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Feel like doing some voluntary but no where to start? Let's meet up and do it together. ANYONE can join. What we will do? We visit children homes, old folks homes, helping out in charity sales and even collecting recycle item.

Just like shinning star upon the sky, a tiny little star brighten the sky a little. A constellation of star makes the world a brighter place to live. See you guys soon!!!~

Cheers!

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Tutor a Refugee Child

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THIS PGM HAPPENS ALMOST EVERY SAT, WATCH OUT ON THIS PINNED POST FOR WEEKLY UPDATE WHO ARE THESE CHILDREN? They are mainly refugee children from Myanmar, Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and local stateless children and denied local schooling.. These children hence receive very minimal education from the community centers that are barely surviving and are constantly faced with struggles of financial difficulty and resources. OBJECTIVES This is a weekly public programme that gathers like-minded individuals from near and far to contribute to this concerned community. It is a non-committal voluntary programme, to put it simply - "Giving as much as you can, when you can and however you can';. Ultimately, we would like to achieve: 1.Exposure – Enable the children to expose to different people, culture and sharing/exchanging of knowledge. 2.Language – To improve command of English on conversational level. This is to prepare their future resettlement in other countries. 3. Self-Identity – A platform for them to gain self-recognition. Their presences need to be seen and voices have to be heard. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW & POSSIIBLY DO : (1) Children’s age – Children’s age in each centre ranged differently; generally from age 3 – 16. (2) Language – Children speak their mother tongues i.e. Chin’s, Syrian Somalis, Arabic and others. However, some speak decent or good English, whereas some speak very little. English standard could vary even when two kids are as of the same age. (3) Settings – Children are grouped according to age i.e. 3-5, 7-9, 10-13, 14-16. Volunteers are supposed to select the age group that they are comfortable to deal with. Some centers have classrooms, some are in an open-space setting. i.e. Imbi is held in an open space setting. (4) Who are the volunteers? And are you the one? Volunteers are from all walks of life - with different diversity and background. Fundamentally, the volunteers must be willing to share knowledge, time and learn. Prior teaching experience is not necessary, you can learn to teach here. (5) Topics of Interest – English, Maths, Science, General Knowledge and Stories. Strictly no preaching of Religion. (6) What can you bring? – Nothing. But if you would like to, these would be great and would definitely bring more fun to the class! (1) Writing materials i.e. writing paper, pencils, pens, markers, colour pencils (2) Healthy snacks (3) Demo materials/props i.e. vegetables and fruits (if that’s what you’re teaching), iPad (7) For the safety of the children, all volunteers must register themselves here https://goo.gl/XJnz6A By registering it is deemed that you agree to be bound by the strict voliunteers behavioural disipline set. Call the following centers directly before going : HREN (Marizia[masked]) 640, Jalan 1/1 Ampang, CSO Puchong (John[masked]) 10am-12pm 43, Jalan Bandar 16, Puchong CSO Cheras (Peter[masked]) 10am-3pm Level 2, 20B Jln 15, Tmn Alam Jaya, Cheras MRSI (Mark[masked]) 10am-12pm 31, Jalan Mamanda 7, Ampang Point ZEC Kota Damansara (Daniel[masked]) 2-4 pm 41, 2M Jalan PJU 5/21, The Strand, Kota Damansara Rohingya community (Dr Firdaus[masked]) 9-11am 2a Lorong Yadi, Kampung Sungai Udang, Klang FGCCI (Arshad[masked]) 10am-1pm 22-1 Jalan Dagang SB4/2, Sg Besi Indah, Sri Kembangan For more info join our Tutor A Child Whatapp group https://chat.whatsapp.com/A7YEFdGoNi5Ewnvcq7bBUz

Tutor a Refugee Child

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THIS PGM HAPPENS ALMOST EVERY SAT, WATCH OUT ON THIS PINNED POST FOR WEEKLY UPDATE WHO ARE THESE CHILDREN? They are mainly refugee children from Myanmar, Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and local stateless children and denied local schooling.. These children hence receive very minimal education from the community centers that are barely surviving and are constantly faced with struggles of financial difficulty and resources. OBJECTIVES This is a weekly public programme that gathers like-minded individuals from near and far to contribute to this concerned community. It is a non-committal voluntary programme, to put it simply - "Giving as much as you can, when you can and however you can';. Ultimately, we would like to achieve: 1.Exposure – Enable the children to expose to different people, culture and sharing/exchanging of knowledge. 2.Language – To improve command of English on conversational level. This is to prepare their future resettlement in other countries. 3. Self-Identity – A platform for them to gain self-recognition. Their presences need to be seen and voices have to be heard. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW & POSSIIBLY DO : (1) Children’s age – Children’s age in each centre ranged differently; generally from age 3 – 16. (2) Language – Children speak their mother tongues i.e. Chin’s, Syrian Somalis, Arabic and others. However, some speak decent or good English, whereas some speak very little. English standard could vary even when two kids are as of the same age. (3) Settings – Children are grouped according to age i.e. 3-5, 7-9, 10-13, 14-16. Volunteers are supposed to select the age group that they are comfortable to deal with. Some centers have classrooms, some are in an open-space setting. i.e. Imbi is held in an open space setting. (4) Who are the volunteers? And are you the one? Volunteers are from all walks of life - with different diversity and background. Fundamentally, the volunteers must be willing to share knowledge, time and learn. Prior teaching experience is not necessary, you can learn to teach here. (5) Topics of Interest – English, Maths, Science, General Knowledge and Stories. Strictly no preaching of Religion. (6) What can you bring? – Nothing. But if you would like to, these would be great and would definitely bring more fun to the class! (1) Writing materials i.e. writing paper, pencils, pens, markers, colour pencils (2) Healthy snacks (3) Demo materials/props i.e. vegetables and fruits (if that’s what you’re teaching), iPad (7) For the safety of the children, all volunteers must register themselves here https://goo.gl/XJnz6A By registering it is deemed that you agree to be bound by the strict voliunteers behavioural disipline set. Call the following centers directly before going : HREN (Marizia[masked]) 640, Jalan 1/1 Ampang, CSO Puchong (John[masked]) 10am-12pm 43, Jalan Bandar 16, Puchong CSO Cheras (Peter[masked]) 10am-3pm Level 2, 20B Jln 15, Tmn Alam Jaya, Cheras MRSI (Mark[masked]) 10am-12pm 31, Jalan Mamanda 7, Ampang Point ZEC Kota Damansara (Daniel[masked]) 2-4 pm 41, 2M Jalan PJU 5/21, The Strand, Kota Damansara Rohingya community (Dr Firdaus[masked]) 9-11am 2a Lorong Yadi, Kampung Sungai Udang, Klang FGCCI (Arshad[masked]) 10am-1pm 22-1 Jalan Dagang SB4/2, Sg Besi Indah, Sri Kembangan For more info join our Tutor A Child Whatapp group https://chat.whatsapp.com/A7YEFdGoNi5Ewnvcq7bBUz

Tutor a Refugee Child

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THIS PGM HAPPENS ALMOST EVERY SAT, WATCH OUT ON THIS PINNED POST FOR WEEKLY UPDATE WHO ARE THESE CHILDREN? They are mainly refugee children from Myanmar, Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and local stateless children and denied local schooling.. These children hence receive very minimal education from the community centers that are barely surviving and are constantly faced with struggles of financial difficulty and resources. OBJECTIVES This is a weekly public programme that gathers like-minded individuals from near and far to contribute to this concerned community. It is a non-committal voluntary programme, to put it simply - "Giving as much as you can, when you can and however you can';. Ultimately, we would like to achieve: 1.Exposure – Enable the children to expose to different people, culture and sharing/exchanging of knowledge. 2.Language – To improve command of English on conversational level. This is to prepare their future resettlement in other countries. 3. Self-Identity – A platform for them to gain self-recognition. Their presences need to be seen and voices have to be heard. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW & POSSIIBLY DO : (1) Children’s age – Children’s age in each centre ranged differently; generally from age 3 – 16. (2) Language – Children speak their mother tongues i.e. Chin’s, Syrian Somalis, Arabic and others. However, some speak decent or good English, whereas some speak very little. English standard could vary even when two kids are as of the same age. (3) Settings – Children are grouped according to age i.e. 3-5, 7-9, 10-13, 14-16. Volunteers are supposed to select the age group that they are comfortable to deal with. Some centers have classrooms, some are in an open-space setting. i.e. Imbi is held in an open space setting. (4) Who are the volunteers? And are you the one? Volunteers are from all walks of life - with different diversity and background. Fundamentally, the volunteers must be willing to share knowledge, time and learn. Prior teaching experience is not necessary, you can learn to teach here. (5) Topics of Interest – English, Maths, Science, General Knowledge and Stories. Strictly no preaching of Religion. (6) What can you bring? – Nothing. But if you would like to, these would be great and would definitely bring more fun to the class! (1) Writing materials i.e. writing paper, pencils, pens, markers, colour pencils (2) Healthy snacks (3) Demo materials/props i.e. vegetables and fruits (if that’s what you’re teaching), iPad (7) For the safety of the children, all volunteers must register themselves here https://goo.gl/XJnz6A By registering it is deemed that you agree to be bound by the strict voliunteers behavioural disipline set. Call the following centers directly before going : HREN (Marizia[masked]) 640, Jalan 1/1 Ampang, CSO Puchong (John[masked]) 10am-12pm 43, Jalan Bandar 16, Puchong CSO Cheras (Peter[masked]) 10am-3pm Level 2, 20B Jln 15, Tmn Alam Jaya, Cheras MRSI (Mark[masked]) 10am-12pm 31, Jalan Mamanda 7, Ampang Point ZEC Kota Damansara (Daniel[masked]) 2-4 pm 41, 2M Jalan PJU 5/21, The Strand, Kota Damansara Rohingya community (Dr Firdaus[masked]) 9-11am 2a Lorong Yadi, Kampung Sungai Udang, Klang FGCCI (Arshad[masked]) 10am-1pm 22-1 Jalan Dagang SB4/2, Sg Besi Indah, Sri Kembangan For more info join our Tutor A Child Whatapp group https://chat.whatsapp.com/A7YEFdGoNi5Ewnvcq7bBUz

Leave a greener footprint.

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#Did you know. Chopping tree is like constructing a paper plane. While growing tree is like constructing a real plane. Occupied every 1st Sunday of the month, let's join Tzu Chi Organization (NGO) with their recycling program. Basically we help them categories recyclable items that the public brings. The profit from the recycle will fully channel to Tzu Chi Dialysis Center, located in Penang & Kedah which provide free dialysis service to those in need. So come over and join us or just drop by, give us your recyclable items! There are also recycle point in Sri petaling, cheras, salak south, puchong, etc (if want to know is there any near your house just let me know, will update ya) Start at 830am but are still welcome after 830 :) Find me at another corner with a booth having book exchange, if u cant get me, gimme a call @[masked] *This is solely the sharing of the author and DO NOT represent those of the organization.

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