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    THE NASI LEMAK PROJECT
    Young, Sincere, Independent

    We sell the best Nasi Lemak in Malaysia, cooked by urban poor Nasi Lemak food producers.
    When we’re not selling Nasi Lemak and creating urban poor entrepreneurs, we do youth-driven social impact projects.

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About The Nasi Lemak Project

The Nasi Lemak Project (TNLP) started in 2012, funded by US Embassy of Kuala Lumpur to eradicate poverty through volunteerism. We started off by streetfeeding activities to the homeless 3 days a week, aiming to foster a continuous relationship with them in order to get the homeless off the streets.

Our Mission

The Nasi Lemak Project’s mission is to eradicate poverty in the most sustainable, cost-effective and impact-maximized way possible. Our core principles are outlined as below:

Sustainability

Projects done must be financially sustainable, impactfully sustainable or both.

Cost-effectiveness

Project costing must be lean and transparent

Impact-maximization

Project impact must be direct and calculable, using SROI (Social Return on Investment) or any impact measurement methodologies.

Awards & Affliations

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Sustainable Charity Organization

TNLP strives to alleviate poverty through social entrepreneurship and youth volunteerism. We
are totally independent, non-religious and non-political entity, and does not receive any
consistent financial help from any institution.

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Social Impact.

1000

Families Involved

5

Awards Won

9000

Volunteers Joined

10

Projects & Counting

Media Spotlight

The Nasi Lemak Project has been featured in various media channels in an out of Malaysia, thanks to our beloved supporters!

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Join Us!

Cook for free dinners up to 300 meals per-day for the homeless, and engage with the homeless in our database.

Have one weekly meeting with your team, time and place subject to majority

Teach up to 5 children, for 4 contact hours every week, using ad-hoc modules according to the specific needs of the child.

Participate in the development of syllabus for urban poor children and do proper reporting according to The Nasi Lemak Project’s format.

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