Selayang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is home to 15,000 refugees. The pandemic has affected this community deeply, making them more vulnerable than before. Thus, we are raising funds for Human Aid Selangor Society.
The funds will be channeled to a sustainable project allowing refugees access to food in the long term. The pilot project enables refugees with a UNHCR card to obtain food from local merchants who are partnered with the scheme.
Please donate to their cause and help us ensure that these vulnerable people do not go hungry.
Beneficiary for this cause :
Human Aid Selangor Society has raised over RM150,000 and fed 2,000++ families since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Human Aid Selangor Society also runs a school for Rohingya children that is recognized and registered under Malaysia Ministry of Education.
Additionally, we are providing a series of FREE live webinars and online sessions to raise awareness throughout different communities around the world. Join us!
May 16th, 5pm - Refugee Aid Dental Webinar with Dr. Pravinkumar Patil (Implant Configuration with Complete Arch Rehabilitation)
Completed May 11th, 830pm - Refugee Aid Dental Webinar with Dr. Shawn Paul (Rubberdamalogy and COVID 19)
Completed May 8th , 5pm - Refugee Aid Dental Webinar with Dr. Asfand Khan (Microscopes and Ultrasonics in Endodontics)
Completed: May 6th, 6pm - Sharing of Love : Yoga with Felice
Completed: May 1st, 5pm - Refugee Aid Dental Webinar with Dr. Abhishek Parolia
Apr 30 : Government doesn't recognise refugees but will give humanitarian assistance
Apr 26: Who are the Rohingyas and What do they want?
Apr 24: Food aid arrived for Rohingya in Selayang lockdown
Apr 22: Everyone under Selayang EMCO to receive food including Rohingya (through NGO)
Pre-enhanced lockdown (resources provided by Human Aid Selangor Society)
Apr 8: Malay Mail
Apr 8 : Malaysia Kini
Apr 6 : YouTube video of aid distribution