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As part of the government’s effort to raise awareness and support social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, MaGIC has been mandated to support the sector through a dedicated social entrepreneurship unit and fund of RM20 million.
The Amplify Awards are a platform to highlight and support high growth potential social enterprises and help them pilot or scale their ideas.
Epic Homes focuses on building relationships between the urban and rural divide through the activity of building homes for underprivileged Malaysians.
Mabul Skills Project trains long-term unemployed youth on Mabul Island basic skills such as English, Malay, Chinese and Math, and hospitality to help them gain employment in the hospitality industry.
Makanlah partners long-term unemployed youth with a celebrity chef to teach them to cook healthy, affordable food and train them to be food entrepreneurs.
Tonibung brings cost-effective, sustainable resource management solutions to under-served rural indigenous communities in the Malaysian states.
Arus Academy teaches STEM and 21st century skills like coding to underserved schools.
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And the rest of MaGIC's Social Entrepreneurship unit!Visit Social Entrepreneurship