Project HERO

Is a holistic empowerment programme for at­-risk students organised in collaboration with public schools in Malaysia. The programme aims to address the social, emotional and cognitive needs and wellbeing of students which is critical for their academic learning and character development in the school.

Our Unique Approach

Social Emotional Learning

Study in Social Emotional Learning (SEL) shows that student’s best learning emerges in a safe environment and supportive relationship that make learning engaging and meaningful. SEL has shown to have positive impact on student academic performance.

Education Neuroscience

Our brain is highly malleable and thus stimulating activities can strengthen neural connections and produce other positive changes in the brain. As much as poverty adversely affects brain’s growth, we could also reverse them through positive intervention.

Holistic Approach

Empowering at­risk youth involves building of cognitive, social and emotional capacities. These capacities are interdependent that you will not be able to build one without the others. Our programmes are designed to encapsulate development of all three capacities.

Check out videos and photos of our recent projects

  • We designed it in terms of making the kids socialize more with each other from different backgrounds, and also make the kids understand what is punctuality, discipline and teamwork.

  • They learnt teamwork. Usually those boys who are really skilled in futsal, when they lose, they get angry and mad at their teammates, but then they learnt to work in a team, where people have different skills.

  • They are eager to learn. They appreciate when somebody comes and teach them new things.

    Coach Ishak
  • If we lose, we lose together; we win, we win together.

    Lim Wei Jian, 13
  • Unity is power, don’t always try to do things alone.

    Kim Sheng, 15
  • Saya rasa bangga kerana dapat cerita kepada semua. Sebab tak sangka macam malu, saya boleh cerita kat orang-orang.

    Arif, 13