Tag Archives: Malaysia

Children with disabilities should never be forgotten
Before coming on the trip in the Philippines, Manila, I had no expectations of what was to come. I...
Stories of hope from the Philippines
I attended a public speaking seminar once and the speaker said that to capture an audience’s attention, always open...
Big dreams for the future
My heartfelt thanks to IKEA Foundation for having such a wonderful IWitness Programme for the IKEA co-workers to witness...
KASALI project helps children’s dreams come true
By Tengku Putra, Nesh Mutokarappan & Azlin Hamdan It’s the 40th National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation week in the...
Inclusive education changes attitudes in the Philippines
Children with disabilities in the Philippines face social stigma. Most people treat them differently. They are called unfriendly names...
Let hope guide us there
Weerapon Johnburom and Boonyanut Chompaen talk about their experience with Special Olympics in Thailand: Today, we have witnessed how the...
The bigger, the better. The more, the merrier!
Today’s trip to Pitsanulok Centre was a life-changing experience for all of us. Aside from meeting the young athletes,...
“Ohana” means family and family means no one gets left behind.
We chose the headline Ohana because, through this trip today, we learnt that family is an important element in...
Welcome to a world of inclusion, friendship and fun – welcome to Special Olympics.
My name is Nui and I am the National Director for Special Olympics Thailand. I am a champion for...