“SUKA Society’s work is grounded on respect for human dignity, and boldly inspires others to follow suit. For these reasons, the United Nations Malaysia Award 2015 is being presented to SUKA Society.”

United Nations Malaysia Award 2015
Promoting Inclusive Development

“I wanted to do whatever I could to create more opportunities for them.”

 

The Orang Asli children have the same right to an education that every child should have. Sadly, this is often impossible. Through our Empowered2Teach programme, we can help equip indigenous teachers like Dinah, and therefore give these children the equal opportunity to succeed.

"Despite my best efforts, I was constantly abused"

Trafficking is a huge problem in Malaysia. Often it is easy to forget that each of the thousands of victims exploited like Intan is an individual with their own story of trauma. It is only by calling attention to this issue that we can hope to prevent others from having a similar story.

"We returned home to find my grandmother cut into pieces."

Often there is a lot of negativity surrounding refugees. However, through Raj’s story as well as countless others, it is possible to see that these people are victims, and had no other alternative. Changing the attitude towards refugees by raising awareness of their needs is necessary so that families like Raj’s can receive help.

Support us!

As a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, we are dependent on public support. Any amount of regular donations will help us help children in need.

“SUKA Society’s work is grounded on respect for human dignity, and boldly inspires others to follow suit. For these reasons, the United Nations Malaysia Award 2015 is being presented to SUKA Society.”

United Nations Malaysia Award 2015
Promoting Inclusive Development

“I wanted to do whatever I could to create more opportunities for them.”

The Orang Asli children have the same right to an education that every child should have. Sadly, this is often impossible. Through our Empowered2Teach programme, we can help equip indigenous teachers like Dinah, and therefore give these children the equal opportunity to succeed.

"Despite my best efforts, I was constantly abused"

Trafficking is a huge problem in Malaysia. Often it is easy to forget that each of the thousands of victims exploited like Intan is an individual with their own story of trauma. It is only by calling attention to this issue that we can hope to prevent others from having a similar story.

"We returned home to find my grandmother cut into pieces."

Often there is a lot of negativity surrounding refugees. However, through Raj’s story as well as countless others, it is possible to see that these people are victims, and had no other alternative. Changing the attitude towards refugees by raising awareness of their needs is necessary so that families like Raj’s can receive help.

Support us!

As a non-governmental, non-profit prganisation, we are dependent on public support. Any amount if regular donations will help us help children in need.