It is a time of galactic unrest. Social and environmental problems grow unchecked, and the nation needs its social entrepreneurs to take on the challenge, but their numbers are few.
A small band of entrepreneurs have set out to train promising individuals in the ways of social entrepreneurship, and awaken in them skills of business model development and social awareness...
"Baru saya nampak kepentingan social entrepreneurship ni dan banyak bidang yg boleh diceburi. Memulakan SE comes from the heart with the intention to make someone's life better. If you can't help 1,000 people, try change one person's life." Hassanah Hassan, SEHATI participant
And hit the road to bring a series of two-day workshops to communities all over the country. The social entrepreneurs shared stories of their struggles and successes with participants, who learned the basics of starting a social enterprise along the way.
Day 1 - SEHATI TalkFest at Dewan Sultan Iskandar, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru
Day 2 - SE Workshop at Iskandar Malaysia Information Centre, Johor Bahru
Day 1 - SEHATI TalkFest Dewan Kompleks Islam Sarawak
Day 2 - SE Workshop iCube Innovation, Kuching, Sarawak
Day 1- SEHATI TalkFest Kompleks Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan Sabah (KPKPS), Kota Kinabalu
Day 2 - SE Workshop Kompleks Pentadbiran Kerajaan Persekutuan Sabah (KPKPS), Kota Kinabalu
Day 1 - SEHATI TalkFest at Dewan Seri Mentaloon, Alor Setar
Day 2 - SE Workshop at Wisma Darul Aman, Alor Setar
Day 1 - SEHATI TalkFest at Kompleks Jabatan Kebudayaan & Kesenian Negeri Terengganu
Day 1 - SEHATI TalkFest at Zebra Square, Kuala Lumpur
Following the program, 30 SEHATI participants emerged with ideas to start their own social enterprises
Sunday, Nov 15, 2015 | Attended the SocialEnterpriseHATI event organized by MaGICSE; thank you @enactusmalaysia for the invitation and @magic_cyberjaya for hosting such an amazing event // listening to the sharings of the inspiring social entrepreneurs truly motivate my team and I (@enactusunmc) to work harder in driving social impact through our community outreach projects because ' who says you have to impact 10,000 individuals, if you've impacted 1 person's life, it's all worth! '. Proud to admit that their stories had put me in tears, their hardships and willpower to carry on is truly moving. Shamelessly too went upstage for the talent showcase, because ' if you want something-just go for it, or else you will regret the chances you've missed. If you like to do something, do it with passion. ' -Ngai Yuen, President of KakiSeni. This includes performing arts/music because you never know your small talent can enlighten someone's day! Impacting others > Impacting yourself #MaGICSE #SEHATI #enactusunmc #bucketlistchecked #enactus
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