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Sunway Group has been packing meals to alleviate hunger among underprivileged communities in Malaysia, Cambodia and Timor Leste through the Rise Against Hunger campaign since 2014.. The Orang Asli in Kampung Sekam, Perak, is one of the beneficiaries of the CSR initiative..
A total of 7,000 packs of bubur lambuk will be distributed in various locations in Penang, Johor, Selangor and Kuala Lumpur..
Malaysia’s official poverty rate dropped to 0.4% in 2016 from 0.6% in 2014.. But researchers argue that the figure is conservative and does not accurately reflect the reality on the ground..
China’s largest e-commerce platform by revenue has been practising sustainability as part of its long-term business strategy since its inception. JD.com invested more than RM 605 million into the Green Steam Initiative where consumers are incentivised for choosing recyclable packaging for their orders. Corporate partners are engaged to promote recycled packaging across the supply chain.
Growing economic inequality gives rise to social unrest, hinders economic growth and prevents poverty reduction. Current economic model has to be challenged by the people and rethought by the government. Deepak Xavier believes society has the power to fight injustices of poverty and inequality.
Yayasan Islam Darul Ehsan (YIDE)’s social enterprise project was kick-started with the presentation of 1,000 bars of repurposed soap by Sunway’s hotel division. The Soapful project is a collaboration with Ecolab Sdn Bhd, Kinder Soaps Sdn Bhd and the Selangor Youth Community (SAY) with His Highness, Tengku Amir Shah gracing the launch event. The project intends to help in removing soap waste from landfills, reduce cost of the orphanage home, and cultivate meaningful business skills.
Sunway Group blesses the poor and marginalised with its biggest Raya Cheer celebration yet
Sunway-Oxbridge Essay Competition 2017 received significantly more entries compared to the previous numbers. This year’s topic required the students to share their vision and the roles they play for TN50. The competition was a platform for Sunway Group in realizing Sustainable Development Goal 4.
Sunway Group’s ‘Back to School’ programme gave out school supplies to 850 students in SMK Bandar Sunway and SK Bandar Sunway, its adopted schools, as part of its pledge to #SunwayForGood
Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah AO believes the 17 Sustainable development goals can be achieved if every stakeholder work together with passion and determination.
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