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Role of Education Institutions in Building Community Resilience & Eradication of Poverty.

Hear fresh and exciting insights on how Education Institutions can lead, shape and build community resilience and actively participate in the poverty eradication agenda.
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Building Sustainable Livelihood

This is Elsie Misha, one of the 80 happy ginger farmers we trained and facilitated. Ginger farming is one of the many Agricultural programmes we design and implement to assist our B40 communities in rural areas gain economic independence and build a sustainable livelihood for themselves and their families. Help us to assist more people like Elsie build a better future.
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Building Economic Independence

This is Rohani, a mother of 5. She produces colourful putumayam and other kueh to supplement their household income. We lend assistance to many women in B40 communities through skills development and procurement of equipment to help them build small businesses for a better and sustainable livelihood for themselves and their families.

Help us assist more ladies like Rohani build a better future.

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Building Community Resilience

We support holistic education for children in B40 communities, focussing on social, spiritual and psychological development to encourage creativity and leadership. The Covid-19 pandemic kept children away from schools and many were cut off from lessons due to inaccessibility to digital classrooms. We reached out with Tablets equipped with data and tutorial content to provide access to education because we know education is a basic need. Help us to reach out and inspire more children aspire a better future.
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Building Community Leaders

This is Jaharah. She is 70, a mother of nine children and a proud grandmother. She is one of the farmers we trained under our chilli fertigation programme. She is hardworking, resourceful and is an inspiration to her community. Chilli fertigation is one of the agricultural programmes we design and implement to help small farmers gain economic independence and build a sustainable livelihood for themselves and their families. Help us assist more people like Jaharah build a better future.

Every Ringgit Goes A Long Way

Our Work

2.9 Million Households in Malaysia are in the Bottom 40% (B-40) income bracket. 

Help Us Change That.

The Covid-19 pandemic will force many more households regress into the B40 segment.   At Yayasan Sejahtera we are committed to alleviating poverty through community based approach. We design :

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Contribution to 9 Sustainable Development Goals

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