Education

raising our nation’s education standards

83 Trust School across 10 states

8.3% average increase in SPM Gred Purata Sekolah for 75% of schools that had completed the 5-year Trust School Programme cycle

3.1% increase in UPSR passing rate

102.8% average increase in holistic development of students through co-curricular activities

reducing educational inequalty

84% principals rated Teach For Malaysia fellows as effective

78 fellows in 29 secondary schools, impacting 11,700 students in 2017

47% from 2016 Cohort stayed on as teachers in schools

66% of 299 Teach For Malaysia alumni are involved in education, social development, sector and student empowerment initiatives

NURTURING TOMORROW’S LEADERS

110 scholarships awarded in 2017

Since 2006, 756 Yayasan Khazanah scholarships have been awarded:

  • 341 Khazanah Global Scholarship
  • 170 Khazanah Watan Scholarship
  • 157 Khazanah Asia Scholarship
  • 88 Khazanah Bestari Scholarship

CONNECTING RURAL SCHOOLS TO CORPORATE MALAYSIA

94% school satisfaction rate on PINTAR School Adoption Programme

177 schools adopted by corporate members

539 number of schools adopted (2008-2017)

COMMITTED TO GRADUATE RETRAINING AND PLACEMENT

RM78.1 m spent and 4,220 graduates trained in 2017

9,380 total graduates trained to date

Community Development

DOING GOOD DEEDS FOR THE BENEFIT OF OTHERS

Hari Hasanah
Over 100 initiatives across Malaysia, impacting a total of 20,000 people

Hasanah Bersama Rakyat (HBR)
An outreach programme in the spirit of Hari Hasanah. HBR events were held in Iskandar Puteri, Johor; Santubong, Sarawak; Jeli, Kelantan;and Jerlun, Kedah, impacting a total of over 20,000 people

Alleviating Poverty, Improving Lives

Total Beneficiaries Impacted

93 adults
58 youths
121 children

  • Income increase 30%
  • UPSR 83.7% passing rate
  • PT3 50% improved grades

Income generating skills training to improve skill sets of non-academical inclined youths

25 scholars employed in related industry as a junior machinist within one (1) month after completion of training with minimum gross income of RM1,100

Orphancare (OC) (Civil Society Partner Organisation)

Supporting orphans and abandoned babies, and the ‘Deinstitutionalisation of Children’ (DI):

  • 13 children successfully reintegrated with their families
  • 14 out of 47 women decided to keep their babies
  • 163 abandoned babies matched with adoptive parents (2011-2017)
  • 114 parents and individuals attended training on parenting
  • 100 civil society and government participants attended the Deinstitutionalisation (DI) conference/workshop

Arts, Heritage and Culture (AHC)

connecting the artistic and cultural community

22,000 visitors of Arteri website since April 2016 to date

promoting arts, heritage and cultural awareness in early age education

Access of AHC education provided to 156 marginalised children through Alam Kreatif

Public Spaces

safe, inclusive and accessible public spaces

Total ongoing and completed projects (January 2015 – December 2017):

410 projects encompassing Placemaking, Arts, Heritage & Culture, Research, Advocacy, Capacity Building and Inclusive Spaces

2 Conservation Management Plans completed

  • Fort Cornwallis
  • Muzium Negara

1 Urban Regeneration Plan completed:

Butterworth Baharu Plan

creating Safe playing fields in urban neighbourhoods

2 courts were completed in 2017, in PPR Kampung Baru Air Panas and PPR Seri Semarak, Kuala Lumpur.

This brings the total number of Cruyff Courts in Malaysia to 4 courts, developed by Yayasan Hasanah in collaboration with the Johan Cruyff Foundation

Knowledge

Evidence-based research

Organised 1 Public Talk ‘Housing as Habitat: A Case of Marker Failure or Institutional Limitation’

Launched 2 reports:

  • Building Social Capital: The Georgetown Experiment
  • Why Trade Matters Series: Trade Issues in Non-Communicable Diseases, Essential Medicines and Education

Environment

PROMOTE MANAGEMENT OF BIODIVERSITY AND WATER RESOURCES

6 organisations selected and awarded direct seed grants based on applications from public

4 success stories posted on GEC website by June 17

3 organisations selected and awarded small grants based on training conducted

PROMOTING ECOLOGICAL SUSTAINABLE CO-EXISTENCE

27 community leaders participated in 4 capacity building sessions

12 villagers elected to the Governance Council for Babagon

Engaged 14 government agencies

CONSERVING RAIN FOREST, FRESH WATER AND MARINE ECOSYSTEM

Engaged 72 stakeholders to develop and operationalise roadmap for the Marine Resource Management Plan

70% of the 0.83 tons daily waste on Mantanani Island are made of compostable organic materials

Alternate live hood training for 17 local islanders as Eco Friendly Snorkel guides

Khazanah Americas Inc

Khazanah Americas Inc, which was opened in 2013, helps to faciliate investments in the Americas which are of strategic interest to Khazanah, its investee companies, and Malaysia in general. Located in San Francisco, a premier hub for innovation and technology, the office provides Khazanah with the platform to better evaluate opportunities in the global technology sector.

DELIVERING BENEFITS TO STAKEHOLDERS

Khazanah’s mandate goes beyond value creation in the financial and strategic spheres. We are also tasked with delivery of societal returns, as part of our role in helping Malaysia to achieve developed nation status with a high-income, sustainable and inclusive economy.

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