Homeless folk in KL get shelter, food, counselling during MCO

A file photo of the homeless being sheltered at Sentul Perdana Community Centre during the MCO.

WHEN the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country, marginalised communities such as the homeless and hardcore poor were the worst affected.

The pandemic proved to be a “crisis within a crisis” as many lost access to services that provided food and shelter among other necessities.

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