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Farah comfortable with Orang Asli

Resting deep inside the depth of the woods, there exists a community, very rare to come out of the cocoon. What’s that? The Aborigine. In Peninsular Malaysia alone, the community of Orang Asli can be subclustered into three categories namely Semang, Senoi, and Proto-Malay. If we explore the case further, the life of orang Asli

IRM Appreciates Humanitarian Volunteers

Bandar Baru Bangi, 28 Jan 2019 – 93 humanitarian volunteers of Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) from various backgrounds were celebrated through Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018 at Bangi Golf Resort for their hard works and sacrifices in developing an integrated humanitarian world.   According to IRM Chief Executive Officer, Zairulshahfuddin Zainal Abidin, the programme is established

30 Special Students Served

Johor Bahru, 23 Jan 2019 – 30 special students from Sekolah Agama Pendidikan Khas Johor Bahru, Johor were aided with school necessities through Cheer to School programme organised by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM).   The programme which involved students with hearing disabilities benefitted them with basic school expenses in hopes they would be more enthusiastic

Transformation of the Aborigine

Speaking of the community of Orang Asli, the first thing we imagine is living in the forest surrounded by the fresh air in the morning, and far away from the local civilisation living both in urban or rural areas.   About two years ago, United Nations (UN) came out with a report saying that the

IRM into a More Integrated Humanitarian World

Bangi, 2 Jan 2018 – Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) is thrilled to embark on new a journey to further uplift humanitarian world through the Care 4 Hunger campaign in efforts to reduce starvation cases.   IRM Chief Executive Officer, Zairulshahfuddin Zainal Abidin said, “IRM plans to materialise the Care 4 Hunger campaign as aligned with

Children of the Aborigine Explore Science

Kuala Lumpur, 18 Dec 2018 – 30 Orang Asli Children from Sekolah Kebangsaan Buluh Nipis, Muadzam Shah, Pahang had the opportunity to explore science world through Science Exploration programme initiated by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM), at Petrosains, Kuala Lumpur.   The programme which lasted for three days puts an emphasis on the significance of science