Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Knowledge Centre

I was glad that I had the chance to be at the launching of a new learning centre for the Rohingya refugee kids recently.

As the organiser said :

"Before we leap, we start by taking small steps.

Today, we took a small step of officially launching the Muslim Aid Knowledge Centre in Ampang.

We are now ready to educate and nurture young Rohingya refugees in the area.

The next step is to look into establishing similar centres nationwide."

Sharing some photos of the kids there.

Was so touched when the girl in purple scarf asked if she could called me "Ummi"(mother).

But I felt guilty too as I may not be able to go and see her or the other kids due to time constraints and distance.

However wishing her and all of them the best in life.



Betsy Adams said...

Hello Cheqna. What a wonderful ministry for those adorable children... Small Steps can produce BIG steps ---if you keep working on it!!!! Good Luck.


George said...

How wonderful that there is a place where these refugee children and get an education. The children themselves are beautiful, and your photos are excellent.

Lina Gustina said...

It's very noble thing. Hope the Rohingya refugee kids have better future. Having good education will give them chances.
Salute to you, Cheqna.

Lina Gustina said...

Your shout box spammed me :)
Nice to see their smiles! Friday nite visit, Cheqna.


hello my friend :) have a nice weekend


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