Author: eHomemakers

Kemahiran Wanita Kita Perlu didedah

Source: The Star

A newspaper article featuring women who are able to compete against men in the workplace

September 14, 2020 0

Ideal Mix of Work and Home

Source: The Star, 22 November 2000

It didn’t seem that long ago when women were finally accepted in the workplace. Now enterprising women are taking the concept of work one step beyond. by establishing home-based offices.

September 14, 2020 0

eHomemakers: Eco-Baskets for Change By Kaniz Fatema and Jeremy Yee

eHomemakers: Eco-Baskets for Change By Kaniz Fatema and Jeremy Yee Longevity is not a frequently-heard word when it comes to social enterprises – social entrepreneurship is often considered the domain of the young, restless, and energetic. However, tucked in a serene area of Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, operates a 20 year-old social enterprise…
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June 21, 2019 0

Comprehensive Q&A on MySalam Scheme

MySalam Scheme:

March 29, 2019 0

10 Women NGO Leaders & Social Entrepreneurs To Watch in 2019 in Malaysia

Rhonwyn Hagedorn, the founder of Project WHEE! featured in Inpactor. Project WHEE! (our sister company) advocates for the sustainability of rural communities through entrepreneurial activities and youth volunteering programs. They do this by facilitating entrepreneurial activities and organising volunteering exchanges with the locals. 

February 12, 2019 0

Cyril Mathias On Traxx FM Sharing Experience On Green Technologies

Cyril Mathias, an entrepreneur passionate on developing green technologies and the space of energy efficiency management and Agriculture and Industrial IOT, Commercialised energy efficiency products, with over 17 years experience in multinational companies and 6 years in  energy efficiency and IOT. Cyril has professional experience across multiple countries – India, Oman, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia. Cyril holds a masters…
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August 21, 2018 0


Eileyn, having survived a gas explosion that caused 80% burn on her body, she hopes to share her personal story and awareness to others on the dangers of being burn. In the process, she hopes that not only will it be a healing journey for herself but for others as well who are able to…
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August 17, 2018 0


My name is Cordelia Lee. Cordy for short. As a female growing into womanhood, I’ve always felt a disconnection to my experiences. I was awkward in expressing my womanhood as I carried shame for a long time because of sexual molestation as a child.  Shame too regarding my underweight body, subconsciously shaped by my teenaged…
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August 17, 2018 0


When a newspaper reporter interviewed a farmer who grew Award-Winning Maize each year he entered his maize in the Agricultural Show, it was revealed that the farmer shared his seed with his neighbours. Perplexed, the reporter asked, “How can you afford to share your best seed with your neighbours when they are entering their maize…
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August 16, 2018 0


Aneeta Sundararaj tells the stories of a diverse group of people from cardiologists and Ayurveda practitioners to independent financial advisors. ‘Two Snakes Whistling at the Same Time’ is included in a collection of stories that she is working on. Subscribe to the free newsletter on her website, ‘How to Tell a Great Story’. She has…
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August 14, 2018 0