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Cycle 7

 

Ongoing

October 2021 - Februari 2023

8 community grants

River care community grant

PERTUBUHAN KEBAJIKAN AMAL KOMUNITI HILIR PERAK

Location:

Perak River 

Dataran Sungai Perak, Durian Sebatang, Teluk Intan, Perak

Project Title:

Friends of Perak River

Project Output:

This project aims to transform Dataran Sungai Perak into a vibrant area with great facilities for people to enjoy.

 

Kick-started in October 2021, the organisation has conducted 

  • regular clean-ups, collecting an estimated total of 940 kg of rubbish as of 9 January 2022. 

  • beautification activities including painted colourful pillars and planted more than 100 trees for landscaping. 

  • signboard installation to increase awareness through creative messages

  • participation in webinars and forum

 

The result of their hardwork has earned the organisation an Appreciation Certificate by the Department of Irrigation and Drainage Hilir Perak District. 
 

FAKULTI SAINS BUMI, UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN KAMPUS JELI 

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Location:

Sungai Keding

Jeli, Kelantan

Project Title:

Sayangi Sungai dan Alam Sekitar 

(Love Our River and the Environment)

Project Output:

The project’s objective is to raise awareness and instil love and care towards rivers amongst elementary school students. 
 

The project successfully published the “Sungai Sahabatku” book which aims to educate everyone on how to care and maintain the rivers. Teachers and selected students who have shown keen interest through a series of environmental programmes were actively involved in the development of the book from write-up to sketches. 
 

Get the book HERE!

Water Watch Penang

Location:

Sungai Ara

Taman Jajar, Sungai Ara, Bayan Lepas in Penang

Project Title:

River Monitoring and Conservation Through Community Empowerment

Project Output:

This project aims to provide river care awareness and empower local students and community on river monitoring. The organisation successfully conducted River Monitoring and Conservation through Community Empowerment programme at Water Watch Penang (WWP) River Information and Education Centre in Penang. They also conducted an online Care for Our Water & River programme with school and university students. A total of 87 participants were empowered through these activities.

KEBUN KOMUNITI KRT PPR BERINGIN

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Location:

Jinjang River

PPR Beringin in Kuala Lumpur

Project Title:

KRT PPR BERINGIN Lake Ranger & Community Garden 

Project Output:

The project activity centered around managing a community garden established near the PPR Beringin housing area. The garden grows various types of herbs and vegetables such as Brazilian spinach. Other activities conducted conducted include:

  • Produced Brazillian Spinach chips and eggplant crispy chips. 

  • Collected used cooking oil and bottles from residents, community members and shop owners regularly for recycling.

  • Established  Tunas Jiran Muda Tadika at Tadika Perpaduan A, B, C PPR Beringin

WATER RESEARCH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY GROWTH (WAREG) 

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Location:

Universiti Malaysia Perlis

Project Title:

Young Hydrological Scientist (YHS)

Project Output:

This project aims to expose Standard 6 primary school students on water quality testing and to increase their awareness on the importance of maintaining river water quality through Young Hydrological Scientist (YHS) programme. A total of 50 students from 3 schools were identified and chosen to participate in the event, at their own respective schools. 

Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan BUNTONG

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Location:

Ipoh, Perak

Project Title:

River care: In the new norms from school

Project Output:

The project aims to increase awareness among students on the importance of clean river and empower students on planning and designing awareness campaign for the environment. The school has conducted various students-based activities including organising digital awareness campaign, online quiz,  newscaster competition as well as decked their corridor with information on river care.

ALLIANCE OF RIVER THREE 

Location:

Sungai Klang

Mid Valley River Three Park

Project Title:

PolliNature! 

Project Output:

Alliance of River Three has been successfully organising weekly Gotong Royong Education By Action (GREduAction!) for few years. To attract the interests and increase participation from the general population of Taman Melawati, PolliNature! was introduced to create awareness and educate the importance of biodiversity conservation and pollination. Activities being conducted include:

 

  • Launched a PolliNature! webpage, nursery and distributes PolliNature! kits to those participated in their activities. A total of 139 participants signed up for the PolliNature! project.

  • Hosted quarterly online competitions and organise online PolliNature! Exhibition.

  • Collaborated with nearby stalls and food courts to implement proper waste management in the area. 

SCHOOL OF DENTAL SCIENCES,

Universiti Sains Malaysia 

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Location:

Sungai Pangkalan Datu

USM Health Campus, Kubang Kerian, Kelantan

Project Title:

Trash for Treasure (T4T)

Project Output:

A group of students and lecturers established a CAMPUS Ranger Programme at USM Health Campus to raise awareness about best waste management and reduce wastes end up in the landfill. 


Through the programme, a total of 241 kg of recyclables items from three collection cycles. The programme also extended to the cleaning contractors of the campus, collecting over 1,700 kg recyclables in five collection cycles. 


They also collaborated with two primary schools which GEC provided Training of Trainers (ToT) on the zero-waste concept through the 4R2C approach to 11 teachers and 30 students from both schools. The schools were then provided with 4 units of Smartbin.

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