowering several indigenous Dusun communities.