Raised of MYR 9,000.00 target.
UPDATE: The first RM 4,000 raised has been used to fund Sharmake’s treatment for 6 months from 2020-2021. He is doing well and is expected to fully recover within 3 years. We are now extending our campaign goal to raise an additional RM 5,000 which will cover the next 6 months of treatment, as well as milk powder and nutritious food for Sharmake. Thank you for your support and contributions!
Zamzam is my mother. She is a suicide bomb explosion survivor in Bosaso town in Somalia in 2015. She used to work as tea seller. My father left us after he divorced her. She came to Malaysia in 2019.
I have been has been getting medication from HUKM hospital since the day we arrived. Before this, we used to pay for the medical expenses through the generosity of community contribution. However, since the MCO lockdown started, our situation deteriorated day after day.
My mother has to cancel the treatment appointment for over two times due to a lack of money.
I need to fundraise to for the medical expenses of the next appointment so that I can recover.
Raised of MYR 9,000.00 target.
WHO WE ARE
Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) is primarily a service delivery non-profit organisation working with refugee and asylum-seeker communities whose country of origins are those within the Middle Eastern, Central Asian and African regions; which include Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, Syria, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Our services focus on education, health, livelihood and emergency support. MSRI has 3 core programmes, namely an education programme for children (from 4 to 18 years of age) and adults, a family health programme offering primary healthcare, mental health and outreach services, and a community service programme offering vocational training, livelihood and support services ranging from emergency support to case management.
MSRI also serves marginalised Malaysians with aids for education, food and livelihood needs.
MSRI is registered with the Registrar of Companies under the Companies Act 1965. All cash donations to MSRI are LHDN tax deductible effective 2019 until 2023.
Create equitable and sustainable opportunities for the under-privileged, disadvantaged, marginalised or vulnerable individuals or groups in Malaysia, regardless of race, religion or origin, to thrive in life.
Carry out quality and impactful humanitarian services, research, publication and advocacy work on socio-economic issues for the benefit of the needy, under-privileged, disadvantaged, marginalised or vulnerable individuals or groups including Orang Asli, refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia, regardless of race, religion or origin.
1. We are responsible and committed to MSRI’s Vision and Mission.
2. We support our clients based on mutual respect, whilst ensuring confidentiality;
3. We are accountable and transparent in what we do;
4. Our work will be done in accordance with the principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and operational independence;
5. As a learning organisation we
● Promote knowledge and learning
● Take criticism, feedback and suggestions for improvement seriously
● Work as a team
● Promote personal development
● Value diversity and promote mutual respect