• RM 4,393

  • raised of

    RM 5,132

  • with


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Persatuan Jaringan Islam Global Masa Depan (JREC) is a registered Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Malaysia and is a recognised UNHCR implementation partner.

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My name is Parween. I am 17 years old and a Form Four student at Sekolah Menengah Islam Ad-diniah in Penang.

I live with my parents and 2 other siblings at Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor Darul Ehsan. Being a Rohingya refugees, it is almost impossible for my father to acquire a decent job to support the family. Life is getting difficult each day as he is the sole breadwinner in family.

Last month, my father got a severe stroke attack and to add salt to an open wound, he can no longer go out to work. My mother and brothers have no choice but to take over, striving to assure that our family somehow makes ends meet.

Rental, utilities, food, hospital bills are the things that haunt us every month. Not a single day goes by without us having to worry about what we will do for the next day. My mother washes dishes at a restaurant while my brother works as a helper at a small grocery store. I dream to have a better future for me, my family and all Rohingya refugee like me. I like going to school and I want to study. I hope someday I can achieve my dream to become a doctor to help people, to give and not to be a receiver anymore.

Parween is currently enrolled and attending Form Four in Sekolah Menengah Islam Ad-diniah in Penang. She is 17 years old and was born in Malaysia.

She won 2nd place for Archery Competition held at a State Level in Pahang (2017)

Parween’s father is the primary breadwinner while her mother works as a dishwasher in a a restaurant.

Parween wants to go to school and study as much as she can so that she can become a famous doctor. When she becomes a doctor she aspires to help the poor and needy without charging them such heavy charges and give them free medicines. 

Funds will be used to cover the fees for her Secondary Education at Sekolah Menengah Islam Ad-diniah. The funds will also provide her basic amenities. Your donations to this campaign today might see Parween saving lives and providing care to so many poor and needy people as a doctor in just a few years time. What a worthy investment that is! 
Anonymous RM 50
Anonymous RM 10
Moustafa Saad Siddiqui RM 5
Suraya RM 1,000
Nurul Asyura Mashkur RM 100
Firdaus Abdullah RM 500
Fahad Alateeq RM 200
Anonymous RM 5
Kuwait Finance House Malaysia RM 2,523