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Women, Children and Homeless

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Charity for homeless

According to Australian Human Rights Commission, Homelessness can be caused by poverty, unemployment or by a shortage of affordable housing, or it can be triggered by family breakdown, mental illness, sexual assault, addiction, financial difficulty, gambling or social isolation. Domestic violence is the single biggest cause of homelessness in Australia. For more info:

3G collects old cloths to be distributed to homeless people. The picture in the left shows the cloth collected from the students of Albukhary International University hostel at Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia to be distributed in the nearby communities.

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Supplementary Education for poor children

2015, APU, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Members of 3G Asia Pacific University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia committed themselves to help poor children in their studies. Members took turn to support them in their academic studies and in their personality development and discipline.

08.07.2018, Sa-Ang Kosthom, Kandal Province, Cambodia

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Education for disadvantaged


Ms. Patrya Paing, President of 3G Cambodia [2018] represented 3G and in collaboration with Moonlight Humanity Organisation to take education to around 50 children aged from 4-17 who live in an island called Sa-Ang Kosthom in Kandal Province of Cambodia. 

3G Plans to collaborate with them by volunteering to be tutors. If you want to volunteer your self, send an email to now.

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Children and Nature Project

13.05.2018 Phnom Penh

Children learn from nature better than traditional four-walled class rooms. 3G feels the need for bringing children to nature and sensitise them to the sound and light of trees, plants, birds, animals, water, fire and air. 

Children's senses have to be stimulated by touching, hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting and feeling nature to really start learning and living.

3G Cambodia took the children out to a nearby park. Fed them, played with them and conversed with them.

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Children and Nature Project

28.10.2018, Pattani, Thailand

Ms. Tuan Arinah, Vice-President, 3G Thailand took us to a poor children tuition centre in a village near pattani. 3G International sponsored their picnic to Nam Tok Soi Khao National Park, Pattani. 

Children were fed and their travel was taken care of by 3G.Children played in the beautiful cool stream, which ran amidst green forest and singing birds. The committed teachers organised a few games to entertain the children. 

Papa John, founder 3G and Arul Jenet, Treasurer 3G participated in the event.