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MyKasih 'Love My School' programme launch for the Bateq Orang Asli students
Travelling to school daily by boat, the semi-nomadic Bateq Orang Asli are participants of an initiative called 'Chup Badui Sikulah', which means ‘let's go to school’ in Bateq language. The initiative aims to encourage the Bateq Orang Asli children to attend school.So far, MyKasih 'Love My School' programme has succeeded to enrol 43 Bateq children into SK Kuala Tahan. As beneficiaries of the programme, they will receive a monthly allowance of RM60 each via their smartcard to spend on daily meals and learning necessities in school. Additionally, 29 Semaq Beri Orang Asli students studying in the same school will also receive the bursary.The Deputy Director-General of Education Malaysia, Shaari bin Osman, was present to launch the ‘Chup Badui Sikulah’ initiative and the ‘Love My School’ programme that day of 28 January 2019.
Dialog Group's senior management team helped revamp SK Sungai Dua in Bentong, Pahang
MyKasih 'Love My Neighbourhood'
Golfers swing in aid of MyKasih
140 golfers made the best out of the morning’s fair weather and excellent ground conditions at the Valley Course of the Glenmarie Golf & Country Club on 6 August 2016. The sixth annual charity golf tournament organised by MyKasih Foundation successfully raised RM 907,000 through flight sponsorships and cash donations. Dialog Group Berhad (DIALOG) was the main sponsor, having taken up a total of 10 flights worth RM 180,000. All the way from Tennessee, Paul Gould and his family, who are regular supporters of MyKasih since 2012, renewed their yearly pledge towards the charity golf event. “The success of this charity golf tournament demonstrates our donors’ belief in the programmes we deliver to improve the communities’ wellbeing. We are grateful for your continued support over the years, however there is much more that needs to be done. We hope that more companies will join us in our efforts to assist finally-burdened families in meeting their basic needs for food and education”, said Tan Sri Dr Ngau.
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