Former interior designer helps equip students with digital devices for e-learning


Hayati (right) giving a device to a single mother of two school-going kids. Photos: Hayati Ismail

Hayati Ismail, 47, is no stranger to charity work.

The mother of three has been a volunteer with several non-governmental organisations previously, including the Food Aid Foundation – a food bank which repurposes surplus food to feed the homeless – and My Street Interview, a job-matching service for the homeless.

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