Impian Malaysia espouses the ideals of 'Malaysian Malaysia' – a Malaysia for all regardless of gender, age, race and religion. We believe that by encouraging volunteerism and community involvement, we can foster a sense of unity and solidarity among Malaysians, and instill the spirit of nation-building especially among the younger generation.
Gravity-feed water systems provide running water to communities which have no access to piped water.
We increase accessibility for these communities by repairing and building basic roads (jeep track), jetties and bridges.
We improve the community's shared common facilities by building communal toilets and even a Rumah Gawai so that they can enjoy a better standard of living.
Micro-hydro projects will generate electricity, which will enable them to have a better standard of living.
Education camps, community libraries and learning centres are just some of our initiatives to empower them, particularly the younger generation.
We organise health camps in areas that lack access to basic medical facilities and healthcare, as part of our service to society.
We offer micro-credit facilities to uplift their economic situation, by encouraging and training them to start village enterprise projects such as making handicrafts for sale.
We have completed 30 projects since the launch of our campaign in September 2013. Our projects take place mainly in the rural interior areas, which are accessible only by 4WD or boats.
"Click on the icons to find out more about each projects"
Work with us. Contribute your energy and skills. Learn about the local culture and be a part of the change you wish to see in our country. All the funds we raise are directly channeled into the projects. Volunteers are required to pay for their own travel expenses, as well as a contribution fee which covers logistic arrangements, insurance, food and accommodation. For more information, click here.Be A Volunteer
We need funds to run our projects, particularly in the rural communities in Sabah and Sarawak as these areas still lack the most basic amenities and facilities.
A gravity-feed water system costs RM20k and can provide an entire village clean running water. A basic road -- costing RM10k-RM20k depending on its length -- can greatly enhance the standard of living for the villagers.
Impian Malaysia projects are carried out gotong-royong style involving both villagers and volunteers. The funds we collect go directly into the project and not to contractors.
Your contribution is important to us and will make a big difference in the lives of many marginalised communities.
To view our financial report, click here
Cheques can be posted to:
Impian Malaysia Campaign
Jalan Yew off Jalan Pudu,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-9200 5000
Maybank account: "DAP Malaysia" - 5141 7814 5866
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