12 episodes

Gamechangers for Good is an archive of conversations with notable and innovative gamechangers whose work has great social impact. Join the host, Wah Hoo as he talks to guests who have in someway changed the game and make great contribution in their field of work inciting impactful social change. The podcast takes you on the journey to understand who these gamechangers are, why they do what they do, their believes and experiences that shape them. Get personal insights on their strategies, tips and secret sources as a social impact practitioner.

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Gamechangers for Good is an archive of conversations with notable and innovative gamechangers whose work has great social impact. Join the host, Wah Hoo as he talks to guests who have in someway changed the game and make great contribution in their field of work inciting impactful social change. The podcast takes you on the journey to understand who these gamechangers are, why they do what they do, their believes and experiences that shape them. Get personal insights on their strategies, tips and secret sources as a social impact practitioner.

Brought to you by www.givinghub.asia

    EP #003-3 Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Recovering from Failure, Building Powerful Network of Supporters & Fundraising Strategies

    EP #003-3 Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Recovering from Failure, Building Powerful Network of Supporters & Fundraising Strategies

    Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin (@tinizainudin9) is a prominent activist who has dedicated nearly three decades to the welfare of marginalized children, and set up the Yayasan Chow Kit child-crisis center. She is an activist who co-founded Yayasan Chow Kit formerly known as NurSalam, the first 24-hour/7-day one-stop child-crisis center in the country. The center is dedicated to providing marginalized and displaced children.

    She has worked as a consultant and a member of several humanitarian and refugee-based organizations. Dato’ Dr. Hartini has also been involved in law and policy reforms, as well as training on children’s issues.  In 2021, she received the award that was widely known among all social changemakers called Tatler’s Influence Award. The award brings together the region’s most innovative changemakers, industry titans and powerful individuals who are shaping the region through positive impact. She is a strong woman who continues to fight in the face of injustice to create opportunities and space for those in need of shelter.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for the first episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin.

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online.

    Get shownotes for this episode on our website.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 30 min
    EP #003-2 Dato' Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Founding Yayasan Chow Kit Amidst Grief, Channeling Negativity Into Growth In Life, Turning A Proposal Into Reality and My Parenting Philosophy

    EP #003-2 Dato' Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Founding Yayasan Chow Kit Amidst Grief, Channeling Negativity Into Growth In Life, Turning A Proposal Into Reality and My Parenting Philosophy

    Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin (@tinizainudin9) is a prominent activist who has dedicated nearly three decades to the welfare of marginalized children, and set up the Yayasan Chow Kit child-crisis center. She is an activist who co-founded Yayasan Chow Kit formerly known as NurSalam, the first 24-hour/7-day one-stop child-crisis center in the country. The center is dedicated to providing marginalized and displaced children.

    She has worked as a consultant and a member of several humanitarian and refugee-based organizations. Dato’ Dr. Hartini has also been involved in law and policy reforms, as well as training on children’s issues.  In 2021, she received the award that was widely known among all social changemakers called Tatler’s Influence Award. The award brings together the region’s most innovative changemakers, industry titans and powerful individuals who are shaping the region through positive impact. She is a strong woman who continues to fight in the face of injustice to create opportunities and space for those in need of shelter.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for the first episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin.

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 28 min
    EP #003-1 Dato' Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Getting Citizenship For My Child, Adopting Children to Save Them, Being Childlike and Having Endless Possibilities, How My Parents Influenced Me

    EP #003-1 Dato' Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Getting Citizenship For My Child, Adopting Children to Save Them, Being Childlike and Having Endless Possibilities, How My Parents Influenced Me

    Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin (@tinizainudin9) is a prominent activist who has dedicated nearly three decades to the welfare of marginalized children, and set up the Yayasan Chow Kit child-crisis center. She is an activist who co-founded Yayasan Chow Kit formerly known as NurSalam, the first 24-hour/7-day one-stop child-crisis center in the country. The center is dedicated to providing marginalized and displaced children.

    She has worked as a consultant and a member of several humanitarian and refugee-based organizations. Dato’ Dr. Hartini has also been involved in law and policy reforms, as well as training on children’s issues.  In 2021, she received the award that was widely known among all social changemakers called Tatler’s Influence Award. The award brings together the region’s most innovative changemakers, industry titans and powerful individuals who are shaping the region through positive impact. She is a strong woman who continues to fight in the face of injustice to create opportunities and space for those in need of shelter.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for the first episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin.

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 24 min
    EP #003 Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Getting citizenship for my child, Founding Yayasan Chow Kit Amidst Grief, Recovering from Failure, Building Powerful Network of Supporters & Fundraising Strategies

    EP #003 Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin - Getting citizenship for my child, Founding Yayasan Chow Kit Amidst Grief, Recovering from Failure, Building Powerful Network of Supporters & Fundraising Strategies

    Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin (@tinizainudin9) is a prominent activist who has dedicated nearly three decades to the welfare of marginalized children, and set up the Yayasan Chow Kit child-crisis center. She is an activist who co-founded Yayasan Chow Kit formerly known as NurSalam, the first 24-hour/7-day one-stop child-crisis center in the country. The center is dedicated to providing marginalized and displaced children.

    She has worked as a consultant and a member of several humanitarian and refugee-based organizations. Dato’ Dr. Hartini has also been involved in law and policy reforms, as well as training on children’s issues.  In 2021, she received the award that was widely known among all social changemakers called Tatler’s Influence Award. The award brings together the region’s most innovative changemakers, industry titans and powerful individuals who are shaping the region through positive impact. She is a strong woman who continues to fight in the face of injustice to create opportunities and space for those in need of shelter.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for the first episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Dato’ Dr. Hartini Zainudin. 

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online. 

    Get shownotes for this episode on our website.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    EP #002-3 Ian Yee - Importance of Investigative Journalism in Malaysia, Defending Truth & Justice Through Investigative Documentary, Selecting Issues to Work On and Dealing with Risks in Investigating

    EP #002-3 Ian Yee - Importance of Investigative Journalism in Malaysia, Defending Truth & Justice Through Investigative Documentary, Selecting Issues to Work On and Dealing with Risks in Investigating

    Ian Yee (@ianyee) is a journalist, editor, producer, and co-founder of The Fourth, an investigative and impact journalism team that uses compelling multimedia documentaries and creative public action campaigns to address social injustices. On his journalism, Ian and his team have exposed a wide range of crimes and social injustices, including child sexual exploitation, school violence, as well as human trafficking and wildlife smuggling. Spectacular!

    His "Predator in My Phone" initiative resulted in forming the new laws in Malaysia to protect children from sexual grooming, known as the Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017. Ian is one of three Malaysians acknowledged by the British Council with The Social Impact Award for their outstanding achievements. He received the award, as he also graduated from Liverpool John Moores University,  which recognizes alumni who have made an exceptional contribution to creating positive social change. In addition to being nominated for a Peabody award twice, Ian and his team have received numerous other achievements for journalism, social activism, film-making, marketing, and digital innovation. This includes the Asian Media Awards, SOPA Awards, and World Digital Media Awards, making the total nearly 40 awards.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for this week’s episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Ian Yee.

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 32 min
    EP #002-2 Ian Yee - Navigating Challenges in Investigative Journalism, Investigating Malaysian Drug Mules & Foreign Worker Fraud in Malaysia and How to Measure Impact of Investigative Journalism.

    EP #002-2 Ian Yee - Navigating Challenges in Investigative Journalism, Investigating Malaysian Drug Mules & Foreign Worker Fraud in Malaysia and How to Measure Impact of Investigative Journalism.

    Ian Yee (@ianyee) is a journalist, editor, producer, and co-founder of The Fourth, an investigative and impact journalism team that uses compelling multimedia documentaries and creative public action campaigns to address social injustices. On his journalism, Ian and his team have exposed a wide range of crimes and social injustices, including child sexual exploitation, school violence, as well as human trafficking and wildlife smuggling. Spectacular!

    His "Predator in My Phone" initiative resulted in forming the new laws in Malaysia to protect children from sexual grooming, known as the Sexual Offences Against Children Act 2017. Ian is one of three Malaysians acknowledged by the British Council with The Social Impact Award for their outstanding achievements. He received the award, as he also graduated from Liverpool John Moores University,  which recognizes alumni who have made an exceptional contribution to creating positive social change. In addition to being nominated for a Peabody award twice, Ian and his team have received numerous other achievements for journalism, social activism, film-making, marketing, and digital innovation. This includes the Asian Media Awards, SOPA Awards, and World Digital Media Awards, making the total nearly 40 awards.

    Let's dive into the untold story of our greatest changemakers for this week’s episode of The Gamechangers For Good, Ian Yee.

    This episode is brought to you by GivingHub, a resource platform for NGOs, allowing you to fundraise for your NGOs online.

    *Disclaimer: The discussions in these podcasts are for knowledge-sharing which should not be proceeded without the permission of the guests. The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various guests on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Gamechangers For Good With Wah Hoo.

    • 24 min

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