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Proceeds from month-long fundraiser to go to underprivileged children’s programme.
PETALING JAYA: Twenty-two leaders will be convening next week as part of an effort to champion “moral leadership” and tackle social injustice in Malaysia.
We tend to think of schools as being safe places but sadly abuse of children is not uncommon here.
FROM a group of child advocates and organisations
FOR the new school year, highway concessionaires for Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), Sprint Highway and the Smart Tunnel Highway collaborated to organise a charity programme to benefit 60 underprivileged children.
WHEN Dr Sanjay Doshi put together the 21,000 Smiles Project for the Rotary Club of Bukit Kiara Sunrise (RCBKS) under the Yayasan Kelab Kelab Rotary Malaysia (YKKRM), his main aim was to equip underprivileged children with “Back to School Programme 2020” kits.
RIVER activists from various backgrounds came together at the confluence where Sungai Klang and Sungai Gombak merge to celebrate their contributions and achievements in keeping the rivers clean.
IN conjunction with Universal Children’s Day, around 100 children aged five to 12 years old participated in river education activities at the River of Life’s Masjid Jamek Lookout Point in Kuala Lumpur.
MY interest in public policy has always focused on our national institutions: our democratic bodies, our checks and balances, our values and principles, and of course the broad topics of education, culture and the nurturing of our collective identity.
KOTA KINABALU: Three students from a school in Tenom district were crowned champions in the Sime Darby Young Innovators Challenge 2019 national finals for their school bus safety system.