The Approach That We Use To Reach Out

We Support Children and Youth to Reach Their Full Potential

What We Do

We work with both adult and youth populations to provide:

— Youth program development and implementation

germ, plant, seedling

— Engaging curriculum & training design

jogging, fitness, jogger

— Development of collaborative organizational cultures

dance, balinese, traditional

— Leadership development and much, much, more

business idea, planning, board

Our signature programs

Big Girls Talk

A program to empower young girls with values that make them feel worthy of many opportunities in life which include having good friends, healthy relationships, worthy of speaking her mind, being heard, worthy of her dreams by giving them right information and tools to use.


Students with Ambitions Goals (SWAG) is a four months program for girls and boys aged 16 years old. Students will thrive in 5 key areas:

  • Develops a strong sense of self
  • Displays positive values
  • Seeks challenges and learns from setbacks
  • Forms and maintains healthy relationships
  • Learn to identify and solve problems in their community


BOLD@Youth proposed as a learning and development, employment placement program for at risk youth in response to the economic issues during and post COVID-19. This program is an initiative by the Sisterhood Alliance to address unemployment issues faced by youth after COVID-19.

Other collaborative effort

  • Technovation Challenge
  • Safecity

Events Info



23 September 2019 in Morib,
          Majlis Daerah Kuala Langat had give us the opportunity to meet a bunch of about 50 enthusiastic teenage girls. Done with our Flagship program BIG GIRLS TALK. In about 3 hours had manage to conduct the workshop and the feedback was absolutely amazing!
         In April 2019, Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development have reached out to our youth through BIG GIRLS TALK. Looking back now, we are still grateful for the honour.
         It was 10 March 2015 when Sisterhood Alliance established. And we have made a vow that we will focus and find ways to make impact for our girls. Our youth. Our future.
We have never looked back since, and we seek for the future of our youth to be invested in developing and providing as much opportunities possible for them to find true meaning in their life.
A 'Safecity' forum in Sunway College
          UN Women states that 1 in 3 women face some kind of sexual assault at least once in their lifetime. Yet most women and girls do not talk about this abuse for a multiple of reasons – fear of society, culture, victim blaming, fear of police, tedious formal procedures etc.
          As a result women keep silent and this data is not captured anywhere but the perpetrator gets bolder over time and we accept it as part of our daily routine. This leads to under communication and under reporting of the issue. If there are poor official statistics, the problem is not visible and is not a true representation of the actual problem.
          Therefore we need to break our silence and document every instance of harassment and abuse in public spaces so that we can find the most effective solutions at the neighbourhood level.
          More often than not, but it has never brought up. And that is one of the stumbling blocks in combating sexual harassment.
          Due to this, it is essentials to get yourself to be aware and have knowledge to understand about sexual harassment.
          People deserve a safe and healthy environment in which to live. Not only does this mean an environment free of chemicals, pollution and other physical hazards, but free of harassment of any type.
          During Regional Technovation pitching 2019, we had a Safe City talk with junior and senior girls, we discussed about girls safety zone, difference gender and sex, types of sexual harassment.
Feminism isn't about making women strong. Women are already strong. It's about changing the way the world perceives that strength
G.D. Anderson
Australian feminist writer and founder of Australian charity, The Cova Project


There are four Foundations of SWAG

3 March 2019

        Our first SWAG programs were conducted at 4 schools at Bestari Jaya Selangor (SMK Rantau Panjang, SMK Raja Muda Musa, SMK Sultan Sulaiman Shah and Kolej Vokasional). Students in these schools was given a task to raise a RM1000 fund to help upgrading school facilities using Crowdfunding platform. We, however, will help these students while fund raising process.

        The first session, 2 days Outdoor program conducted by our content partner PIBI Corporate Wargames Specialist. SWAG has covered 4 pillars Outdoor experience, Entrepreneurship, Life skills and STEM.

27 April 2019

Next Saturday, we collaborated with Discovery Muay Thai to run our programs’ second session.

31 July 2019

        SWAG first program Outdoor Bootcamp is ending today at Taman Alam, Kuala Selangor. The Bootcamp is joined by 55 students 16 years old from 4 schools SMK Rantau Panjang, SMK Raja Muda Musa, SMK Sultan Sulaiman Shah and Kolej Vokasional at Bestari Jaya. We aimed to educate the students some basic skills in survival, hope they can learn from this.


        This workshop provides B40 Youths with employment placement plans on current and post-covid-19 economic issues and guarantees the employment of the coach upon graduation

Who is Eligible for?

What We Have Carried Out In the Past?

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        Sisterhood Alliance had been awarded a Fundamental Awards for both BOLD dan SWAG a collaboration project with Discover Muay Thai and a sponsorship by Yayasan Hartalega


          Technovation Challenge is the world’s largest and longest­ running tech competition for girls. In Technovation, teams of young women identify a problem, create an app to solve it, code the app, build a company to launch the app in the market, and pitch their plan to experts ­­ all in 3 months!!
          On behalf of Sisterhood Alliance, we are incredibly proud and honoured to be part with this big event and to expand young Malaysian women’s technological innovation around the globe!

        Our past participant, four Year 6 students from the Australian International School Malaysia (AISM) were recently selected as Semi-Finalists in the Technovation.
        The team consisting of Megan Yap, Mia Tan, Tania Thong and Emily Tan from AISM were among the twelve teams chosen from Europe, Asia, Australia & New Zealand regions. Since 2010, 5,000 girls from 28 countries have participated in the Challenge. Every year, four teams who make it to the Finals win a place to participate in the World Pitch Summit, which this year is held in San Francisco, USA.
        Under the quirky name MY Tech Mooks and over a span of 8 weeks, the AISM students created an app called ReShare, which would help the underprivileged.
        The ReShare app they have developed would allow people or organisations who have things to donate to list what they have available, and for organisations and charities who rely on donations to look through the list and select the things they want to receive. Once they have made their selections, the donor and receiver can communicate through the app and arrange drop off or collection. ReShare will get donations to where they are needed most efficiently and will give charity organisations more control about what they receive. Donors can also be sure that their donations are going towards a good cause. 

We are consisitently trying our best to carry out activities for the youth. Please do follow our social media [Mysisterhood Alliance] to get further updates and information. Your following is much appreciated, and motivating.

What We Care For

        We want to reach out to young girls and women by empowering them with life skills and paving the way for intelligent and compassionate change makers to rise and make a difference for social changes.

        We aspire for our participants to continue carrying this torch of believing that YOU MATTER and YOU DETERMINE YOUR FUTURE.

        When girls feel confident about their bodies, their intelligence, their worthiness and their sexuality, they have the opportunity to go into the world and fully express themselves — as girls, as women, as humans.


What we strive for, by giving our youngsters opportunities to make a change to society and lighten the future of the country

SDG 3,4,5,8 & 10

           How’s your goals achievement so far? It’s already almost the year. Hopefully each and every goal has made progress. 

           We want to share some steps to keep you going in realizing your goals.

           Aim High, But Start Low, Celebrate and Keep Going. Begin with small steps. Break it down and start achieving those small steps goals. Taking this approach allows you to generate some early success, which allows you then to build momentum and increase confidence, which then encouraged me to raise into more small steps.

           When it comes to setting you big bold goal, the more you can slice that elephant the higher your probability of achieving it.

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