Doing what she can to help those in need

  • Family
  • Friday, 31 Dec 2021

Nor Ahikin (in black) wasn't prepared for the devastation she saw when she went down to the flood sites. Photos and footage on the news didn't prepare her for the extent of loss faced by victims. Photos: Nor Ashikin Ahmad

Helping those in need has always been a priority for Nor Ashikin Ahmad, 49, who runs a restaurant in Puchong with her sisters. But their aid work had always been ad-hoc – cooking and distributing meals to the less fortunate in Chow Kit and other areas in the Klang Valley.

However, when the pandemic hit the country last year, she found a new purpose in her aid work. With the help of her family and friends, she began helping residents of the PPR flats around where she lives.

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