FRIDAY, 08 MAY
– A total of 39 students of the Student Organisation Management (POP) will join the ‘Jalinan Kasih Mahasiswa Prihatin’ Programme which will be held tomorrow at the Orphanage Home, Beringgis.
According to a spokesman for POP, Bibi Chelve, the programme was aimed at raising public awareness about children who had lost their family members, whilst giving moral support to those who were less fortunate.
“We hope, through this programme, many would be more concerned about the lives of children who are placed in orphanages,” she said when contacted by UMS reporters.
The programme was also to instill self respect and to always love those around us besides being an eye opener for various parties to contribute not only in kind but also from the psychological aspect.
She said moral support such as this was seen to benefit the children who went through difficult days and to continue lives like other children.
“Thus, it is our great hope that this programme would bring awareness to society and emulate the efforts by UMS POP to jointly help these group of people,” she concluded. – SS (fl)
Source: POP Students
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