We visited the ethnic group of the Mon Refugee School. It was a late afternoon and the female students who live there were making handmade beads to sell in fairs/Sunday markets to earn an extra income. All the students sleep on the floor with a layer of blanket and no mattresses.
The daily schedule of the Mon Refugee School
The exam results of the Mon Refugee School
Mehm bi Jae is a top student in his class at the Mon Refugee School. He studies and lives here as his parents are working in Puchong.
From left to right: Bro. Andre, Mehn Ong Mon and Bro. Ivan. Mehn Ong Mon is an orphan; his parents went missing a few months ago. He is a top student in a computer course and is hoping to continue his this course through education sponsorship from donors.
Housekeeping is kept on rotation at the Mon Refugee School
At The COBEM office – MOW delivered all the dry food stuff and requisites to COBEM to be distributed to to the respective ethnic groups within the Klang Valley.
At the Pudu Plaza apartment lift lobby while waiting to bring the goods to the COBEM office
MOW Food Bank distribution
Unloading donated items from the van
MOW's representative Ivan Yap, Andrew Siow, Madam Wan Cheong Moi with Monna (man in grey shirt) who represents the Mon Ethnic group. With Madam Wan is Nang who represents the Shan Ethnic group.
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