Small Contributions, Massive Impact
Every year, thousands of refugees in Malaysia observe Ramadhan surrounded by conflict and hardship. For those uprooted from their homes, celebrating during the holy month can be a tragic reminder of everything they have lost. Initiated by the School of Foundation, Ramadhan Relief is an annual community project aimed at empowering refugee families in Malaysia which includes families from Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, Pakistan, and Myanmar to name a few. This year would be the fourth year in a row in which the Ramadhan Relief project was successfully organised and executed by our students under the guidance and leadership of Ms. Nor Fadilah.
Overall, it was a rewarding experience for the students to understand the situations of these communities and to reach out during the holy month of Ramadhan. From delivering food packages to showing compassion for the families, they’ve gone out of their way to ensure these refugee families are not left alone. These small contributions have resulted in massive relief for these vulnerable families. Their perseverance, dedication, and tireless contributions have made this event a great success during these difficult times.
Well Done to the School of Foundation and the students for leading a hand for those who are in need during these trying times!