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Beating Hunger

This packet of “mixed rice” as how we, Malaysians would call it may seem like an ordinary meal. And most of us would not give much thought to how it affects the way we function on a daily basis or even the impact it has on us. As part of my work, I frequent public schools across the Klang Valley where we run character building and mentorship programs.  I’m at a school canteen and I can...

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By Huay Phing | Head of Youth and Development
2 years 9 months ago

Will You Be My Mentor?

Since Generasi Gemilang started the homework guidance program (Pusat Bimbingan Pelajar or PBP) in an urban poor community 4 years ago, many youth from the community had went from 'E' (fail) to 'D' (pass) to 'A' (distinction) in their Mathematics and English. This wouldn't be possible without volunteers who give their time and attention to the community youth. This year, as we have more youth...

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By Shu Ling | Communications
2 years 9 months ago

The Changed School

Hidden between the exit from Bandar Utama to Tropicana lies the infamous school with an inspiring story of being transformed from a failing school to one where parents are fighting to put their children into. This is the story of the transformed school, SMK Tropicana. Back in 2013, Daniel Tan our founder was driving around Generasi Gemilang (GG)'s office area one day when he stumbled upon SMK...

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By Shu Ling | Communications
2 years 9 months ago

The Single Mother

Misha is one of the many single mothers living in PPR Taman Putra Damai, a community located in Lembah Subang. Being a single mother, a lot of responsibility rests on her shoulders to provide & care for her family of 2 teenage daughters. She would rely on sewing to bring in money for her family, but would only get by every month with barely anything in her savings. Misha first came into...

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By Shu Ling | Communications
2 years 9 months ago

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