“Not My Mother’s Path” coffee table book represents the collective strength of Tambunan’s daughters, mainly farmers, wives and mothers in voicing social concerns such as abuse and domestic violence and striving for economic empowerment. This book capture the project experience in Tambunan from April 2017 to March 2020 specifically on the “Protection and Empowerment of the Girl-Child against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) in Tambunan.
Food security is an increasing concern among tertiary students in Kota Kinabalu during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. A report released by the Youth-PREP Centre (YPC) today revealed that 62% of the 110 students surveyed in a research about “Urban Poverty Among Youth in Kota Kinabalu'' have had to reduce their daily food intake in order to financially sustain themselves during this pandemic. The research, which aims to provide a baseline understanding of how youths may experience urban poverty, was participated by students in their third or final year of tertiary education at a private or public institution. Notably, the survey was centered on capturing the perspectives of youth in relation to urban poverty based on the knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) model. The three main dimensions of poverty that were investigated in this study were ‘Power’, ‘Money’ and ‘Access’. YPC calls upon the Government, private sectors, academic institutions and civil societies to uphold their collective responsibility of formulating a comprehensive strategy to address urban poverty.
Mental health and well-being is increasingly emerging as a key area of concern among college students in Sabah. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the need for urgent interventions that can support the mental health needs of these vulnerable students who are facing multiple challenges in their transition into adulthood. The survey report on "Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on Mental Health and Well-Being Among College Students in Sabah" is a baseline study participated by 420 college students.
The 2018 Orange The World campaign focuses on "Say No! to violence against the girl child". This booklet features 16 reflection articles. The compelling stories speak truthfully of the transgressions, trauma, and conflicts related to the various forms of SGBV experienced by the girl child.
Celebrating 25 years of Good Shepherd Mission in Sabah (1988 - 2013).
As Pusat Kebajikan Good Shepherd celebrates 50 years of its presence in Malaysia, we remember the founding history of the organisation, the welfare services made possible by generous benefactors, the many lives we have touched and those that we will touch in future.
Good Shepherd in Singapore-Malaysia has launched "The Story of St. Mary Euphrasia Pelletier". St Mary Euphrasia Pelletier was the Foundress of the Congregation of the Good Shepherd Sisters.