Protecting & promoting the rights of women, migrants & refugees since 1991
We are a human rights and non-profit organisation dedicated in helping, building and protecting migrants, refugees, women and children from exploitation, discrimination, slavery and human trafficking.
Beneficiaries of our work
We have always practised a policy of non-discrimination We attend to the needs of the people regardless of ethnic background, color, religion, political or other opinion, nationality or social origin, property, birth or status. The main groups we work with are
Trafficked Women and Children
Shelter for Women in Crisis
Rights and dignity for all
Since we started in 1991, our scope of work has grown in leaps and bounds. Today we work to address issues of exploitation, discrimination, unequal treatment, and violence against women, refugees and migrant workers.
Tenaganita has grown in strength through our initiatives and interventions – challenged by proposed discrimination policies and humbled by the enduring willpower of our communities.
News and Press Release
Maids treated better in S’pore due to clear policies, says activistFebruary 21, 2022 , Source: freemalaysiatoday.com
Clear policies on migrant workers and stronger law enforcement have resulted in fewer cases of mistreated Indonesian domestic workers in Singapore compared to Malaysia, says an activist.
PANAP: Food And Rights Talk: Malaysia’s Xenophobic Crackdown Amid PandemicJune 11, 2020
Food And Rights Talk is a series of interviews with PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP) partners across the globe to find out the situation of rural peoples, in relation to food security and human rights, amid the