Funds to carry on good work

Suited up: The PGPS team ready to handle the burial of a Covid-19 victim in Sandakan.

KOTA KINABALU: For years, 32-year-old Yunizam Yusop has been providing poor families in Sandakan district with free transport to go to the hospital as well as free hearse services.

His charitable deeds started in 2014 when he learned that there were many people who could not go to the hospital for treatment as they had no money for transport.Now, Yunizam and his team, under the non-governmental organisation (NGO) Persatuan Generasi Prihatin Sabah (PGPS), are handling burials of patients who died from Covid-19.

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