Empowering communities, aim for long-term sustainable development and see ourselves as partners to the local church and the people we are serving.
The Malaysian CARE story is simple yet big in dreams. Sometime in the late 1970s, a group of young Christians were inspired to put their faith into action.
A sustainable agriculture and community education research, demonstration and training facility started in 2007 in Chenderiang.
Lending resource centre cater for families of children with special needs. In that sense, our Toy Library also acts as a Parent Resource Centre.
We conduct Financial Literacy Programmes (FLP), to empower the poor by helping them to understand and manage their finances.
Bumblebee is a 2-tonne truck equipped with a variety of resources for both urban and rural poor communities
I came out of prison and now I can give back to society, because society gave me a lot.”
…when the opportunity came for Mark to return to study, it filled him with hope.
I’m so happy now because my mother asked to meet me! I banked in money to her and for the first time, she accepts it.”