Farah comfortable with Orang Asli

Farah comfortable with Orang Asli

Resting deep inside the depth of the woods, there exists a community, very rare to come out of the cocoon. What’s that? The Aborigine. In Peninsular Malaysia alone, the community of Orang Asli can be subclustered into three categories namely Semang, Senoi, and Proto-Malay. If we explore the case further, the life of orang Asli is mostly unique. Farah Amirah Sarifuddin, one of the staff at Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) enjoys the nature of works with Orang Asli in her possession when she was in-charge to be placed at Kampung Orang Asli Buluh Nipis, Pahang.

Just like the other wide-ranging communities in Malaysia, these Aborigine families also have their own structures of family and public society. They are also entitled to get the access to education, just like the children who attend schools every day. Also, if there is a headman in a village, Orang Asli communities too, have their own leader that should be acknowledged. Apart from that, they work on a daily basis, hold to one faith, involve in societies, and also play sports. What isolates them from us is that, they live far away inside the place we rarely know, far-flung from the public.

Kampung Buluh Nipis is located in Muadzam Shah, Pahang, about 26 Kilometers away from the city centre. According to Farah itself, she stayed in the Orang Asli community to fulfill her duty as part of the organisation’s programme, Community Development Programme which focuses on sectors such as education, infrastructure, health, and sustainable livelihood.

Nevertheless, the presence of Farah in the community is absolutely not all about work and job tasks alone. There is a multitude of key takeaways that she felt to understand better the life of Orang Asli. “I grabbed the chance and made the decision to stay in the community with them in the first place. Alhamdulillah, they are all so friendly and feel comfortable when I’m around.

“To be frank, weeks of staying there are too short for me to maintain good relationship with the people in the community, I believe it applies at all places as well. But among the things that I need to highlight, when we engage in the community of Orang Asli, they are all still the same, they treat us as human beings and even welcome our presence at their place.

When questioned about the uniqueness of Orang Asli, Farah believes that their survival ability is far more advanced and they also possess creativity level which is beyond a normal person can think. “They possess the ability to invent, create, build, and apply whatever that comes in their way to carry on their life journey. The most obvious thing I have ever seen was at the village, the art of what they built in their house. The house is walled by bamboo and roofed by leaves of palm tree. Besides, I have also seen pupils invented a replica of bomb toy using sticks and papers.

In spite of their incapacity to purchase materials or equipment for themselves, even food on a daily remains a doubt, it is these factors which intensify their survival ability and even far greater as compared with most of us, the modern communities residing in metropolitan. Additionally, having stunted from the state-of-art enables them to improve their imagination ability and creativity at a level which a normal person rarely possesses.

Among the best moments which Farah enjoyed with Orang Asli is the appreciation and care shown by the community itself. “I am indeed so delighted that the children including mothers in the community remember me during my presence. They always call me by my name when I am around. They way they appreciate me by waiting for my arrival at their place is considered a satisfaction that could never be obtained anywhere,” said Farah when asked.

Speaking of the challenges for this isolated community is a whole new story. Based on Farah’s observation, Orang Asli are mostly not exposed to new technologies invented as in line with modern times. They have no idea what happens outside their village. Such condition has hardly made them to think outside the box to see the world on the other side. In academic achievement, the pupils are still lacking behind to perform well as they cannot afford to follow the syllabus.

This is all due to the fact that they carry out different lifestyle which can be considered odd from the public community. But of course, it is unfair to describe they are lacking behind in everything. In fact, we are strictly not allowed to act as if we are ‘Mr-know-it-all’ and intend to make drastic changes in their community. There is one thing we should be aware of, Orang Asli do not want outsiders to disturb their identity and lifestyle. Better, take times and try to understand their locality before attaining their trust.

To Farah, there is too much to learn when being around in Orang Asli community because it indirectly exposes a clear example that challenges faced by these people should be made a benchmark to be grateful for the things we are given today.

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IRM Appreciates Humanitarian Volunteers

IRM Appreciates Humanitarian Volunteers ​

Bandar Baru Bangi, 28 Jan 2019 – 93 humanitarian volunteers of Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) from various backgrounds were celebrated through Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018 at Bangi Golf Resort for their hard works and sacrifices in developing an integrated humanitarian world.

According to IRM Chief Executive Officer, Zairulshahfuddin Zainal Abidin, the programme is established to acknowledge the efforts shown by all volunteers in uplifting humanitarian activities as well as creating a caring world to show their concern towards humanitarian issues either local or international.

“We recognise all potential volunteers who actively engaged in every IRM programme. Through Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018, we would like to extend our sincerest appreciation and respect for their endless loyalty in serving our beneficiaries,” Zairulshahfuddin said in his speech.

He also added, “In fact, the Volunteer Appreciation Day 2018 organised by IRM Volunteer Development Unit is also a symbol of honour for the International Volunteer Day celebrated on December 5th every year.

The focus of this programme is to share every humanitarian activity of IRM this year so more volunteers are enticed to work hand-in-hand alongside IRM towards a more integrated volunteer environment as well as foster a better relationship between volunteers and IRM family.

The program which celebrated a line of humanitarian volunteers also earned pleasant support from Humanitarian Icons of IRM. Saujana, Dr. Aizan Sofia Amin, Ashraf Muslim, and Irma Hasmie were among the icons who came to enliven the ambiance.

Suffian Amrin from Saujana stated, “Volunteer Appreciation day 2018 is such a unique program yet so loveable as we gather all humanitarian volunteers whose energy has been sacrificed to IRM. In fact, it is like an eye-opener for newcomers to dig out more on the actual humanitarian world.”

Ashraf Muslim also had his opinions expressed for the event. “Honestly I believe the programme is the most valuable event for each and every humanitarian volunteer who has been with IRM all along in many programmes organised by IRM itself.”

Last year, IRM conducted 32 programmes for volunteers. Through these programmes, 839 volunteers have been recruited, 195 volunteers have participated in trainings, and 558 volunteers have involved in our programmes. To date, IRM has over 3,000 registered volunteers in Malaysia who are ready to act for humanity.

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30 Special Students Served

30 Special Students Served

Johor Bahru, 23 Jan 2019 – 30 special students from Sekolah Agama Pendidikan Khas Johor Bahru, Johor were aided with school necessities through Cheer to School programme organised by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM).

The programme which involved students with hearing disabilities benefitted them with basic school expenses in hopes they would be more enthusiastic to continue learning at school.

School teachers from the particular school also fully supported the programme in helping to alleviate the burden shouldered by the students’ family.

Head Mistress of Sekolah Agama Pendidikan Khas Johor Bahru, Norhafizah Suhaimi said, “Honestly if we try to blend ourselves with the community, the rizqi is doubled. It is also our rizqi. Thank you very much to IRM for aiding the students. The programme is as if a present for them to feel blessed just like how the normal kids outside do.

“It also opens up more opportunities and eyes for the public to be aware of their existence and I compassionately believe that the sense of responsibility is there when we mingle around with them.”

All students were brought to Mydin Johor to buy basic necessities for educational purposes such as school uniform, a pair of shoes, socks, stationery, and sports uniform.

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Transformation of the Aborigine

Transformation of the Aborigine

Speaking of the community of Orang Asli, the first thing we imagine is living in the forest surrounded by the fresh air in the morning, and far away from the local civilisation living both in urban or rural areas.

About two years ago, United Nations (UN) came out with a report saying that the rate of poverty among the Orang Asli Community was significantly lower, up to 70 percent. If we probe the matter more in-depth, the economic situation of Orang Asli hits almost rock bottom in Malaysia if it were to be compared with those of the rest.

However, what could be the benchmarking factor that put them in such situation? In general, we are already aware on the fact the life of Orang Asli is far different if we compare with the cluster of local civilisation that undergoes a fixed routine on a daily basis. The community of Orang Asli relies heavily on the forest every day. Their dependence on the forest also does not involve any monetary exchange in order to get the goods ready for use.

But above all, our perception towards the community of Orang Asli should be considerably adjusted. They are, in any way, not living in poverty but their life revolves around historical cultures and traditions that are safeguarded since decades ago.

Education awareness among Orang Asli Community has seen major improvements in recent years and more students are registered at school from time to time. Previously, their parents were reluctant to send their kids to school and considered the education as an additional burden. But now, the Orang Asli Community has been equipped with educational plans to uplift their social status.

According to Orang Asli Development Department (JAKOA), Malaysia has a fixed action plan which was materialised to provide basic education from pre-school, primary, secondary, and tertiary level. Generally, it is a planning system that involves Orang Asli to acquire education in a more effective way.

This year alone, the government has announced that there are a total number of 98 Orang Asli schools in Peninsular Malaysia which currently accommodate 37,394 students (Astro Awani). The success is accompanied by complete infrastructures that attracted students to continue pursuing knowledge.

Holistically speaking, Orang Asli community is actually not an isolated cluster as bad-mouthed by many today. Their life may be bound to the old cultures and traditions, but chances should be continuously provided without disturbing their regular routines. As in line with current development, non-government organisations (NGO) also play a crucial role in helping to empower their social status to the frontline.

Through the Community Development Project, Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) as an international NGO also takes the initiative to continuously improve the social status of Orang Asli by engaging them in programmes such as the Qurban Perdana, Basic Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship Class, and Mushroom Cultivation Course.

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IRM into a More Integrated Humanitarian World

IRM into a More Integrated Humanitarian World

Bangi, 2 Jan 2018 – Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) is thrilled to embark on new a journey to further uplift humanitarian world through the Care 4 Hunger campaign in efforts to reduce starvation cases.

IRM Chief Executive Officer, Zairulshahfuddin Zainal Abidin said, “IRM plans to materialise the Care 4 Hunger campaign as aligned with our vision to help those who suffer from starvation.

Zairulshahfuddin also notes that the people who suffer from starvation are not in any favour for the cause but we as human are responsible to do something in relieving the case.

Apart from Care 4 Hunger, IRM will continue its main campaign namely Cheer to School and Emergency Winter Appeal.

Zairulshahfuddin also shared with the public that the Somalia Water Wakaf Fund (DWAS) 2.0 campaign will be launched soon this year.

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Unveiling life: Dialogue with Nur Sabrina Ahmad Fauzi

Unveiling life: Dialogue with Nur Sabrina Ahmad Fauzi

Sabrina, or Nur Sabrina Ahmad Fauzi is one of the beneficiaries of Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM). She is currently pursuing her studies at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) in the field of Industrial Design (Diploma) and is in the final year of study. This story is about her journey after receiving contribution from IRM.

“Initially, I was one of the candidates for Malaysian Certificate of Education (SPM) student program in 2015. Several other friends including me were the first group selected by IRM to take join the course. I am very grateful for the help given as it covers educational assistance as I am only an average student at school.

“The teachers who are chosen to as instructors are also committed and supportive to help me succeed through the program. The topics taught are all the same as what I learned at school. So it is very helpful for me to better understand the subject taught at school.

She said since joining the class, her mindset has changed to be more positive as she believes that the contribution offered was more than enough.

“Since joining, I keep on working wholeheartedly and in the last semester, I received the Dean’s Award which also made my parents proud.

“IRM actually helps me a lot in strengthening my self-esteem and all the contribution received such as fees and learning equipment has eased the burden that my family needs to bear. Most importantly, the help put a lot of gratitude in me and I couldn’t be more thankful.

When asked about the challenges she faces, the answer is brief. Sabrina is quite concerned about the condition of her parents without her presence at home.

“Living alone in university makes me even tougher for whatever challenges to come, I am very far apart from my parents, and what’s more to say my father has not fully recovered from stroke. My father suffered the ailment when I was 17, still busy for SPM examination but at that point I did not know.

“Furthermore I am only their child so the worries had me thinking more and more. So to overcome this, I need to be mentally and physically strong.”

Just like any other students out there, Sabrina sets her ambition high to move forward and wishes to give back to community.

“My aspiration is to become a designer, and I want to further my studies in doctorate level to become a lecturer. To me, with the knowledge I have acquired, I want to give back or contribute it to future students.

“It is with the guide of IRM, I believe my new life begins and I will continue to be successful and will never waste the opportunity given. I want to keep rising and be more competitive.

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Children of the Aborigine Explore Science

Children of the Aborigine Explore Science

Kuala Lumpur, 18 Dec 2018 – 30 Orang Asli Children from Sekolah Kebangsaan Buluh Nipis, Muadzam Shah, Pahang had the opportunity to explore science world through Science Exploration programme initiated by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM), at Petrosains, Kuala Lumpur.

The programme which lasted for three days puts an emphasis on the significance of science and technology in encouraging the pupils to always have interest in studies.

It has also indirectly helped develop their thinking skills with a mind full of curiosity to keep learning.

Apart from that, Science Exploration also exposed each student to understand better the modern life in the metropolitan, so they are more aware about the differences living in a city and rural areas.

To date, IRM has served the Aborigine in Kampung Buluh Nipis, Pahang with a host of programmes as a platform to improve their academic achievement and school attendance among the children.

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Corns Changing Factor

Corns Changing Factor

Who would have thought from glasses salesman, he is now a corn businessman. It sounds pretty easy to run a business regardless of the type of sales or products. But what is necessary is self-sufficiency and also high-spirit motivation in the quest to build the empire to sustain life in the future.

Dery Suwanda Yondisman, 31, is one of the successful entrepreneurs of Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) through a programme, Dare to Grow, Road to Global (D2G). Before venturing into business, he worked as a salesperson. However, his work required so much of his time until he decided to quit and start corn business.

“Previously I was a salesman at an optometry but after a while I resigned as I barely spent time with my family. Then, I tried joining a corn business. My brother introduced me this opportunity and I began as his assistant. So, I received a little wage as a salary.

“When I was working with my brother, the business can be considered new and we both diversified our products. From stewed corn, then we added corns in cup,” he said when met.

When asked about his involvement with IRM, Dery stated that the assistance was supposedly for his mother-in-law but then given to him as he is an entrepreneur.

“IRM started to knock my door, looking for my mother-in-law to help. But my mother-in-law suggested me as I manage corn business and at the same time IRM was looking for entrepreneurs. So, that’s the first touch with IRM,” he said.

Before participating the D2G program, the wages were quite small and Dery had to keep some savings in case of emergency. What’s more to say, Dery has a small baby who still needs disposable diapers and milk.

“Back then my salary was around RM70 to RM80 per day I sold a total of 110 corns. That’s my daily salary which I can say, including profit and loss. I also have a small baby at home, so the needs had to be divided. Besides the baby needs, I also covered my brother’s school expenses. He was about 12 years old.

“Before IRM came to help, my finances were not well managed. I’m working as usual, but the flow of money goes in and out of without having any records of cash flow. In fact, I’m still new in business world,” he said.

Normally, Dery will start working at 2 PM until 10 PM for eight hours. But in a case where the stocks run out, that’s the end of the day. Prior to owning a motorcycle, he ran his business at Solaris Dutamas but then transferred to Titiwangsa bus station, Jalan Pangkor.

When asked about customer’s response to its sales, Dery noted that the only challenge is high competition among corn sellers as it is popular. But according to him, he is among the young takers who run the business apart from the senior bussinessmen.

After assessment, IRM gave a three-wheel motorcycle to Dery to help facilitate the business. Not only that, through the D2G program, his life has changed a lot as much as he gained more business knowledge. As a result, Dery is now able to rent out motorcycles given by IRM to be brought for business purposes.

“I let my protégé use that motorcycle. It’s like an open opportunity to do business but on one condition that he should bring my brand and his daily earnings are his. What’s needed is, they should present my brand and pay royalty to me.

“Besides, I also have two men undergoing training with me. For example, if they were with me, I would have to add more corn stocks. Additional stock here means our income will increase so it can cover wages of my protege,” he explained in detail.

With the guidelines provided by IRM, Dery believes he is now more acquainted with the business world and sees it in a greater perspective. Previously, he had only two types of products: stewed corn and corn cups. After following the D2G program, he managed to produce frozen corn.

“My new product is ready-to-eat and does not require long process to cook. If you want to eat when it is hot, just boil it in hot water for about two to three minutes, and if you have a microwave, heat it for a minute.

“The plastic used as a wrapper is free of chemicals, so when it is heated, no chemicals will stick to the corn,” Dery added on its own product.

Dery is also positive about its product development and intends to expand its empire through the business, Nur Falah Sweet Corn. In the future, he intends to further diversify the corn products as he believes that corn has high potential to grow in the business.

In business, Dery will always bring the name of IRM as an honour because IRM has helped improve his standard of living. He wants the community to know that IRM has guided himself to become successful and is always ready to move forward and above the sky.

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Public Servant Utilising Volunteer Induction Course

Public Servant Utilising Volunteer Induction Course

Nilai, 5 Dis 2018 – 26 lecturers at Politeknik Nilai were given the opportunity to acquire humanitarian knowledge through Volunteer Induction Course (VIC) in understanding humanitarian issues conducted by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM)

The course delivered a unique approach as four main clusters of IRM namely International Programme, Domestic Programme, Communication and Campaign, and Volunteer Development which provided humanitarian exposure based on their expertise.

It has thus raised awareness of each participant throughout the programme to always be on the frontline in concerning about humanitarian issues that occur in the world.

Also included in the programme are Refreshment Game Zoomed In and Human Bingo. It also fostered the spirit of humanity and yielded a positive impact towards the staff of Politeknik Nilai to cooperate with IRM in the future.

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