Five friends launch #BahBantuSiswa to help fellow students

  • Family
  • Tuesday, 20 Oct 2020

(From left) Intan Nur Atira, Azza Izatul, Nur Fatin Farihah, Davylandon Rubbin (Pertubuhan Kebajikan Impak Komuniti Sabah chairperson), Irdina Jailani, and Azizah Abd Jais during their previous Mask Kitani project. Photo: BahBantuSiswa

It all started when five 19-year-old students embarked on an initiative to help 100 first-year university students from Beaufort, Sabah, who were facing challenges with Open and Distance Learning (ODL).

Irdina Jailani together with her four friends, Intan Nur Atira, Azza Izatul, Nur Fatin Farihah, and Azizah Abd Jais, started #BahBantuSiswa earlier this month to help fellow students having a hard time with ODL.

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