Join our “Movement of Hope”. Wear a Unity Ribbon and be proud to be Malaysian.

Each ribbon represents a hope for Malaysia.
The acceptance of each other regardless of who we are and where we come from.

It is a call to stay united, no matter what happens.

#BersatuTeguh


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WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER!

Wear a UNITY RIBBON and discover other Malaysians wearing the UNITY RIBBON too.

Berjabat tangan to start a conversation, and snap a wefie with them to upload to social media.

☺  Tag your photos with #BersatuTeguh !


WEAR A RIBBON FOR UNITY

Purchase your Unity Ribbon at RM2.50 each or a box of 50 Unity Ribbons at RM125.00.

WHERE TO PURCHASE?

Online Shop @ Bangsar Outlet

The Unity Ribbon is available at the following MyNews.com outlets.
Klang Valley

Tesco Puchong

Giant Hypermarket, Batu Caves

AEON, Taman Equine

Prince Court Medical Centre

Mid Valley Megamall

KL Sentral

Bukit Bintang

Stesen MRT, Kota Damansara

Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park

Penang

Giant Hypermarket, Bayan Baru

Tesco, Tanjung Pinang

Gurney Plaza

Jalan Magazine

Jalan Tengah Bayan Baru

Johor

AEON Tebrau City Store & Shopping Centre

Plaza Angsana

Little Red Cube

Komtar JBCC

Paradigm Mall Johor Bahru



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☀ Inspiration Behind Unity Ribbon Design

EMPOWER ORANG ASLI

The Unity Ribbons are handmade by Orang Asli youths, university students and volunteers.

50 sen for every Unity Ribbon goes to Orang Asli education and empowerment.

“Kami ingin membanggakan ibu bapa kami. Semestinya, kami bangga menjadi rakyat Malaysia dan berharap mengecapi kebahagiaan dan hubungan yang akrab sesama kita.”


Bella & Farah
Suku Jakun

Pelatih Projek57 & Penerima Dana Pendidikan Projek57


“I want to keep learning, and to be successful. I’m living in a beautiful country with many cultures and diversity, something that not all countries have. I hope my country can be a role model for peace and harmony.”


Miri
Temiar tribe

One of Projek57’s 1st retail trainees


“We are the first in our villages to go to university. We hope we can return to help build our villages. Please don’t look down on our tribes. Instead, let’s all different races learn to accept each other.”


Lia & Adda
Temiar tribe

Projek57 Education Fund recipients


“Saya ingin membantu komuniti Orang Asli saya melakukan perubahan. Sebagai rakyat Malaysia, kita perlu saling hormat-menghormati dan memelihara hubungan sesama insan, agar kemajuan negara dapat dicapai.”


Army
Suku Semelai

Pelatih runcit Projek57


STAND UNITED. STAY UNITED.