§ HELP University College
HELP University College offers tertiary-level study, including research and development especially in psychology. In 2005, UNICEF worked with the Centre for Psychology for programs in psychosocial support for children affected by the tsunami, and is currently collaborating with the Centre and the Ministry of Education on the Safe Schools Initiative to reduce bullying and develop Positive Discipline as an alternative to corporal punishment.
§ Taylor’s University College
Taylor's University College is one of Malaysia's private educational institutions of higher learning, providing courses ranging from pre-university to diploma and degree programs. In 2008, UNICEF facilitated a youth initiative by 30 students from the School of Journalism, Advertising, and Public Relations for “Abduction: Social Alert Project (A.S.A.P.) 4 Children” to promote child safety messages to children and families.
§ University Putra Malaysia (UPM)
From its beginnings in 1971 as an agricultural-based university, UPM has continued to develop and has expanded its frontiers in various disciplines such as engineering, medical sciences, pure sciences, economics, management, education, languages, communication and other fields. UNICEF is working with the Department of Community Health within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences on a preliminary assessment of the direct and indirect socio-economic impact of AIDS on children.