Good times and goodwill come together for Malaysian voluntourists

Volunteers hard at work to clear rubble from destroyed homes. - SELINA NG

Selina Ng went on a hiking trip to Nepal, and fell in love with the country. When Nepal experienced a major earthquake in 2015 that claimed many lives, she decided that she would do “something” the next time she visits.

That something turned out to be volunteer work, specifically with an international disaster volunteering programme called All Hands Volunteers (now known as All Hands And Hearts).

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