The Tutong District Volunteer Group, commonly known as ‘Sukarelawan Daerah Tutong’, was established on February 2 2015 with the aim of providing assistance to the community through volunteer work. Sukarelawan Tutong is under the auspices of Tutong District Office and has volunteers to do community work throughout Tutong District. Based on having solid visionary and integrity as the foundation of their organisation, Volunteers of SUKA comprises of students, youths, civil servants and retirees. Among the activities that SUKA has provided are helping the people whose homes have been affected by floods and landslides. Besides that, SUKA also provide support for underprivileged families, orphans, elderlies and the disabled.
Care and Actions for Strays (CAS) was founded in 2005 to rescue, rehabilitate and care for animals neglected, abused and in need of medical attention or care. The founding members have each had extensive experience in assisting and caring for animals in distress. They recognized the need for improvement in many areas of animal welfare in Brunei as well as a need for an effective and humane urban stray management program to create a better environment for the whole society.
At the core of the CAS vision is to seek and implement no-kill solutions (unless for critically ill / injured animals with no chance of a full recovery) to the urban stray problem and animals in need. Through a series of identified projects, CAS aims to take action in the Brunei community to bring out the best in Bruneians and to bring about a place where people and animals co-exist harmoniously medical attention or care.
KACA was created to increase the welfare of disabled children in Brunei Darussalam whom have not had any formal training or education. KACA provides guidance programs and special training so the children can live independently and are capable in furthering their studies in normal schools.
The main objective of KACA is to create a training institute and set a benchmark for program facilities and activities in Early Development Program and Special Education for children.
Brunei Darussalam AIDS Council (BDAC) is an organization tackling the HIV & AIDS situation in Brunei Darussalam, where it aims to educate the public on related issues, the likes of Sexually Transmitted Infection, Unwanted Pregnancy & Social issues. The council uses multiple approaches in reaching its objectives; youth work & trainings, youth & community participation, outreach programs, voluntary work, media coverage, collaboration with other agencies etc.
The Association for the Hearing Impaired (OK) was formally established on 13th June 2010. Now it has more than 200 members comprising of the hearing impaired, volunteers, friends and family members. Their mission is to strengthen solidarity amongst deaf and hearing members in order to promote awareness on hearing impairment, and the rights, culture and language of people with hearing impairment in Negara Brunei Darussalam. The National Association for the Hearing Impaired is also committed to improve the education and quality of life of individuals with hearing impairment in the country, to integrate and become contributing members of the society. They believe in equal opportunity in all aspects, for the hearing impaired, and support them to reach their full potential.
OKP (Orang Kurang Pendengaran) aims to provide: