The missing link in education is human development. IAHV Malaysia sees a need to instill human values in the Malaysian education system in view of the increasing number of juvenile crime in schools and universities. The students today live in a much stressful environment compare to their parent’s time. Students found no way to relief their stress bring forth to the involvement in unhealthy activities that cause social problems. The increasing suicidal phenomenon among students is alarming. Infusion of human values in our young generation is crucial. When students learn to manage their stress in a healthy way, they exhibit greater confidence and motivation in academic and are able to face the challenges of life with a healthy attitude.

This program had covered more than 20 schools, universities and colleges throughout Malaysia.

More than 20 thousand students benefited from this program. The program focuses on teaching the students Power Breath and Sound Therapy (quiets one’s mind and emotion through certain sound vibration which students sing along with the instructor). Besides that, we inculcate human values through playing games, dancing and singing with the participants, learning in a fun and relaxing approach.

Datuk Dr Tan Chik Heok, President of TAR University College, response to the campaign said: “Many people are exposed to a wide range of social issues but too few are given the practical knowledge to deal effectively with these issues. With this campaign, the organisers strive to provide students and staffs an opportunity to learn life skills that are timeless and also may one day save lives and spell joy for those we care.”