For the underserved communities, quality education means a step towards changing the economic status of their lives.
Out of the 10,000 national schools in Malaysia, more than 4,000 schools have limited resources to unlock their full academic achievement
PINTAR Foundation identifies high-needs schools with 65% (primary-level) and 80% (secondary-level) or lower passing rate in their national examination results; students’ families’ average annual household income of RM3,000 (rural) and RM4,000 (urban) or below, and located in rural or urban poor areas.
Quality education changes everything
The emphasis of the PINTAR Programme and the activities developed and conducted by members and partners at their adopted schools are based on PINTAR’s four pillars for the holistic development of the children.