Highlights - Kind Malaysia
Corporates are invited to submit their CSR projects to be showcased at the Hall of Fame during Kind Malaysia 2018.
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Highlights

Programmes

Opening Ceremony

Guest of Honour:
Y Bhg Datuk Isham Ishak,
Secretary General, Ministry of International Trade & Industry

24 October 2018, 10.00am

Keynote Address by Mr Prem Rawat,
Global Ambassador of Peace

24 October 2018, 11.00am – 12.00pm

“Peace needs to be in everyone’s life. It is not the world that needs peace; it is people. When people in the world are at peace within, the world will be at peace.”

Panel Discussion: Partnership for Humanity:
Connecting Corporates with Civil Society

25 October 2018, 10:30am – 12.00pm

Panellists:
Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai,
Group MD & CEO, Star Media Group
Mr. Lim Kwee Shyan,
Chairman, MARGMA Foundation
Mr. Faizal Othman,
CEO, Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd
Ir. Amran Mahzan,
Executive Director, MERCY

 

Moderator:
Dato’ Teo Yen Hua, Chairman,
Kind Malaysia 2018

Seminar Topic by Exhibitors

Session 1

24 October, 13:00-14:30

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Youth Volunteerism:
Creating Lifelong Mindset

Mr. Charles Mohan

Institute Onn Ja’afar

Charles is the Chief Executive Officer CEO of Institute Onn Ja’afar, a non profit organization NGO to help put the poor and vulnerable. He is the NTV7 news anchor, broadcast journalist, producer and emcee. Charles was awarded Best Special Report for Anugerah Skrin TV3 in 2006 and Anugerah Wartawan Pengguna in 2004.

02

What Do Gotong-Royong And
Dinosaurs Have in Common?

Ms. Melissa Ngiam

Yayasan Generasi Gemilang

Melissa is the Chief Operating Officer of Yayasan Generasi Gemilang (GG), a foundation inspired by Love to raise an exemplary next generation and empower families in Malaysia by increasing access to quality education for under-served children and their families. She has worked with corporates from various industries including banking, insurance, property development and technology. Melissa is a certified accountant, member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and a certified Corporate Social Responsibly Manager under the MIM-ARM Certified Professional CSR Manager program.

03

Making Impact at the Local Level:
Discovering Changemakers Invisible to the Public Eye

Mr. Chun Wah Hoo

NGO Hub

Wah Hoo is the Director of NGOhub. During the 6 years working for an NGO, he helped established and kickstart more than 25 rural and urban community education centers nationwide as Director of Outreach, serve as Director of Operations managing a national project running concurrently in 15 locations with a team of more than 70 members, and more recently bringing NGOs in Malaysia together working with government ministries, the Welfare Department, volunteer groups and corporations to solve social issues together.

Community Recreational Drumming by REP. Presents!

15 mins

Session 2

24 October, 14:45-16:15

04

Liver Cancer and Hepatitis Awareness

Professor Rosmawati Mohamed

Hepatitis Free Malaysia

Professor Dr Rosmawati is the Master, Academy of Medicine of Malaysia and the President of Hepatitis Free Malaysia. She is a Consultant Hepatologist at the University Malaya Medical Centre, Co-chairperson of the WHO Global and Western-Pacific Region Strategic and Technical Advisory Committee for Viral Hepatitis, Executive Council Member of the Asian-Pacific Association for the Study of the Liver, Co-chairperson and founding member of the Coalition to Eradicate Viral Hepatitis in the Asia Pacific, and Council Member of International Coalition of Hepatology Education Providers.

05

My Cancer Journey

Mr. Santhanam Dass

Prostate Cancer Society Malaysia

Mr Santhanam is the Founder President of Prostate Cancer Society Malaysia. This society was formed to consolidate all the supporting groups he set up and met during his journey of fighting over Prostate cancer which he was diagnosed with at the age of 63. For the last 15 years, he have been an advocate and the driving force with cancer survivor groups and therapists to bring positive change and comfort to cancer patients. He believes the role of the group is very important where the survivors meet together, sometimes with the presence of Urologists and Oncologists.

06

Empowering Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI) Through Technology

Mr. Daniel Soon &
Mr. Lim Yew Yi

St. Nicholas’s Home

Mr Daniel became a Board member of St. Nicholas’ Home on a voluntary basis in 1997 and served as a sub-committee chairman for many years. He was invited to take over as the Executive Director of St. Nicholas’ Home in 2010 and continues in that capacity today. He has also been invited to share his expertise and experience as a trainer in the area of NGO governance, management and fundraising. As the Executive Director, Mr Daniel introduced and presided over many new initiatives and programmes for St. Nicholas’ Home.

Community Recreational Drumming by REP. Presents!

15 mins

Session 3

24 October, 16:30-18:00

07

Financial Crisis Faced by Humanitarian Organisations for Search and Rescue Operation

Capt. K. Bala

Malaysia International Search & Rescue

Capt K. Bala is a prominent safety activist, safety advocate, emergency survival trainer and a humanitarian figure in Malaysia. He is the founder and chairman of Malaysia International Search and Rescue (MISAR) & Malaysian Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (MVFRA). He is the President of Road Safety Marshal Club (RSMC). He has 23 years of experience in the search and rescue arena. He has led his team of SAR volunteer members to serve in numerous international and local SAR operation and also humanitarian aid. He was featured as one of the icon for Malaysia WiraNegaraku.

08

Scaling Social Business Through Micro-Franchising

Mr. Khairul Azri Mohamad Khalid

Youth Trust Foundation, myHarapan

Mr Khairul Azri is one of the experts in myHarapan’s Youth Engagement unit, with stints at companies such as Adidas, Quiksilver, TM, and Dome Café during his student days, Azri, who holds a degree in TESL, found himself leaning towards a career that engaged and empowered the youth. An accomplished public speaker and theatre practitioner, coupled with a dashing personality and outgoing nature, he has engaged thousands of youths nationwide from various walks of life.

09

Understand What Special Olympics is?

Mr. Mohd Yusof Tawil

Special Olympics Selangor

Starts with Special Olympics in 1999 with Special Plympics Selangor & Kuala Lumpur (SOSKL). Promoted as the Director of volunteers, Parents and Families Sub-Committee for the terms of 2002-2006, the Coach of Athletics and Bocce, Chief de Mission to 5th Special Plympics Singapore National Games in 2005 and the Deputy Chief De Mission to 12th Special Plympics New Zealand State Games. Techincal Officials for both Athletics and Bocce in Special Olympics Malaysia National Games 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2014. Currently as a Sports Director for Special Olympics Selangor (SOSgor) for the term 2018-2020.

Community Recreational Drumming by REP. Presents!

15 mins

Session 4

25 October, 13:00-15:00

10

Awareness on Engaging and Interacting with Persons Who Are Blind or With Visually Impairment

Mr. Wong Yoon Loong

National Council for the Blind Malaysia

Mr. Wong is the Manager for the Centre for Accessibility, Research and Empowerment for the Blind at the National Council for the Blind, Malaysia (NCBM). He is also the Vice President of the Malaysian Confederation of the Disabled. He has vast experience in work for the blind and persons with disabilities in the areas of special education, employment, ICT, accessibility, audio description, advocacy, empowerment and public awareness. He has been appointed as the member of the Penang Accessibility Action Group 2017-2018.

11

Equality in Education for All

Ms. Vissalani Selvarajah

Mitra Enrichment Organisation

An Accounting graduate who is pursuing a banking career. I believe education is the primary factor which changes the living standard of an individual. Education helps to make a difference in our life, break the chain of poverty and most importantly to set an example for the next generation by showing the importance of education.

12

Transforming Lives of At Risk Youths

Mr. Devasharma Gangadaran

Myskills Foundation

Mr Devasharma is the Chief Executive Officer of MySkills Foundation. He is also the Education Welfare Research Foundation (EWRF) Fund Raising Director, Intern of Planning Development (HR) in the Resot World Berhad, Genting Highlands. He received the Vice Chancellor Award from University Putra Malaysia.

13

Our Roles for the Plight of Underprivileged Children in Malaysia

Mr. Kallon Cha

The Budimas Charitable Foundation

Kallon Cha is the Business Development Manager at The Budimas Charitable Foundation. He oversees the foundation’s efforts in expanding their philanthropic reach, educating the public of the current adversities faced by many underprivileged children in Malaysia and to also increase the donor pool – which ultimately helps fund the Foundation’s many endeavours. A persuasive negotiator with strong presentation skills, Kallon has over 15 years of business development experience in industries ranging from health and fitness to Chinese metaphysics. A natural achiever who has led his team to attaining viable results, he is now focused on establishing a stronger foothold for Budimas in the minds of the Malaysian public.

Community Recreational Drumming by REP. Presents!

15 mins

Session 5

25 October, 15:15-17:15

14

Empire Back to School

Mr. Mohd Ashraff Khan Md Najib

Persatuan Empayar Kebajikan Malaysia
(Empire Project)

Mohd Ashraff Khan Md Najib has an interesting off-work project assisting the homeless communities on the streets of Kuala Lumpur. Ashraff spearheads his own NGO called the ‘Empire Project’. While Empire Project may have begun as a street-feeding drive, Ashraff was quick to innovate the organization’s approach on assisting the homeless by introducing new and practical ways of lending a helping hand. Adopting an anti-food waste mindset, he drove the team to focus on more long-term goals and approaches – many of which turned out to be the first of its kind in Malaysia.

15

How Corporate Can Involve in Conservation Works in Malaysia

Mr. I. S. Shanmugaraj

Malaysian Nature Society

Mr I. S. Shanmugaraj was appointed as the Executive Director of Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) in April 2015. He has 21 years of experience and championing Environmental Education Division, from the inception of Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Selangor in 1987 until the latest Vale Eco Centre launching in 2015. He is managing 7 Centres nationwide under the Environmental Education Division, leading the Kelab Pencinta Alam since 1991. To date, there are 400 schools and 20,000 members in this arm.

16

River Health

Ms. Yusnita Dolah

Women in Governance and Technology Association of Malaysia

Ms Yusnita is the pioneer for Eco Tourism Course with a niche of River Conservation and Preservation in Malaysia. She possesses a Bachelor Degree in International Business and Master in Business Administration. She has served the manufacturing and logistic industries. She was in UAE working in tourism promotion industry, and have been involved in many charity and CSR works.

17

Introduction to Peace Education Programme

Mr. Jegathisan Perumal

The Prem Rawat Foundation

A teacher by profession, he has Masters in English as Second Language (UM) and a degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) from UPSI. Served as a teacher for the past 35 years in various secondary schools in Pahang and Selangor. He retired recently as Head of the Language Department of a school in PJ. Facilitates the Peace Education Programme workshops as a volunteer. Has helped facilitate the PEP at Taylors University and the Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) among others.

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Kind Malaysia Hall of Kindness

Corporates are invited to submit their CSR projects to be showcased at the Hall of Kindness during Kind Malaysia 2018.

MITEC is a socially, economically and environmentally responsible organisation that aims to give back to Malaysia and the community within which it is based and encourages its team members, partners and clients to get involved as we strive to produce better event experiences for a better planet.

 

MITEC is committed to implementing environmentally sustainable best practices for our own operations and to assist our clients in their efforts to address their environmental concerns. Our #myWorld Policy describes MITEC’s approaches and programmes that work to reduce our environmental impact and drive sustainability. This policy will apply to all events hosted by our organisation.

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Media Highlights

Press Releases

24 July 2018

Launch of Kind Malaysia 2018 to Connect Corporates with Civil Society: Partnership for Humanity

Press Clippings

24 July 2018

The Star Online

UBM Malaysia launches Kind Malaysia 2018

Utusan Online

UBM Asia anjur Kind Malaysia 2018

25 July 2018

Asia Today

Launch of Kind Malaysia 2018 to Connect Corporates with Civil Society Partnership for Humanity

PR Newswire

Launch of Kind Malaysia 2018 to Connect Corporates with Civil Society: Partnership for Humanity

The Star

UBM, MITEC launch Kind Malaysia 2018

Utusan Malaysia

UBM sasar 70 pempamer sertai Kind Malaysia 2018

2 Oct 2018

The Star

Linking up companies and NGOs for good causes

The Star Online

Linking up companies and NGOs for good causes

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