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A project to educate refugee kids


Giving a helping hand: Volunteers also give vocational training to students at the refugee education centres to ensure they pick up some basic life skills. (Inset from left) Teoh and Kim.

Giving a helping hand: Volunteers also give vocational training to students at the refugee education centres to ensure they pick up some basic life skills. (Inset from left) Teoh and Kim.

KUALA LUMPUR: Fresh from getting their social enterprise The Picha Project off the ground, the same founders are now focusing on helping refugees’ kids get educated under Project E-lluminate.

With this sister enterprise to Picha (the project that empowers refugee families via food catering and delivery services), Kim Lim and Teoh Min Chia aim to improve the quality of education for refugee children through sustainable funding and long-term efforts.

   

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