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FUNDERS & PARTNERS
TECH Outreach Funders since 2004 :
- UNHCR Malaysia
- UNDP Sri Lanka
- Khazanah Nasional Malaysia
- Development Fund Norway
- PERMA Malaysia
- Robert Bosch (M) Sdn Bhd, Penang
- MEPS Malaysia
- UEM Malaysia
- Individual Donors
- Anonymous Donors
- Senator Waytha Moorthy
TECH Outreach Collaborators / Partners
TECH Outreach has collaborated with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to serve communities irrespective of race, religion, colour, belief and location. Below are the organizations TECH worked with:-
1) UNDP Sri Lanka (2003 to 2005)
Entrepreneurship training to women entrepreneurship in the North East of Sri Lanka
2) Centre for Women’s Development and Rehabilitation (CWDR) in North East Sri Lanka (2003 to 2005)
Rehabilitate women who had lost their husbands and families due to war by helping them to venture into entrepreneurship
3) UNHCR Malaysia (2009 – 2010)
Funds to sustain UNHCR Refugees from various countries to initiate small business ventures
To provide training and funding for Single Mothers from Malaysia
4) City & Guild – offers training in hotel industry
TECH Collaborated with UNHCR & City & Guild to provide training to suitable refugees to work in the hotel industry
TECH Outreach collaborated with Befrienders and UNHCR to offer counseLling services to refugees in 2 languages, namely Tamil and Malay. The communities who will benefit from this are Sri Lankan and Myanmar Refugees.
6) Art of Living Society
TECH Outreach worked with the Art of Living Society to provide yoga and meditation techniques to help rejuvenate individuals. It is hoped that the techniques learnt will help the refugees live a more balanced and “wholesome” life.
7) Yayasan Hasanah under Khazanah Nasional Malaysia
TECH Outreach Malaysia has been receiving a grant from Yayasan Hasanah Malaysia every year since 2014 to help initiate small business ventures for women headed households in Selangor. The women receive loans of no more than RM 2000.00 to start a small business venture, and receive training on entrepreneurship management skills to help them succeed and sustain their businesses.
8) Brickfields Asia College (BAC)
BAC, under the patronage of Mr. Raja Singham, has been supporting the education of women headed households who receive loans under TECH, to help these women enhance their business skills. TECH and BAC work closely together to help enhance the entrepreneurship and business skills of the B40 in Selangor.
9) Senator Waytha Moorthy contributed RM7,000.00 to TECH as Bantuan Covid-19 which was utilised for purchases of food items for 70 beneficiaries.