In an age where electricity is a part of our daily lives—from powering lights to charging our mobile devices—it is unimaginable to know that there are still many families living in off-grid villages with little to no electricity.
Published on 21/09/2021
by Lauren Chew, Communications Officer, GPF MalaysiaImagine taking care of your family and doing household chores in a pitch-dark surrounding. With little to no access to electricity, this is the reality for many Orang Asli women in remote areas in Malaysia.
Published on 12/07/2021
Making Food Farming Possible for the Orang Asliby Lauren Chew, Communications Officer, GPF Malaysia
Published on 07/07/2021
News: GPF Malaysia Supports Literacy and Vocational Training Among the Indigenous Orang Asli Community
by Ruhaishah Zulkifli
Published on 04/05/2021
By Lauren Chew
Published on 29/03/2021
Few families in Rantau Panjang village of rural Malaysia own generators to power their everyday appliances, especially at night. Many families have to rely on kerosene lamps and candles for light in the evenings after the sunsets.
Published on 25/03/2021
By Emiko Perea
Published on 19/01/2021
By Emiko Perea
Published on 12/01/2021
It has truly been an honor working with you this year.
Published on 23/12/2020
“I believe God purposely created us in different races, different areas…God aims to teach us to work together. If you are able to work together, then it becomes meaningful to live. God has created the world, created us, not only for one race, one religion or one group.
Published on 17/11/2020