Funding for the SECC refugee school in Malaysia

Funding for the SECC refugee school in Malaysia

From Carolyn Morris

I have been volunteering at SECC refugee school for the past 2 years or so and I do this because I love helping refugees and I've lead community projects to help refugees all my life.

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This refugee school is located in a remote area with no funding from the UN or other organizations. it is a sad fact that most families send the older child to work instead of supporting their education. This is why we must provide quality education and create trust in our school so they continue to support their children's education, funding is desperately needed to help educate and support refugee children to pursue a promising futureThe school is run by 2 NGO volunteers. The school is a non-profit, Non-governmental organization that relies on generous donations from ordinary people to keep running.

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