How a Malaysian author and a group of volunteers created the #kitajagakita initiative

'We all have input into suggesting and verifying initiatives, social media postings, website updates and the general direction of #kitajagakita as an initiative, ' says author Hanna Alkaf about the 'kitajagakita' help directory, which she helps to run with a dedicated team of volunteers. Photo: Filepic

Author Hanna Alkaf was tired of being tired. Every time she went online last month, she kept reading things that made her angry, frustrated, or helpless.

She wanted to do something rather than just sit at home during these uncertain times surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

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