Essentials for the poor


Ho (right) and Koh with a van filled with groceries including rice, vegetables, canned food, powdered drinks and other necessities to be distributed to the needy during the MCO.

JOHOR BARU: Two local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are calling for more funds to ensure the needy in the state do not go hungry during and after the movement control order (MCO).

Yayasan Suria Johor Baru and Glocal Helping Hands are currently on the ground sending necessities to the needy.

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