top of page

Project Sakthi

Get In Touch

One of the best ways for the Malaysian B40 community to restore hope is to develop projects that has sustainability for its future. This is an up hill task. MyNadi met various challenges in resolving many long standing issues. To all of us in MyNadi, that meant serious work and commitment. It is with full commitment, motivation and patience in listening, gathering, sourcing and implementing has MyNadi thus far achieve all that it begin. Immediate early results are not possible due to various factors and delays in the system. There are many areas which MyNadi has identified and will soon address and resolve.
Thus MyNadi has played a vital role for the community by getting various government agencies to carry out their functions effectively. Networking, co-ordinating and monitoring all these matters are very challenging. MyNadi acts as the voice of the community in bringing out fundamental long outstanding matters and facilitates in mobilising resources towards solving these issues. MyNadi provides the community with a certain amount of care and attention that the Malaysian Indian community direly needs.Having formed a deep understanding of issues facing the under-privileged communities and in order to find sustainable ways to overcome issues affecting them, it was felt that these activities should be grouped under several projects with specific objective, 



At Yayasan myNadi, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Food Donation Drop-Off is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.

  • Most Tamil primary schools started as schools located within estates to serve the needs of the children of the estate workers.

  • Most of these schools are partly aided schools where funds for the maintenance of the infrastructure is based on funds raised by the PTA (Parents and Teachers Association, also known as the PIBG, Persatuan Ibu-bapa dan Guru).




    • Empowering single mother Life can be challenging for single mothers anywhere in the world, more so for those who are living in poverty. In Malaysia, single mothers are in their predicament mostly as a result of spousal death, spousal abandonment or divorce. Many face financial challenges and the majority of single mothers that hail from rural areas usually lack specialized job skills, as well as the education required to get proper employment.

    • Giving of food parcels for those who are old or disabled and cannot be gainfully employed.

    • Giving school bags and uniforms to children from under-privileged families.

    • Means tested financial aid help to settle utility bills or housing rental.

    • Empowering ladies to start small business such as donating sewing machines to start a business or establishing a stall to start a food vending business.

    • Working with other NGOs to help run similar programs.


Sport unites in Malaysia, MyNadi has also taken upon itself to try and keep the interest alive in traditional Indian sports such as Kabadi and Silambam which without sustained aid will slowly disappear.



  • In line with the vision of the nation to become a developed nation and a knowledge economy, a sound education is the basis to a better life and greater earning capacity. There are many reasons why students do not excel in their studies and these include a lack of knowledge, a lack of motivation, inadequate books and other resource material and Science and Computer Lab

bottom of page