JREC – JREC’s vision is to equip all Rohingya Children in Malaysia with the essential Knowledge and Skills for their future. JREC stands for Persatuan Jaringan Islam Global Masa Depan and is registered with the Malaysian Registry of Societies. Click here for more information
Drawing/painting, handicrafts & creating new things.
Khalil Ahmad, a 14 year old Rohingya refugee is currently enrolled in a boarding school named Sekolah Menengah Islam Ad-Diniah located in Pulau Pinang. Every day he wakes up eager to learn new things in school with his friends, and the activity he enjoys most is creating vivid artistic projects. Originally from Yangon, Myanmar, Khalil’s parents Habi and Junaida passed away leaving him orphaned and in need of support. He came to Malaysia in 2015 and despite all difficulties, his smile of gratitude never leaves his face.
In class, he is known as “The Innovator” as classmates seek him out for guidance on any creative-oriented projects, both in class and in their free time. In addition to his creativity, he is also applauded by his teachers for being a hardworking student who performs well in his academic subjects.He looks up to the famous American inventor of the light bulb, Thomas Edison and aspires to become an “Electronics Inventor Engineer” in the future. With that, he sincerely requests for your financial support to help him in his journey!
HOW WILL THE MONEY BE USED?
Secondary Education: RM 4000 per year
Sponsorship for Boarding Secondary School (Integrated Islamic & Academic Education) at Sekolah Menengah Islam Diniah, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.
After meetings with JREC which stands for Persatuan Jaringan Islam Global Masa Depan, Global Sadaqah has partnered with them to raise funds to help Khalil, a Rohingya orphan to pursue his dream to become an innovator by sponsoring his school fees for one year.
This campaign supports partial funding and the partners on the ground will receive all the money raised regardless if it reaches the goal or not.