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Helping to keep mozzies at bay


(From left) Kechara Soup Kitchen project director Justin Cheah, committee member Phng Li Kim, Tsem Rinpoche Foundation trustee Datuk Colin Tan, Phng, Ooi and Dr Valarmathy with an example of the netting that is included in the set that Kechara will be giving out to the homeless and urban poor.

(From left) Kechara Soup Kitchen project director Justin Cheah, committee member Phng Li Kim, Tsem Rinpoche Foundation trustee Datuk Colin Tan, Phng, Ooi and Dr Valarmathy with an example of the netting that is included in the set that Kechara will be giving out to the homeless and urban poor.

WHILE many may have access to preventive measures to escape becoming a living buffet for mosquitoes, there are still those who do not have that luxury.

That is what Kechara Soup Kitchen (Kechara) is trying to minimise by distributing mosquito coils and nets along with educational pamphlets to the homeless and urban poor during the first phase of its “Bite No More” campaign.

   

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