In the 2019 Global Hunger Index, Malaysia ranks 57th out of 117 qualifying countries. With a score of 13.1, Malaysia suffers from a level of hunger that is moderate.
Society has rather less awareness about global problems like people in the third world country is suffering from hunger. Other than that, there's a lot of homeless people in Perak who are suffering from hunger. Although NGOs and government had been taking action to solve this problem, the hunger problem is still not thoroughly decreased and solved. People are lacking awareness, attitude, and actions towards the hunger problem.
Our objective is to raise awareness in Perak, and influence the community to join the force in serving the kindness towards the people suffering from hunger.
Our key activities throughout the 6-week social project:
1st Hunger Ranger / Zero Hunger Day
- We have partnered with Pay It Forward Ipoh which is a team of dedicated people who feed 50 homeless on the streets of Ipoh every Saturday night.
- Together with like-minded people, we carry out food distribution to the homeless by cooking and food packaging.
2nd Hunger Ambassador
- To create a food station to ensure the hunger people have a sustainable food supply after the project
-Conduct talks/campaigns to raise awareness about hunger issues and the importance of not wasting food among school communities.
At the end of this project, we wish to achieve:
Goal 1 - Project preparation and materials. Amount Needed: MYRRM 3455
Goal 2 - Transportation (in Perak area). Amount Needed: MYRRM 2545
Goal 3 - Donation to Hunger. Amount Needed: MYRRM 3000
Raised of MYR 9,000.00 target.
Backgroud of this organazation!
AIESEC is the world's largest non-profit youth-run organization. It is an international non-governmental not-for-profit organisation that provides young people with leadership development, cross-cultural global internships, and volunteer exchange experiences across the globe. The organization focuses on empowering young leaders to make a positive impact on society through actions.
AIESEC strives for Peace and Fulfilment of Humankind's Potential as an organisation.
In today’s context, ‘Peace’ does not necessarily mean only avoiding war. Peace can symbolise a world that does not have conflicts that arise from cultural, religious, or other aspects of differences in humanity. Peace can also symbolise being in harmony with yourself. AIESEC strives to build a world where people can work towards their own understanding of peace while respecting and understanding the views of others.
Through Fulfilment of Humankind’s Potential, AIESEC strives for a world where people can be the best version of themselves.
We place our confidence in youth because they have the passion, dynamism and entrepreneurial spirit that are needed to shape the future. They have the responsibility to improve tomorrow by choosing who they will be today. Hence, AIESEC is a platform for young leaders to run projects that are aligned with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to ensure its relevance to the local community needs. We aim to be part of the solution for a betterment of Malaysia.