Dignity for Children Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that provides holistic care and education for urban poor children in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Their work began in 1998 in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur with only 20 students then. Dignity is now a learning centre with more than 2,300 children (from over 25 nationalities) ranging from 2-19 years old. 100% profits support Dignity for Children, educating 2,200 children annually.
Their team comprises not only alumni who have graduated from Dignity for Children Foundation but also Orang Asli members.
Did you know?
The Orang Asli are Peninsular Malaysia’s indigenous peoples. “Orang asli” translated from Bahasa Melayu means “Original People”.