Movement Control Order: We are Thankful

“We are thankful because everyone is healthy,” said Zikri*(not real name), a Myanmar Rohingya refugee currently living in Malaysia.

We first met Zikri* a few years ago when he joined us in ElShaddai Centre. He is a hardworking person and a loving family man. Currently, there are 11 people, which make up 3 families, living together in his house.

Though time is tough since none of them has been working since the Movement Control Order was announced, Zikri* remained grateful and positive. The cause of his gratefulness is that everyone in the household is healthy so far. There are many people, including ElShaddai Centre, who have been very generous and helpful, ensuring that there is still food on the table.

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