Displaced but Belong

The story of the forcibly displaced and stateless in Malaysia.

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Upcoming Events

World Refugee Day Celebration Event

Join our physical celebration in Kuala Lumpur on live on Youtube!

Pop-Up Art Exhibition

Get in touch with us to hold a pop-up art exhibition in your location! Email us: corporatecommunication@ecb.org.my

World Refugee Day Event

In partnership with Methodist Crisis Relief and Development, we will be hosting a World Refugee Day 2022 celebration event, there will also be insightful sharing from humanitarian professionals and refugees about the challenges they face and their anticipation for the future. So let’s join us to learn about the culture and identity of our refugee friends!



Venue Address
SkyArk Event Spaces (Rustic Hall), 3-10, Lakeville Lifestyle Shoplot, Jalan Sibu, Taman Wahyu, 68100 KL. 

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Forcibly displaced people worldwide (May 2022)
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Children below 18 years of age are forcibly displaced (end-2020)
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A conversation with Ikram, a refugee teenager

Hi I’m Ikram and right now I’m currently working in ElShaddai Centre as a teacher, the school where I studied before. This is my story.

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Christmas Fundraising 2021

Empowering Communities, Transforming Lives.

Help the marginalized and displaced families to rebuild their lives. The effect of the pandemic has been devastating for our whole society, especially to the most vulnerable among us. The families ElShaddai Centre work with are now seeking to rebuild their lives with dignity.