Develop Rural Families Sustainably
Help Poverty-Struggling Rural Communities in Kota Belud, Sabah Live Sustainably for a Brighter Future
Challenges in the Rural Communities
Our On Going Community Work
Gravity water systems provide rural communities with a free and natural water supply. No longer needing to harvest water, families can sustainably use the connection for their daily needs and farming.
Farming for Food Security
Rural families are empowered with the skills, tools and knowledge to sustainably farm for their own fresh food at home – In the long-term, reducing hunger while protecting the environment.
Children and their families can safely travel within their villages without worrying about being hurt. Repaired suspension bridges help to keep children safe and in school, in hopes of a brighter sustainable future.
Sustainable Living Empowerment
Rural farmers and women are empowered to reach their full potential in Farming and Business. With the means to become independent entrepreneurs, villagers achieve sustainable livelihoods for their families.
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Through our continuous charitable campaigns in rural Sabah, your donation will empower families in breaking the cycle of poverty
Our Media Highlights
Kota Belud villagers risk injuries, death as battered bridge becomes lifeline
Mah Sing Foundation receives ‘Best of the Best’ award at JCI Malaysia Sustainable Development Award 2021
The Programme Empowers Kota Belud Women with the Business Skills and Knowledge to Succeed and Improve Livelihoods
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty through Sustainable Solutions
About Us - Hopes Malaysia has been working to empower and uplift rural Sabah communities since 2016 via sustainable community development projects. With over 6 years of experience in the area, our CSO has made a meaningful difference in the lives of more than 10,000 in rural communities from over 12 villages in Kota Belud, Sabah. From basic needs to sustainable living, all aiming to break the cycle of poverty.