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Persatuan Harapan Mulia

To inspire and empower less fortunate people via education & awareness.

Timothy Syndrome Alliance (TSA)

To improve the diagnosis, treatment and care of individuals worldwide with CACNA1C-related disorders, including Timothy Syndrome and LongQT8, and to support the families of those diagnosed.

Women Deliver

Women Deliver is a leading global advocate that champions gender equality and the health and rights of girls and women. Our advocacy drives investment—political and financial— in the lives of girls and women. We harness evidence and unite diverse voices to spark commitment to gender equality. And we get results. Anchored in sexual and reproductive health, we advocate for the rights of girls and women across every aspect of their lives.

MEDECINS DU MONDE

Founded in 1980, Medecins du Monde is an international medical solidarity NGO that works tirelessly to defend a fair and universal health care system. We are committed to providing care to the most vulnerable populations, to denouncing rejection, discrimination, and violations of human dignity and rights, and to campaigning for sustainable improvements in health policies for all.

Yayasan Dompet Dhuafa Republika

1. To become A Transformative Social Movement based on virtue values. 2. To shape an autonomus (self-relient) society through the economic development. 3. To actively involve in humanitarian movement through the global networking. 4. To build the transformative leadership with global competency. 5. To advocate policy in order to promote an equity. 6. To strengthten an internal capacity as a global institution through innovation, high quality service, transparency, accuntability, and independency .

Teach For Malaysia

To end education inequity in Malaysia so that one day all children Malaysia will have the opportunity to gain an excellent regardless of their socio-economic background. We do this by recruiting young professional or fresh graduates who've never thought to have a career in education to teach in government school for 2 years. We aspire to be Malaysia's education innovation accelerator and allow students to be leaders of their own learning and the future of the nation.

Persatuan Kebajikan Hope Worldwide Malaysia

Persatuan Kebajikan Hopew worldwide Malaysia Our work focuses on Health, Children, Education & Volunteerism Program. Our aim is to improve the lifestyle of needy families through quality healthcare and education aid with the support of our network of volunteers.

JA Asia Pacific Limited

JA Asia Pacific is a member of JA Worldwide, one of the world's largest youth-serving NGOs dedicated to preparing young people for employment and entrepreneurship. For 100 years, JA has delivered hands-on, experiential learning in work readiness, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship. We create pathways for employability, job creation, and financial success. Home to 60% of the world's youth, JA Asia Pacific aims to empower young people to benefit from the region's economic development and to create a positive impact in their lives and communities. The 18 members JA Asia Pacific network is powered by over 30,000 volunteers and mentors from all sectors of society, reaching more than 825,000 students around the region. Each year, the global JA network of over 465,000 volunteers serves more than 10 million students in over 100 countries.

Rise Against Hunger Malaysia

Rise Against Hunger Malaysia (formerly known as Stop Hunger Now Charitable Association) is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. Our mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-changing aid to the world's most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.

Leeds Beckett University

To ensure we use our knowledge and resources to make a positive and decisive difference to people, communities and organisations, with a vision to be an excellent, accessible, globally engaged University contributing positively to a thriving Northern economy.

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

RCSI: Leading the world to better health RCSI has been at the forefront of health education for over 230 years. A deep professional responsibility to enhance human health through endeavour, innovation and collaboration in education, research and service informs all that we do. Our ultimate purpose is to work in service of patients. Our role is to prepare healthcare professionals for the future, educating them within a world leading, pioneering learning environment that will enable them to thrive in complex clinical settings across the globe.

Foundation for the Rights of Disadvantaged Populations (dba APRRN)

APRRN is a network of more than 200 civil society organisations and individuals covering more than 30 countries in the Asia Pacific region. APRRN was formed in November 2008 at the first Asia Pacific Consultation on Refugee Rights (APCRR), held in Malaysia, in which representatives of 70 civil society organisations from 14 countries determined the necessity of establishing a coordinating entity to convene collaborative action and thus progress and advance refugee rights across the region. APRRN aims to advance the rights of refugees and other people in need of protection in the Asia Pacific region. APRRN is a collaborative movement which advances the rights of refugees and other people in need of protection-including refugees, people seeking asylum, torture survivors and complainants, trafficked persons, IDPs, stateless persons, migrants in vulnerable situations and returnees-in the Asia Pacific region so they may have equal and adequate access to assistance and protection, and to timely durable solutions. APRRN's Secretariat is a trusted advisor and crucial resource. We deliver the essential toolkit to facilitate joint, comprehensive and far-reaching refugee rights advocacy in the region, to ensure refugees, migrants and asylum seekers have access to equitable assistance, socioeconomic inclusion, protection and timely durable solutions. This includes delivering human rights capacity building; distributing emerging information regarding inclusion and human rights; convening forums and learning exchanges for members and non-members to facilitate essential discourse; sharing best practices; and engendering collaborative advocacy action to advance refugee rights in the Asia Pacific region. Advocacy conducted in silo is ineffective. APRRN facilitates cross-cultural collaboration and regional action of otherwise isolated human rights groups, galvanising and directing momentum to ensure the region is effectively, safely and collaboratively demanding action and thereby advancing the socioeconomic inclusion and equitable human rights of refugees and asylum seekers. APRRN's action is critical to ensure governments in Asia Pacific implement refugee rights legislation, to prevent and end severe violations of fundamental human rights such as immigration detention, Rohingya persecution and loss of life at sea. By working together as a regional network, our ability to hold national governments to account is magnified, and therefore we can achieve the greatest inclusive policy and legislative change to advance the equal rights of refugees and asylum seekers in the region. The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network is registered as a Foundation in Thailand, under the name Foundation for the Rights of Disadvantaged Populations, on the advice of legal professionals. In practice the two entities function as a singular body, the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network.