Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has

Our Impact

Today, over 2000 children and youth across Malaysia have experienced learning through our various programmes and initiatives since our inception in 2016. There’s still plenty more to be done. With the world’s rapidly shifting landscape, new sets of challenges and opportunities for positive change continue to arise – and with it, the need to equip our children and youth with the right skills and values to navigate their way successfully toward the future. We are continuously scaling and exploring ways to improve the way we do things in order to make this happen

Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. It matters that you don’t just give up 

Our Media Coverage

The Chumbaka (tech) programme develops my children’s analytical, trouble-shooting and problem solving skills; they’re also becoming more focused and confident.

It’s a nice balance because the programme also allows them to express themselves freely; come up with silly & creative ideas and encourage them to think outside the box – all while learning important fundamentals
Vivian Tan
Chumbaka offers a structured platform for my children to appreciate the role of technology in their lives, how it works and how to use them; all while developing essential life skills.

They’re now more tech-savvy and are able to code and programme at an early age
Michelle Stephanie Lim
The best way is with hands-on learning as it has a higher retention rate and exposes learners to the inner workings of something that can't be effectively taught through theory alone.

In addition, a teacher or guide is best to have to convey information to students as nothing beats the human touch. This will also ensure that the knowledge learnt is correct
Ilyas Yahya Ngu Sook-An
I learnt how to do coding on different platforms, solve problems using tech, modify and upcycle things around us using simple wiring and coding, and most importantly, I also learnt how to express my own ideas without feeling insecure; thanks to the guidance from mentors and friends
Andrea Ong
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