CyberCare was initiated by a group of ordinary Malaysia citizens back in April 1998.
Armed with nothing but a compelling desire to make a difference to the abandoned, abused and orphaned children, we started by enrolling the support of Microsoft Malaysia and Hitechniaga Sdn Bhd to build an electronic community for the children’s Homes (Orphanages).
We share a common belief that we should focus on nurturing the children using information technology as the springboard to bring out the leadership and potential of these children to help them realize unlimited possibilities for themselves and the world.
CyberCare aims to help transform the culture of social welfare of hand-outs to community care where children are proud to lead and serve community.
With a network of 90 Homes in Malaysia, CyberCare runs youth development programmes with participating universities to train volunteers to become life coaches using the Make A Difference (M.A.D.) curriculum which combines ICT training, life skills and the completion of a community-based project using these skills acquired.