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OUR PROJECTS

A Meaningful Journey of Happy Water Project

September 05, 2019

Contributing Towards A Greater Society

Mr. Kyle Choi Ki Ryong, Managing Director of Coway Malaysia and Mr. Ryan Jung Tae Seung, Head of Division - Communication Division of Coway Malaysia believe that incorporating Happy Water Project will not only arouse the awareness of the public to save and protect the Orang Asli community, but to also serve as a positive impact for Coway in contributing towards a greater society.

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September 05, 2019

Volunteers Come Together to Create A Bigger Impact

Not only did Coway Malaysia successfully provided water filters to 130 families across 5 villages in the state of Pahang, 30 volunteers from Coway has also come together to create a bigger impact for the community. Different roles were partaken by these compassionate individuals including assembling and distributing of the filters, educating villagers on safety hygiene when making their food, understanding and engaging the villagers in interactive social games, etc. dedicated towards the development of the Orang Asli community and their living conditions.

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September 05, 2019

Collaboration with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF)

Armed with its strong commitment, Coway Malaysia continued to collaborate with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) in 2019 to aid the Orang Asli community in Pahang with access to clean water supply.

Coway Malaysia started its efforts in November 2018 evaluating the supplies and assistance needed to be given to the villagers - from planning, research of water access, visiting and surveying, to implementing the basic hygiene training such as hand-washing and teeth-brushing needed by the villagers to lead a clean and safe lifestyle.

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June 28, 2019

Water Condition Check by Mr. Kyle

Mr. Kyle was checking the condition of water channeled from water pond to house of Orang Asli friend

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June 28, 2019

Turning On the Power System of Solar Water Pump

Mr. James was turning on the power system of solar water pump placed in water pond.

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June 28, 2019

Group Photo at Kg. Batu Putih

A group photo of Coway staff, GPF staff and Orang Asli friends in front of Community Hall built by Coway at Kg. Batu Putih.

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May 03, 2019

Making Traditional Handicrafts

Orang Asli friend in Kg. Batu Putih was teaching Mr. Kyle on making traditional handicrafts.

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May 03, 2019

Water Pond Building In Progress

Mr. Kyle was checking the progress of water pond building.

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May 03, 2019

Group Photo at Kg. Batu Putih

A group photo of Coway staff, GPF staff and Orang Asli friends at Kg. Batu Putih

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May 03, 2019

30 Volunteers From Coway

30 Coway staff volunteered themselves to participate in Happy Water Project activities

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November 30, 2018

Water Filter for Orang Asli Villagers

Mr.Kyle assembled the water filter for Orang Asli villagers. The water filter functions at filtering the impurities and substances in water for the villagers to enjoy clean water.

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October 15, 2018

The Inspection of Water Sources

Mr. Kyle & Mr. Ryan visited Kg. Sega to inspect the condition of water source in order to identify the most suitable water solution for the villagers.

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September 11, 2018

First Recce for Second Happy Water Project

The bottles feature in this picture are usually used by Orang Asli women to collect and fetch water for their families.

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September 05, 2018

What We Have Done

To better understand the living conditions of the Orang Asli in Muadzam, Pahang, Coway conducted focus groups to learn more about the electricity supply, water source and sanitation facility at the village. These sessions found that the residents were using either river water or water from the well for drinking, cooking and showering.

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September 05, 2018

Health & Sanitation Issues

Apart from the water crisis, the villagers of Muadzam, Pahang lack exposure to common sanitation and hygiene, poor trash and latrine management and have poor knowledge on animal care, leaving them prone to animal-related diseases such as scabies and impetigo.

Adding to this, records show that the highest education level within the community is only at primary school level.

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September 05, 2018

Water Crisis in Muadzam, Pahang

The primary water source of the Orang Asli community of Muadzam, Pahang is a self-dug well and rainwater catchment. The villagers use the water collected to drink and bathe. Villagers, especially women have to walk about 1-3km at least 3 times a day, which takes up to 3 hours a day to fetch water. Unfortunately, the water they fetch is highly contaminated due to the logging activities, plantation and soil erosion in the area.

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September 05, 2018

Collaboration with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF)

In 2018, Coway Malaysia continued its journey in aiding more people to access clean water through a collaboration with the Global Peace Foundation (GPF).

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September 05, 2017

What we have done

Due to the limited and polluted water supply in Kampung Sungai Tiang, Coway introduced and installed the rainwater harvesting system, allowing residents to gain access to abundant filtered rainwater collected in a sizable tank.

The rainwater harvesting system comes with a pump that accommodates the water usage from its source to the villagers – a manageable and reliable solution designed as such due to its convenience in maintenance and usage. That way, the Orang Asli can easily maintain the rainwater harvesting system without having to be a skilled labour.

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September 05, 2017

Consumption of Harzardous River Water

For the residents in Kampung Sungai Tiang, the only water source for the residents is spring water. Their water supply is limited as the residents have to share the water source with the plantation-watering agencies in Cameron Highlands. The unfiltered water supply contains sand, sediments and other impurities. Furthermore, the heavy plantation in Cameron Highlands releases chemicals into the river, causing the river water to be hazardous for consumption.

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September 05, 2017

Water Crisis in Sungai Tiang, Cameron Highlands

Coway Malaysia collaborated with the Department of Orang Asli Development (JAKOA) to carry out its first instalment of Happy Water Project. The collaboration successfully reached out to help 327 residents from 73 Orang Asli families living in the remote area of Kampung Sungai Tiang, Cameron Highlands.

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LOCATIONS OF VILLAGES BEING SPONSORED


Kg. Sungai Tiang

Number of Families: 73

Kg. Melai

Number of Families: 30

Kg. Riang

Number of Families: 14

Kg. Sega B

Number of Families: 8

Kg. Sega C

Number of Families: 9

Kg. Sega A

Number of Families: 6

Kg. Batu Putih

Number of Families: 36

Kg. Kantan

Number of Families: 12

Kg. Bukit Biru

Number of Families: 22

Kg. Bahu C

Number of Families: 4

Kg. Jenit

Number of Families: 22

Kg. Terubing 2A

Number of Families: 12

Kg. Bahu B

Number of Families: 4

Kg. Bahu A

Number of Families: 3

Kg. Cenodong

Number of Families: 30

Kg. Ulu Belat, Gambang

Number of Families: 20

Kg. Timpa Paha, Chini

Number of Families: 17

Kg. Batu Gong, Muadzam

Number of Families: 3

Kg. Kaya, Rompin

Number of Families: 16

Kg. Jemeri, Rompin

Number of Families: 18

Kg. Belbas, Rompin

Number of Families: 19

Kg. Gayung, Rompin

Number of Families: 17

  • Targeted:
    1000
    Families
  • BEING SPONSORED: