Community Partners of CBP
We have been particularly fortunate to develop partnerships with various outstanding community organisations. Our students have the opportunity to understand the functions of these organisations and needs, and also carry out a health promotion research project during their placement there.
If you are interested to be our partner, please contact us.
List of Organisations:
– Gives abandoned, neglected or homeless boys a safe home to keep them off the streets.
Alzheimer’s Disease Foundation Malaysia
– An organisation set up to promote awareness of Alzheimer's Disease in Malaysia, and to help dementia patients and their families.
Breast Cancer Welfare Association (BCWA)
– BCWA’s philosophy is that a volunteer or a breast cancer survivor can use her experience to help another woman recovering from breast cancer.
– A public safety project to create a national 24-hour phone service for children under 18 years who are in need of information, care and protection.
DAMAI Disabled Persons Association of Selangor & W.P. Malaysia
– An organisation run by the disabled with the primary objective of providing people with disabilities the necessary skills to be independent.
Dignity and Services
– An advocacy movement speaking and acting on behalf of and alongside persons with learning disabilities (intellectual disabilities).
Dyslexia Society of Malaysia
– The organisation aims to detect and provide aid to around 5%-15% of the total population who have dyslexia.
Emmanuel Care Centre
– Provides supplementary classes, social and educational support for children with intellectual disabilities.
Family Reproductive Health Association Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan
– Its aim is to educate Malaysians in family planning and responsible parenthood, promote and support effective family planning as well as sexual and reproductive health services.
– A safe haven for destitute women, providing basic necessities and wholesome activities.
– Provides palliative care to the community in Klang and the surrounding district.
Kechara Soup Kitchen
– Provides meals to the homeless and the poor in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysian AIDS Council
– Is committed to creating an environment free from the negative impacts of HIV/AIDS for Malaysia and her people.
Malaysian Association for the Blind
– An organization in Malaysia serving visually impaired persons. It provides services that help the blind and prevent the tragedy of avoidable blindness.
– An organization offering diversified services such as residential care and community services to the mentally ill, drug dependent, prisoners and disabled persons.
Malaysian Federation for the Deaf
– A self-help national coordinating body in Malaysia serving hearing impaired individuals.
National Cancer Society of Malaysia
– Dedicated to preventing cancer, saving the lives of those afflicted with cancer and improving the quality of life of those living with cancer through patient care and education.
National Kidney Foundation
– Strives to raise the standard of care given to kidney failure patients and others suffering from various kidney related diseases.
PERKOBP (Society of Families with Learning Difficulties)
– A society of family support groups for persons with learning difficulties. Their common aim is to equip special children with useful skills to achieve independent living.
– Provides HIV/AIDS education, care and support to the most affected populations and marginalized communities in Kuala Lumpur.
Pusat Jagaan San Pedro
– Provides shelter to children who have been orphaned, abandoned and abused.
Pusat Jagaan Sri Sai (Welfare Home for Boys)
– A centre for homeless boys which serves orphans, abandoned and underprivileged children from single parent families.
Sau Seng Lum Diabetes Care Centre
– Serves the health needs of the underprivileged.
Selangor Cheshire Home
– The home provides residential care for residents who are permanently disabled without means or resources.
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bandar Sunway
– A mainstream high school which also has classes and curriculum for students with learning disabilities.
Selangor and Federal Territory Association for Mentally Handicapped
– Also called Wisma Harapan, its primary aim is to provide education and training to mentally handicapped children and young adults.
Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor and Federal Territory
– Supports and assists parents with children suffering from cerebral palsy. Their activities include free transportation, education and various therapies such as physiotherapy and hydrotherapy.
Special Children Society of Ampang
– An education centre for disabled children. There are currently 60 children receiving the centre’s services.
– A day care centre for special children who are physically, visually and mentally disabled.
The National Autism Society of Malaysia
– Aims at providing education, help, care and protection for people with autism and their family members.
Ti-Ratana Welfare Society (Old Folks Home)
– A non-denominational organisation offering a wide scope of community services to underprivileged people.
Voice of the Children
– Advocates for and promotes law and policy reform to ensure that every child in Malaysia is protected and is no longer at risk of violation.
Women’s Aid Organisation
– An independent, non-religious, non-governmental organisation, committed to confronting violence against women.
Yayasan Chow Kit
– Protects the rights of all at-risk children and youth of Chow Kit and offers them a safe haven with meals, activities, therapy, case management, and educational programmes.