Integration and Sharing | Mutual Help


Every year, when floods hit in Malaysia, the Malaysia's East Coast Rail Link project immediately deploys manpower and equipment for rescue efforts. It donates essential living supplies to the affected communities, and actively participates in post-disaster reconstruction.


The Chancay Port project department repairs the riverbanks of the Chancay River in Peru, protecting public transport roads and crops around.


The Gwadar East Bay Expressway project donates 587 sets of fishing nets to local fishermen, supporting nearly 200 local impoverished families with their livelihoods dependent on fishing.


Volunteers from the Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway donate one ton of rice, 20 boxes of noodles, 20 barrels of cooking oil, and 5,000 medical masks to local communities.


Young volunteers from the GEM Housing Project visit a nursing home in Penang, bringing warmth to 54 elderly residents.


The company operating and maintaining the Mombasa–Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway, the Africa Star Railway Operation Company (Afristar), donates items such as crutches and wheelchairs to the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya (APDK).


Since 2019, Afristar has maintained cooperation with TOTO CARE to conduct maternal and infant donation activities. So far, Afristar has provided over 230 sets of maternal and neonatal care packages to mothers giving birth at Kenyan medical clinics, positively impacting maternal and child health.


In the unfortunate plane crash on November 6, 2022, in Tanzania, Zhang Lin, a staff member of CCCC in Tanzania, courageously saved a local infant facing the critical situation. The Tanzanian Prime Minister expressed heartfelt appreciation for Zhang Lin's heroic deed.


In response to an initiative to eliminate blindness due to cataract, CCCC actively participated in surgeries for cataract patients in the project camp in Djibouti. The initiative is expected to provide free surgeries for over 6,000 cataract patients in Djibouti over a period of five years.