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  • Working in Kampung Padang with Engineers Without Borders

    When we first visited Kampung Padang, their issue with drinking water was immediately evident. They walk half an hour to the well in the village to collect drinking water, twice or thrice each day. Unfiltered and exposed, their water is completely unsafe for consumption. Due to the inaccessibility to water, let alone to clean water,…

  • My Experience: Global Peace Youth Exchange 2017 Philippines

    “Learn, grow and giveback” a wise word I was once told right before I began my higher education journey, to which until today I try my best to uphold that principle. At that moment, I only thought to learn and improve myself the best way I possibly can to then one day contribute back to…

  • Effective Approach in
    Empowering At-risk Youths

    Restlessness, poor academic performances and disruptive behaviours are some of the common problems faced  by public school teachers as the number of at-risk youths grow. So what is at-risk youth? Generally, at-risk youth are simply youth who have higher risks of becoming social misfits or school dropouts due to factors like dysfunctional family or low…

  • The Global Peace Volunteers Camp

    The Malala’s, Momma T, and J.K. Rowling (and Raffael) No. This time around, it was not the same. For a start, it was half the size of our usual camp. Secondly, odd enough we only had one male participate. Go figure! Yes, Raffael. Everybody loved Raffael. And Raffael? I am sure you have got the…

  • The Global Peace Volunteers Camp

    What Happened Last June 2015 started off great for the youth leadership development of The Global Peace Foundation (Malaysia). Completing the third Global Peace Volunteers Camp in the first half of the year, marked a new milestone of success. Let us walk you down what happened in the last camp. A Brief from Day One-…

Our Stories
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  • Working in Kampung Padang with Engineers Without Borders

    When we first visited Kampung Padang, their issue with drinking water was immediately evident. They walk half an hour to the well in the village to collect drinking water, twice or thrice each day. Unfiltered and exposed, their water is completely unsafe for consumption. Due to the inaccessibility to water, let alone to clean water,…

  • My Experience: Global Peace Youth Exchange 2017 Philippines

    “Learn, grow and giveback” a wise word I was once told right before I began my higher education journey, to which until today I try my best to uphold that principle. At that moment, I only thought to learn and improve myself the best way I possibly can to then one day contribute back to…

  • Effective Approach in
    Empowering At-risk Youths

    Restlessness, poor academic performances and disruptive behaviours are some of the common problems faced  by public school teachers as the number of at-risk youths grow. So what is at-risk youth? Generally, at-risk youth are simply youth who have higher risks of becoming social misfits or school dropouts due to factors like dysfunctional family or low…

  • The Global Peace Volunteers Camp

    The Malala’s, Momma T, and J.K. Rowling (and Raffael) No. This time around, it was not the same. For a start, it was half the size of our usual camp. Secondly, odd enough we only had one male participate. Go figure! Yes, Raffael. Everybody loved Raffael. And Raffael? I am sure you have got the…

  • The Global Peace Volunteers Camp

    What Happened Last June 2015 started off great for the youth leadership development of The Global Peace Foundation (Malaysia). Completing the third Global Peace Volunteers Camp in the first half of the year, marked a new milestone of success. Let us walk you down what happened in the last camp. A Brief from Day One-…