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GENEROUS donations from the public are a lifeline for those who have lost their source of income during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Darul Ta’zim Family Development Foundation (YPKDT) is ready to help people with disabilities (PWDs) in their efforts to look for a job across various industries.
After several rounds of the movement control order, career women working from home have adapted to the new normal.
Fathers are making the most of trying times to connect with their children and strengthen bonds. StarMetro shares the joys and challenges these men face in conjunction with Fathers Day tomorrow
With the pandemic causing setbacks for companies on the financial front, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in Penang are facing a drop in funding.
Some mothers make it a point to hand over mementos such as clothing, jewellery, crockery and books to their children.
SUBANG Jaya folk have been waiting a long time for a government health clinic to be established near them.
The Johor Down Syndrome Association plans to buy 3,000 mushroom cultivation bottles before moving to expand its online presence to meet the high demand.
The Johor government hopes more parents or caretakers will register their disabled children with the Welfare Department (JKM) or the Community-Based Rehabilitation Centre (PDK) to nurture their hidden potential.
PENANG Hindu Endowment Board (PHEB) has opened a Tamil library at Dewan Sree Maha Mariamman in Jalan Mengkuang, Butterworth.