• ALAM and Perak State Parks Corporation (PSPC) collaborated with multiple partners on this program, with the common goal of empowering indigenous women to have a direct contribution to the indigenous community, as well as the continuation of education and infusion of environmental conservation among indigenous children.
  • This project aims to train indigenous women from Kampung Orang Asli in Royal Belum, Perak as educators and target indigenous children between 4 and 6 years old to register in this children’s early education program.
  • This project is making a significant impact on the indigenous community in Royal Belum. It focuses on continuing education and fostering environmental conservation awareness among indigenous children in Royal Belum to protect their homeland.
  • Instill confidence and enjoyment of learning in the children in the hope that more indigenous children will complete school, pursuing primary and secondary school, and that some of them will go on to college and university and return as educated indigenous graduates to serve the community and be guardians of their land, forest, and ecosystem in the future.
  • The selected indigenous women will be able to earn an income and pursue a career as educators.
PartnersPerak State Park Corporation (PSPC)
Target Group
  • Adults (Indigenous community)
  • Children (Indigenous community)
SDG AlignmentGoals 1,4,5,13,14 & 15
Timeline36 Months + national rollout upon successful implementation