We are committed and passionate about social impact projects. Beyond our commitment to serve, enable and empower non-governmental organizations with their initiative, we constantly strive towards making a difference through project management and implementation. As collaborative partners to local and international organizations, we have supported plenty socially impactful project since our establishment.
Browse through our most recent and past projects to look into some of our best accomplishments!
SM Citizen Media Program Project Launch Video
SM Citizen Media Program Project Summary
Suara Masyarakat (EN: Community Voices) is a three-year capacity building program for Malaysian Journalist funded by the European Union (EU). Implemented by Internews Malaysia together with NGOhub and other local partners, it offers a mobile journalism mentorship opportunity for Malaysians through MOJO Citizen Media Program. Enlisting the help of 10 highly-experienced, seasoned mentors from the industry, the mentees are actively producing #MOJOStories since June 2020.Visit Suara Masyarakat Website to read #MojoStories
NGO Academy is a free monthly capacity building program dedicated to non-governmental organizations, social enterprises and interested individuals to acquire new knowledge and skills. Created and organized by NGOhub, industry experts are invited to speak on topics such as good governance, strategic planning, risk mitigation, digital marketing and social media management in a 2-hour session. Since 2015, it has empowered more than 2,000 participants nationwide.
A collaboration with Think City, this program sought to formulate the most impactful programs to increase the quality of life of communities residing in public housing (PPR) by producing a systems map. A dialogue between 19 stakeholders comprising of government agencies, NGOs and residential associations addressed areas of concern within the PPR community. The systems map established will be used by Think City to work on project planning and implementation with assistance from the stakeholders.
Program Memperkasa Pertubuhan Kebajikan (NGO) is a program dedicated to empowering non-governmental organizations with strategies for survivability and sustainability in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic. Organized by Jabatan Pendaftaran Pertubuhan Malaysia Negeri Selangor or ROS Selangor with NGOhub as a strategic partner, the program consisted of 6 sessions on fundraising for NGOs, mental health strategies for social workers and a round table discussion. Held in conjunction of HiPER together with GivingHub and Thrive Well, the program empowered 167 participants from local non-governmental organizations especially in Selangor throughout the impactful sessions.
The "Keluargaku, Inspirasiku" project was a collaboration with FWD Takaful to conduct an online financial literacy program for B40 communities and their families in PPR HICOM, held in October 2021.
During the program, participants interacted with one another and were exposed to a life simulation which made them realize the importance of having insurance protection in their life. All participants reported a positive financial learning experience and were excited to start their goals in saving money.
The Water of Life project is a WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) initiative funded by Samsung Engineering Korea and Save the Children Korea. NGOhub team, together with Science of Life Studies 247 (SOLS 247) is an implementation partner in this program. This project began in January 2020 and ended in January 2021.
The objectives of the project:
1. Improving the WASH environment at selected schools in the Sebauh district by constructing inclusive toilets, shower stalls, and improved water filter systems.
2. Improving knowledge, awareness, and practise for students and teachers at Sebauh's selected schools through WASH training.
The primary beneficiaries for this project were 5 targeted schools in the Sebauh sub-district of Bintulu which included 716 students and 68 teachers. Schools selected were are: SK Sebuah, SK Bukit Mawang, SK Kuala Kebulu, SK Kuala Binyo and SK Kuala Sigu. Choice of schools-SK Sebuah have 13 disabled students and had a need for new toilet stalls that were disabled friendly. SK Bukit Mawang did not have enough shower stalls in their hostel. This made male and female students share the same shower stalls. Most of the selected schools have an unutilised Reverse Osmosis filter system and are not connected to the kitchen area by pipe.
With the help of an international corporate donor, we constructed toilets, shower stalls, and water piping in five rural schools in Bintulu, Sarawak. We were able to complete the project in one and a half years with the help of the district education office and the district welfare department, benefiting over 200 rural students.