Partnerships in Malaysia

Panasonic Donates Picture Books to Children in Malaysia through HEARTHEART Project

In collaboration with the Ministry of Education (Malaysia), Panasonic will donate a total of 16,000 picture books to more than 7,700 primary schools in Malaysia under the HEARTHEART (activities to deliver the picture books to the children of the world) Project. The project is part of a global initiative by Nonprofit Organization XYZ (cross wise) to convey gratitude to countries all over the world for the support and assistance rendered during the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. In addition, these picture books aim to inculcate values of respect and teamwork in the younger generation.

Panasonic Embarks On Flood Relief Efforts For Malaysia’s East Coast

Panasonic Group of Companies in Malaysia donated products to schools in the states of Kelantan and Pahang as part of its flood relief efforts. The donation, worth RM655,233 included 120 units of 42” smart televisions, 88 units of LCD projectors, 127 units of washing machines with 10kg capacity each and 940 units of irons. The company’s contribution is in line with the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) aim to provide assistance to 88 schools which were badly affected by the recent floods. The 88 selected schools comprise of regular schools as well as fully residential schools with hostel facilities.

The Launch Of Malaysian University’s First Ever Refurbished Green Office

The first-ever refurbished green office space in a Malaysian university was launched at the University of Malaya by its Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dato’ Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin. The main objective of the Green Office is to minimise, or completely avoid negative impacts of ‘regular’ built environments on staff health and the environment. At this site, this was done by ensuring that critical resources are used efficiently and installing equipment that protects occupant health, which in turn improves productivity. A positive side-effect is that waste, pollution and environmental degradation are reduced and the resultant office space is safe, comfortable, healthy and liveable.