31 JULY - 3 AUGUST

2015

Held at Yayasan Sarawak Complex, Kuching. The first camp focussed on Unity and how we all can be a part of it.


SOFEA SORAYA

Johor | Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)

“Di kem ni, semua mixed up. Semasa kami kumpul dekat meja untuk lepak, you dapat lihat semua race, semua religion dan semua gelak sama-sama.” 


LIONEL LAPIDOS

Zimbabwe | Swinburne Sarawak Campus

“Camp has certainly been interesting, challenging and very unexpected. I tested myself a lot. The games and activities really showed me my limits and pushed me beyond those limits.


CHIAO CHIAN

Kuching | UCSI University Sarawak Campus

“Coming here allowed me to meet a lot of new friends from other universities, and despite our differences, we were able to understand one another. I also learnt that with teamwork, you can do anything.”


DALTON YEO

Kuching |   Swinburne Sarawak Campus

“Camp really taught me a lot about selflessness, to give without expecting anything in return. Things like when no one takes charge, someone has to step up.”

 

22 SEPTEMBER - 25 SEPTEMBER

2016

Held at Kem Bina Negara Sampadi, Lundu. The second camp highlighted Communication as a key component in fostering unity among communities.


VINODHAN VENNOO

Penang | Swinburne Sarawak Campus

“We have 12 countries here from all over the world coming together. People of different races, different religions, different beliefs, coming here and forming teams by helping each other out, it was very beautiful. I can feel that it has grown the bond between my friends and myself by a hundred folds compared to how close we’ve been for the past 3 years.” 


AMR MAGDY

Egypt | Swinburne Sarawak Campus 

I’ve known one of my friends here for 3 years and we are very close. And now, we are actually closer. Just 3 days into the camp and we’ve actually gotten closer. It’s not something that comes easy so if you have the opportunity, why miss it? It happens once in a lifetime. You won’t get to do most of this anywhere else. I’ve really enjoyed my time here.” 


WANG PHEI LIAN

Kuala Lumpur | Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)

“Although I had zero expectations in the beginning, after the past few days, the camp was very meaningful for me because we were challenged mentally, physically and emotionally. It was awesome. It couldn’t have been even better; I had a really good experience. We managed to gain something from everything we do in this camp.” 


ANDY CHRIS JEROME

Kuching | Universiti Teknologi Mara

“When we arrived, I saw that our organisers were youths as well, the whole scene was not what I expected at all. After that first day, everything was different. I got to interact with people from not only different institutions but also from other countries and different nationalities. You get to gain new perspectives and there is much to learn from them.” 

7 SEPTEMBER - 10 SEPTEMBER

2017

Held at Rave YMCA, Sibu. The third camp highlighted Diversity as a resource for change and acceptance in fostering unity among young communities.


MIRZA TAUHEED

Albania | Swinburne Sarawak Campus

“You can see it in some teams who are more driven and seem to be leading, they are made up of a more diverse group of people. With all the understanding and acceptance that happens between them, it allows them to open up and work together better towards a common goal. Being a part of this camp and the environment here was a great step for me to surpass the barrier I had set for myself.” 


SACHIN GOPAL

Penang | Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)

“This camp allowed me to address a long forgotten question - what is my part and what’s the bigger picture? To understand our role in helping others and addressing their needs. It’s a give and take, and that can become something really big to take in. I’ve learnt how to empathise with not only those who I have common grounds or understanding with, but those who also have backgrounds or live in conditions I couldn’t imagine myself in. ” 


NOOR HANIM

Kuala Lumpur | Curtin University Malaysia

“I’m very social and I enjoy approaching people. But being at this camp, I realised that really stepped out of my comfort zone. In our teams, we had to work together to complete tasks. It really opened up a place for us to really develop ourselves, not just as a team this time, but as a community of campers all wanting to achieve a common goal.” 


NURUL BATRISYIA

Kuching | HELP University

“Most of the camps I’ve gone to, it’s very goal driven and what is highlighted here is the community. The people in your team. To ask their thoughts and to self contemplate their needs before ours. To be focussed on our goals but stick together as a team, to understand and empathise as a whole.”