2020 Feb - The Setup of Tamu Kita Platform
Established in 2020, we created Tamu Kita to serve as a social enterprise platform to help the local underprivileged communities economically. This is achieved through the support of sustainable rural community development via small-scale farming projects.
Through this platform, not only are we are able to promote and distribute our villagers' produce to the public, but also assist them in improving their standard of living. Place an order with Tamu Kita today and we will deliver your fresh produce right to your doorstep!
2019 Jul - Fair Trading Program
Our second social economic program following the mushroom cultivation 2018. This program focuses on the improvement of socio-economic conditions for the rural community via creating fairer trading ground to improve their standard of living.
This program benefits over 50 families in 2 villages which produce almost 3,000 kg (per month) of produce to be delivered to Kota Kinabalu city area. We hope that with the continuous support and partnership with various vendors we are able to sustain and further expand this program in the rural community.
2019 Jun - Mega Scale Gravity Water Project
We are extending our footprint to more remote areas which will benefit over 3,000 villagers in 5 villages to fulfill community's basic needs. Majority of their existing gravity water systems were installed in the late 1970’s made of pvc and metal pipes. Most of the pipes are in poor states and in need to be rebuilt or restored. Therefore we are hoping to upgrade, rebuild and fix the gravity water system for these people.Upon the success of the 2019 mega scale water gravity project , this effort will continue to open up more opportunity in other part of community development such as sustainable farming project that focus addressing the next level of community needs.
2018 Oct - Mushroom Cultivation Project
In 2018, with new water system in place, Hopes Malaysia decided to further our development on phase 2 to improve socioeconomic for the community via mushroom cultivation project. Our objective in this project is to generate extra household incomes to the involved families and eventually reduce the dependency on corporate donors and NGOs assistance.
Up to date, Kampung Tudan's mushroom farm is steadily producing an average of 50 - 60kg weekly to serve Kota Kinabalu and Kota Belud's demand.
2018 Mar - Kampung Takulung Gravity Water Project
Hopes Malaysia successfully restored 3.5KM of water supply at Kampung Takulung by building a new and sustainable gravity water system for the village in March 2018. For more than a year the villagers had water supply problem due to worn-out and leaking pipes (low quality pipelines) which were buried underground.
In March 2018, Hopes Malaysia has led more than 100 volunteers from multiple local NGOs and corporate volunteers to build a water system which consists of 3.5KM of piping, 4 unit of new water tanks & new water tank base within 3 week time.
2017 Jul - Kampung Tudan Gravity Water Project
Hopes Malaysia's flagship project, restore clean water supply to over 200 villagers was supported by 8 local corporate partners that has come from different industries, including property developer, hotel industry, tourism industry, engineering and construction. This project successfully solved villager's long due water crisis that caused by geographical landscape, deforestation and earthquake debris.
In July 2017, Hopes Malaysia has led more than 200 volunteers from multiple local NGOs to build a water system which consists of, a water catchment, 2km of piping and a new water tank base within 3 week time.