The YSE KL Workshop 2017 kicks off with 36 youths from 15 social enterprises across Malaysia participating in a three-day programme designed to equip them with social entrepreneurial knowhow and networks.
CEO and Founder of Genius Minds International Sdn Bhd Mr Jacky Cheng (left) sharing his expertise on leadership development and the importance of understanding team dynamics to 36 Malaysian youths at the YSE KL Workshop 2017.
Malaysian youths representing social enterprises from various sectors participate in the YSE KL Workshop 2017, bonded by a shared vision to effectively solve social issues.
Dr Emma Rhule (left), Chief Operating Officer of Tandemic guiding YSE KL Workshop 2017 team Langit during her workshop on Impact Measurement where she shared how to apply key frameworks and tools.
Ms Rebecca Lim (right), Head of the SIF’s Our Better World, encouraging participants to share their views during her training workshop on storytelling and digital marketing campaigns.
YSE KL Workshop 2017 team FOLO Farm taking business advice from their assigned mentor (left) Mr Nicholas Chan, Director of Azione Capital Pte Ltd, during a business clinic session.
Dr Foo Yin Ah, Associate Professor in Sunway University Business School, shares his insights on the importance of being financially sustainable with budding Malaysian social entrepreneurs at the YSE KL Workshop 2017.
Team participants from Malaysian social enterprises Grub Cycle, Foodbike, FOLO Farms, and Our Optometrist exchange ideas on how to bring about sustainable impact through their respective work during the YSE KL Workshop 2017.
Panellists from Malaysia and Singapore share their experiences and views on what it takes for a social enterprise to scale up during the Global Goals Mixers networking session themed “Scaling Impact Beyond Borders”.
Judges arrive for the participants’ final pitching session on Day Three of the YSE KL Workshop 2017.
Participant Redza Shahid representing Grub Cycle, a social enterprise supermarket that seeks to reduce food wastage, presenting his pitch to the panel of judges on Day Three of the YSE KL Workshop 2017.
Winning team Langit, headed by Malaysian youths (left to right) Melisa Lim, Chian Yong Lin and Chen Le Leng, impressed judges with their winning pitch to bring economic empowerment to rural communities and smallholder farmers in Sabah and Sarawak through agricultural means.
36 Malaysian youths representing 15 social enterprise teams are now part of the regional Young Social Entrepreneurs 656-strong alumni network with access to over 100 institutional partners across nine global cities.
javascript


Back
9 January 2018
Celebrating Friendships for a Better World

SIF Connects! Singapore saw over 100 international participants rekindle longstanding ties with the Singaporean community while gaining new insights of the country’s culture and social innovation landscape.

2 January 2018
Working Together To Raise the Level of Teaching Mathematics & Science in Mumbai

Three-year SIF-Parikrma partnership kickstarts a scalable and sustainable collaboration between Singaporean and Indian primary school educators focusing on pedagogical and assessment methods.

6 December 2017
Growing and Enabling an Arts for Good Community

29 participants from around the world gathered in Singapore for a four-day programme to explore how the arts can shape an inclusive society for persons with disabilities.

28 December 2017
Minister Yaacob Ibrahim’s Visit to Water for Life Project in Siem Reap

Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information Dr Yaacob Ibrahim visited the Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF) Water for Life project in the Prasat Bakong district in Siem Reap on 30 November 2017. His visit, to see...

4 September 2017
Friends for a Better World

Through the lens of National Geographic, find out how our Citizen Ambassadors help to build a Better World.



Back to Top 
Site Map