Orang Asli Ministry
The Orang Asli Ministry aims to transform the underprivileged and poverty stricken orang asli communities into successful communities economically, socially and spiritually.
We are now supporting about 120 orang asli children to attend school while we also operate two tuition centres, providing personalised tuition to both pre-school, school going and school drop-outs children.
Our “Berdikari” programmes of chicken farming, vegetables farming, bakery skills, handicraft making and with more projects in the pipeline are helping them to be self-dependant.
Our medical team takes care of the health and hygiene issues, especially the head-lice and skin issues.
We need more volunteer drivers, teachers – both primary and secondary, music and handicraft teachers and farming skills.