U-Mission Club on humanitarian mission to Cambodia

By Nur Najmi Jamal

GOMBAK: U-Mission Club of the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) will be doing the second humanitarian project at Dam Sbai village in Battambang, Cambodia, from 3 to 11 October 2014.

This year, the Centre for University Social Responsibility (CENSERVE) will organise a lot of activities, which include slaughtering of cows for Qurban and Aqiqah, distribution of donations, clean water project, as well as digging of wells which will cost RM1000.00 per well.

This project is organised under the supervision of CENSERVE in collaboration with IIUM Health and Wellness Centre, UMission4Life Team, IKRAM (Shah Alam) and Alumni Association of Sek. Men. Sultan Abdul Halim (SMSAH, Jitra).

This programme is open to all students, and is currently welcoming those who would like to donate some stuff in the form of money or materials such as telekung, kopiah, or clothes. Donations collected will be handed to the Muslim community in Cambodia.

For more information, please click here.

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A lecturer by day and a music blogger by night. Formerly: Managing editor at IIUMToday, and lifestyle writer for Esquire Malaysia and The Score Magazine.

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