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'The collective impact model, once a difficult concept to grasp is now a tangible collaboration ecosystem, taking shape in the Klang schools community. The biggest win for MCII is the relationships and trust built with all stakeholders especially the education department and the schools' leadership.
We have demonstrated that collaboration between funders is possible and recently showcased that it is possible to get the NGOs to collaborate too. I believe MCII can be an exmplary PPP social model in Malaysia.'
- Puan Sri Maimon Arif Patail on MCII
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Puan Sri Maimon Arif Patail is the CSR Director of Hap Seng Consolidated Berhad, a diversified public listed conglomerate. She is also a trustee of IJN Foundation. A visionary, Puan Sri Maimon's foresightful CSR values are portrayed through her continued support in MCII and sustainable efforts in Sabah which have shown great success in instilling collaboration. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy International Women's Day, from all of us here at MCII! Dedicated to the women on the ground who work hard everyday to provide education to our children - mothers, teachers, business leaders, government officers, social activists.
Also a big shout out to the strong and determined women who drive the impact and strategy of MCII. Little plans for the big planet!
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MCII is at the majestic Westports (M) Sdn.Bhd. today, bridging in Be Ed to create a virtual learning platform at Westports sites for our MCII school children, and all other Malaysian children!
Great project to increase the exposure and career awareness amongst our kids. ... See MoreSee Less
'Being a part of MCII is important to me because I worry for and about the generations coming up. I worry we are doing them a disservice by focusing them on areas that may no longer be relevant. Having a team of forward thinking passionate people constantly reinvigorates me and helps me with my own thinking on a silo level.
If we do not work together and make a commitment to transform our education system we will have generations of children who will drop out and the social ramifications of that. Furthermore, we have too many children who coast through the system unable to find their talents or passion. We need to work together to stem that. Public, civil and private change agents need to join hands.'
- Quek Sue Yian on MCII
Ms. Quek Sue Yian is the Executive Director of the Hong Leong Foundation and the Strategic Marketing Manager at GuocoLand (Malaysia) Berhad. Ms. Quek was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2001 and has worked in the law office of Wong & Partners as Legal Executive. She has been a Non-Independent and Non-Executive Director at Hong Leong Industries Berhad since January 4, 2017.
Ms. Quek is the Founder of Magicbird Publishing - an independent non-profit aimed at getting quality stories to children in under-served areas. Ms. Quek is a published author of several children books. Her book, Kailash, was a recipient of the White Raven Award 2014. Most notably, she is the founding partner of both Anyaman Preschools, a reggio – inspired kindergarten and Unique Learning Academy, an inclusive alternate school.
Ms. Quek’s other accolades includes helping to start up 'Voice of the Children' a children’s rights advocacy NGO, and is a committee member of the Selangor Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Ms. Quek is also a SEA Games gold medalist with the Malaysian Dressage team 2017. She studied Law at Brunel University London, United Kingdom and is a Barrister-at-Law from Middle Temple, United Kingdom and Master of Science in Poverty Reduction and Development Management from University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. She currently holds a diploma in Child Psychology and Learning Disorders Management with plans to pursue an additional Masters in Early Childhood. ... See MoreSee Less