Kalyani Puspangathan – Creating a hunger free community

I grew up in Sri Lanka and a distinct memory I have of my home is that our front door was always open. My father, who was a businessman, was constantly receiving people at our…


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Sandra Ellackany – Conscious Consumerism as A Way of Life

Growing up in Egypt, I wanted to be a vet. I loved animals and thought that would be a great job. Till I had to dissect a frog in school and nearly passed out which put an end to…


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Elvina Fernandez – Recycling and Repurposing as a Way of Life

I grew up in a large family that included my grandparents, uncles, and aunties, all living under the same roof. The one thing they all had in common was their resourcefulness. I…


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Jiak Woen Khor – Helping a Refugee Child Pursue his Dream

This is Murtaza Ramuzi, a 16-year-old Afghan refugee. A group of us soccer moms at my son’s football club in KL support him. Murtaza is a gifted footballer who played in the…


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K Mariama Krishnan – Empowering young girls and boys to be the change they wish to see

From a young age, my parents taught me that being an instrument of change and having the desire to make a difference in someone’s life, without any gender and status disparity is…


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