Organisations

Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB)

Malaysia

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PO Box 10687
50722 Kuala Lumpur

The aims and objectives of MAB are to help visually impaired persons to overcome their visual problems; to prepare them for a vocation; to secure gainful employment and to be independent; to upgrade their quality of life and provide opportunities for full integration; to inform and create public awareness of the needs and capabilities of persons with visual impairment; and to help prevent blindness. The resource centre is open to public

World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA)

Malaysia

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PO Box 1200
10850 Penang

The World Alliance for Breast feeding Action (WABA) is a global network of individuals & organisations concerned with the protection, promotion & support of breast feeding worldwide.  WABA action is based on the Innocenti Declaration, the Ten Links for Nurturing the Future and the Global Strategy for Infant & Young Child Feeding. WABA is in consultative status with UNICEF & an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC).

Asia Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organisations (APCASO)

Malaysia

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12 Jalan 13/48A
The Boulevard Shop Office off Jalan Sentul
51000 Kuala Lumpur

APCASO is a network of non-government and community-based organisations that provide HIV/AIDS services within the Asia Pacific region. Together with AfriCASO (Africa), EuroCASO (Europe), LACCASO (Latin America and the Caribbean), and NACASO (North America), APCASO is part of the International Council of AIDS Service Organisations (ICASO). APCASO promotes the responses of non-governmental community-based AIDS organisations to the global challenge of HIV/AIDS, with particular emphasis on strengthening the response in communities with few resourses and within affected communities

Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW)

Malaysia

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Ground Floor, Block G
Anjung Felda, Jalan Maktab
54000 Kuala Lumpur

ARROW's goal is an improvement in women's health status and in women's exercising of their rights in Asia-Pacific towards the vision of women being better able to define and control their lives. ARROW's objectives are to: Provide practical information and resource materials to strengthen initiatives to re-orientate health, population and reproductive health policies and programmes with women's perspectives and gender analysis, particularly within the context of the Cairo and Beijing conferences. Improve the capacity of women NGOs in Asia-Pacific to influence health, population and family planning organisations at national, regional and international levels. Facilitate the generation and utilisation of new information and analyses on policies, programmes and organisations related to women's health through collaborative monitoring and research. ARROW has a resource centre that is open to the public.

Pacos Trust

Malaysia

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PO Box 511
89507 Penampang
Sabah

The PACOS trust is a community-based organisation based in Sabah in Malaysia. It aims to improve the quality of life of the indigenous communities in the region through strengthening community organisations, strengthening indigenous knowledge systems and natural resource management, and improving early childhood care and development. The trust runs a variety of programmes, one being on community early childhood care and development. They run yearly training sessions for indigenous pre-school teachers on how to run a community pre-school. This programme also constantly re-evaluates the indigenous learning curriculum so that it is appropriate to the needs of the community

UNICEF Malaysia

Malaysia

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United Nations Children’s Fund
Wisma UN, Block C, 2nd Floor
Kompleks Pejabat Damansara
Jalan Dungun, Damansara Heights
50490 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

UNICEF collaborates with Malaysian partners in government, corporations or civil society organisations and are honoured to be part of Malaysia's journey to improve the lives of its children while developing the nation

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