COVID-19 Emergency Response
The spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is the most serious global health security threat in decades. Our hearts go out to all who have been affected by the outbreak, and we are deeply grateful to the thousands of healthcare workers who are on the front lines helping their communities.
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About Charity Right
Charity Right is an international food aid organisation that works in neglected communities around the world, feeding forgotten and underserved individuals.
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Our “Feed To Educate” Program Won Outstanding Flagship Project Award from United Nations Universities
Our sustainable approach to eradicate poverty has been acknowledged by the United Nations Universities. The “Feed to Educate” program has been awarded an Outstanding Flagship Award from United Nations University under contribution to UN Sustainable Development Goal 1: No Poverty.
Children in poverty are at a higher risk of dropping out of school.
We want to change that.
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Poverty is among the factors for children from low-income families to be at higher risk of dropping out of school and eventually absorbed into the workforce. We aim to solve this problem through our ‘Feed to Educate’ program.
In Bangladesh, 33% of all children under five suffer from malnutrition. Stunting (one of its symptoms) affects half of children this age. That means there are 7 million children who can’t develop to their full mental and physical potential because they don’t have enough food.
Between 2011 and 2016, over 1500 children under the age of 5 died in the Thar Desert, Pakistan. Within the first ten days of 2016, 17 children had died of starvation. Doctors say that malnutrition is the most common cause of death.
It’s estimated that eastern Sudan is home to over 100,000 Eritrean refugees, and has been since the 1960s due to the war for Eritrean independence, open-ended military service, and human rights violations. The majority of these refugees live in camps amid conditions that the UN once described as “intolerable.”
Over 1 million Uyghurs living in China have been subject to arbitrary arrests, confinement to camps, increased surveillance, and laws that ban religious items such as the Qur’an and Hijab. In essence, these Uyghurs are forbidden to be Muslim, and are victims of severe human rights abuses and violations.
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Feed the CommunityAs communication students at Sunway University, we understand that words and social media are powerful tools to inform and create action.RM1,415.00 donated of RM1,000.00 goal
Helping HandHelping to raise money to feed the underprivileged during these challenging times.RM685.00 donated of RM2,500.00 goal
Gift a child the power to live!My name is Anna and I am originally from Kazakhstan. Have spent more than 7 years in Malaysia and contributed a lot in the development of unprivileged citizens because I believe that everyone deserves the right for a greater future.RM871.48 donated of RM700.00 goal
23rd Birthday Wish: Give More Than ReceiveKita kurang berjaya bukan kerana kita kurang menerima, tetapi kita kurang memberi.RM0.00 donated of RM4,300.00 goal
COVID-19 Emergency Response – MalaysiaOur hearts go out to all who have been affected by the outbreak, and we are deeply grateful to the thousands of healthcare workers who are on the front lines helping their communities.RM700,430.00 donated of RM1,000,000.00 goal
#TGIF – Thank God It’s Food!Every Friday, 150-200 packs of hot meals will be provided to underprivileged communities, to feed the forgotten and underserved individuals, such as the homeless, the orphans and the urban poor.RM2,732.00 donated of RM35,000.00 goal
Covid-19 taught me in a different way. Everybody is talking about a new norm that leads our lives. We need to comply with the standard operating procedures set by the government. Some of us are badly affected during this pandemic.
Knowing that there are people who couldn’t afford to buy necessary things, especially food breaks my heart. That is why I started to find a medium to donate. It makes me happy and calm at the same time because I know the donation will be used for good deeds.
I believe these kinds of movements deserve to be acknowledged. Thank you, for taking care of them on our behalf.
In rural areas, sometimes, the children do not eat (on a regular basis). In one of our visits to a student’s house, they did not even have a single grain of rice. When the family received the food assistance from Charity Right Malaysia, they couldn’t express in words the gratitude they felt towards us, and especially towards Charity Right Malaysia. We as teachers were unable to assist these students with large funds, but with the assistance of Charity Right Malaysia, many of our families are now supported and we see a significant change in the students, they are more positive to continue learning.
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