Increased awareness of the importance of education in the community

A lot of factories may be found in the industrial region where Sungai Buloh Centre is located. The majority of our students are Indonesian, Burmese, and Rohingya. The teachers at the Sungai Buloh Center have been conducting First Teacher Project activities as well as frequent home visits. In addition to teaching the moms English, this will encourage the mothers to teach their young children.

Unfortunately, some of our students have relocated together with their parents, while some others have made the decision to quit coming as a result of transportation issues.

A Rohingya teacher is currently present with us. As she has a compassionate heart for the kids and is eager to learn, we have equipped and enabled her to teach them in the centre. We look forward to journey with her and all our teachers and students.

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