Celebrating life, heritage, and memory on the Malaysia Railway The story of the railways is the story of Malaysia. It is the steel thread that binds all of our unique histories and cultures together. Projek Keretapi Kita celebrates our living heritage by documenting it- what the line is like today, how it is remembered, and […]
About Suara Suara Community Filmmaking brings community stories from Borneo, as told by the people who live them. This exclusive session brings 10 short films featuring the faces, places and heart of Sabah’s rural communities. Meet the local and indigenous filmmakers of the Suara Community Filmmaking family and get to know them and their stories.
The Finnish Experience The foremost authority of Finnish education, Mr Heinone speaks about Finland’s strategies, vision and way forward in preparing children for the 21st century. This series is a collaboration between Yayasan Hasanah, BFM Edge and the Finnish Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
Under the National River Care Fund (NRCF), we take a look at how Community-Based Organisations lead their own river conservation. This series is a collaboration between Hasanah & it’s partner, Global Environment Centre.
From the everyday Kuih Ketayap, to the not too commonly found Apam Sua, leading to the endangered Serak Jagung and Kacau Keledek, we would like to share with you Projek KWIH at our first Ilmu Hasanah 2018. Projek KWIH is aimed to preserve heritage of endangered kuih on a nationwide basis by identifying respective domain […]
For more than 20 years, in the course of his studies on A. R. Wallace, Dato’ Sri Lord Cranbrook has been progressively sifting through collections of vertebrates in different institutions, mainly in UK national Natural History museums in Liverpool, South Kensington and Tring (for birds) to discover and authenticate Malaysian specimens.
Malaysia has in recent years seen unprecedented levels of natural disasters, primarily floods as well as the unexpected earthquake in Sabah causing the need for increased resources for responses to meet the needs of survivors. In the wake of these disasters, particularly the floods of 2014/2015 which saw 160,000 evacuees during its peak, more and […]
Moving away from the traditional grant trajectory, the day-long sessions helped partners explore innovative alternate mechanisms, platforms and avenues that non-profits could use to fundraise, scale up their organisations or better deliver impact. This particular event brought in 10 speakers covering a range of mechanisms including crowdfunding, social outcome funds, social impact bonds, accelerators etc. […]
Alvin Ung is the author of four books including Together: Finding Purpose at the Intersection of Me+We, where he traveled to 10 Asian countries to study how 100+ leaders harnessed the power of purpose to transform people, places and the planet. Twice named as a Fellow at Khazanah Nasional, his writings have been published by […]
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The first observance was in 1908 when 15,000 women marched through New York City demanding voting rights, better pay, and shorter working hours. The 1910 International Woman’s Conference then suggested 8 March to become […]