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View from UN Global Compact Malaysia
View from UN Global Compact Malaysia
The landscape of education in Malaysia is, in of itself, a riddle; How do we provide education for millions of Malaysian children while at the same time providing an equitable level of education? The context matters here. While urban dwellers, from top-segment B40 families and above, can cope with rapid introduction of technologies in education, enjoy the benefits of advanced infrastructures and in general an education-leaning environment, the same cannot be said of their peers in rural areas. A multitude of issues plague education attainment when it comes to the underprivileged.
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AMCHAM Members share their actions to contribute towards this SDG. 
ConocoPhillips – Commitment Towards Education in Malaysia
ConocoPhillips – Commitment Towards Education in Malaysia
ConocoPhillips prides itself on being a responsible ‘corporate citizen’, and we strive to make a positive impact across our operations and in the communities in which we operate. We recognize that the most effective corporate philanthropy can be achieved by entering into strategic partnerships with organizations that serve the community, and programs which have lasting social impact. For this reason, ConocoPhillips has chosen to support the Fulbright English Teaching Assistants (ETA) Program in Sabah and made it our CSR signature program in Malaysia,
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The International School of KL – Teachers Teaching Teachers
The International School of KL – Teachers Teaching Teachers
Every other Saturday during the academic year ISKL teachers from each division, representing every subject, can be found off campus at a refugee learning center in Ampang Point. Collectively, they spend the morning sharing their knowledge and skills with a group of dedicated, motivated, and inspirational teachers who teach refugee students at centers across Kuala Lumpur. “Teachers Teaching Teachers” is a homegrown idea started and run by current and former ISKL teachers.
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1. Intentionality
  • Is your company committed to supporting the achievement of Goal 4? Have you developed a holistic strategy that reflects this commitment, covering end-to-end operations and the wider community?
  • Are you committed to learn from your actions and do you have processes in place to improve them accordingly? 
  • Is your strategy supported by the highest levels of management, including the Board of Directors?
2. Ambition
  • Do your actions achieve long-term outcomes that greatly exceed those resulting from current industry practice? 
  • Are your actions aligned with what is needed to achieve Goal 4?
3. Consistency
  • Is support for Goal 4 embedded across all organizational functions?
  • Are staff and board incentives aligned with achieving Goal 4?
4. Collaboration
  • Do you proactively look for opportunities to partner with Governments, UN agencies, suppliers, civil society organizations, industry peers and other stakeholders to inform how to advance Goal 4?
5. Accountability
  • Do you publicly express your commitment to advance Goal 4? 
  • Do you identify, monitor, and report on impacts, including potentially adverse impacts?
  • Do you mitigate risks associated with your action? 
  • Do you remediate negative impacts associated with this action? 
  • Do you engage stakeholders in a meaningful way? 
American Malaysian Chamber of Commerce
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Kuala Lumpur 50250, Malaysia
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