Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Masyarakat

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From left: Mr. Andy Toh, Kon Onn Sein, James Au & Ms. Koh Wee Lee

Contribution to Yayasan Kajian dan Pembangunan Masyarakat (Orang Asli) in Ulu Gumum, Pahang to purchase a water pump for the organic farming. MHEA contributed MYR5,000 & Radius Synergy Sdn Bhd MYR1,000. Total contribution MYR6,000.

Pertubuhan Kebajikan Perlindungan Jothi Viyasan. (Orphanage Home) Registration number: (PPM-014-05-23102017)

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As the year going to end, Let’s together Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right. May the Year 2019 Bring For You, Happiness, Success And Filled With Peace, Hope & Togetherness Of Your Life. Life was tough indeed and filled with ups and down. I’m Latha from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Perlindungan Jothi Viyasan Negeri Sembilan. Would like to raise funds for our students at our home as the school are starting soon. Studies are very important part of every students. It helps them to gain knowledge or learning. I wish that each and every students in our home can gain some knowledge by your helps. We Pertubuhan Kebajikan Perlindungan Jothi Viyasan Negeri Sembilan having total of 33 kindergarten, primary and secondary students. They are 16 primary students, 12 secondary students, 3 OKU students and 2 kindergarten students. We are raising funds to pay and buy their registration fees, school attire and some stationeries from their school book shop. Account number: CIMB Bank : 8009757238 (Pertubuhan Kebajikan Perlindungan Jothi Viyasan Negeri Sembilan)
Contact number: Ms. Latha- 0102120415 or Karpagam- 0146620072
Address: No 735, Jalan Temiang, Kampung Bukit Jong,70200, Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.

CSR Activities

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Place: Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Peribadi Mulia, Kajang (Orphanage Home)
Date of Visit: 9 June 2018


Place: Pertubuhan Amal Murni Kajang (Old Folks Home)
Date of Visit: 9 June 2018

UV Level Now Extreme

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PETALING JAYA: The public should be concerned by the high level of ultraviolet (UV) radiation in the country, and should take measures to avoid its harmful effects. According to the Meteorological Department (Met Dept), the UV index reading here varies with the time of the day, and could reach a high of 15 in the afternoon on a clear day. Its Atmospheric Science and Cloud Seeding Division told the Sun the readings reach their peak between 10am and 3pm on a typical day, and that readings for this year have been comparable to previous years. Any readings of 11 or more are considered as extreme, according to the international standard measurement of the level of UV radiation exposure. “It means extreme risk of harm from unprotected sun exposure. Take all precautions because unprotected skin and eyes can burn in minutes,” the World Health Organisation explained on its website. Dermatologist Dr. Nurashikin Ahmad said long exposure to extreme UV radiation of over 15 minutes could cause both acute and chronic long term skin effects.
“Those with sensitive skin for example are more exposed to these acute effects, like having itchiness, and sun burns. As for the long term effect, it could lead to photo-ageing like wrinkles or even skin cancer. “So in general, the public should be worried, because considering our climate, we are exposed most of the time to sunlight,” she said. Consultant dermatologist Dr. Ch’ng Chin Chwen said even for a person with good skin, extreme UV exposure could trigger skin diseases, or lead to dry skin and more pigmentation. She added that while sunscreen helps reduce this, it does not block UV rays completely. “Umbrellas too do not filter UV completely, and you can even still be exposed to the dangers of UV through reflections from windows and cars,” she said. The Met Dept said it is hard to gauge the average value of the UV index as it is totally dependent on the location, weather conditions and the amount of cloud cover.