YSS was launched in 2012 and was established with the aim to inculcate the spirit of volunteerism and camaraderie among the students of tertiary education and also to produce global students volunteer icons. YSS trained selected student volunteers from the large pool of 1.3 million students of higher learning in Malaysia through high impactful students’ volunteer missions which are domestically and internationally held throughout the year. YSS focuses on capacity building of student volunteers and maintain lifelong learning and engagements.
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This blog, authored with the support of Yayasan Sukarelawan Siswa (YSS), is part of UNDP Malaysia's Kisah series, which explores COVID-19 impacts through the dual lens of conversation partners at the front lines, and through UNDP’s programmes and priorities. ('Kisah' is a Malay word that means ‘story’ and ‘to care, to take interest’.) To participate in Kisah, or to find out more, email the UNDP Accelerator Lab Malaysia at [email protected]
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