PHOTO ESSAY: Malaysia NGO offers foods to Covid-19 lockdown residents

更新日期:6月 19


It is without a doubt that the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, has impacted the countries across the world.


Many including businesses have been taken by complete surprise with the ways things unfolding with businesses sectors forced to scale down their operation and some have been forced to close, this unprecedented incident causes many lost their jobs and income.


Many who are daily wage earners have lost their livelihoods in this challenging time. The road recovery of post-MCO is facing challenging road ahead.


Malaysian humanitarian organization have come forward through partnership, and responding to this global crisis on providing immediate relief to help lessen the burden on underprivileged communities to get back on their feet. Since the Movement Control Order (MCO) started on March 18, the MCA Crisis Relief Squad (CRSM) and Zi Chai Vegetarian Restaurant, have volunteer their time to prepare the packed meals and distributing to the underprivileged, shelter homes, nursing homes, homeless group and lockdown areas residents as part of their Food Caring Program amid the Covid-19 pandemic.


About eighty thousand packs of meals has been distributed to the people in need since the beginning of the Movement Control Order (MCO). MCA Crisis Relief Squad (CRSM) is aiming to distribute more than one hundred thousand packs of meals in total to be distributed to the needy groups by the end of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) on June 9, 2020.


(Photos and story by FL WONG/EYEPRESS)



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