Mutiara Aman School, Cyberjaya

The Mutiara Aman School Cyberjaya opened its door in late 2017 with the focus of providing affordable education based on the IGCSE curriculum to the local community. Being an area with many refugees, where the children do not have access to formal education, the refugee parents, mostly from Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, decided to enroll their children there.

According to the founder, Ustadh Abdullah Mohamad, some of the refugee children have not attended school for years due to conflict, and some even have lost their connection with the Qur'an because there weren't any proper education. Through the school's curriculum, the children are taught to read the Qur'an with proper tajweed, and the teachers help them to reintegrate into schooling life, reigniting their passion for knowledge.

We need about RM12,500 per month to continuously provide food assistance to the school and help the refugee families that send their children there.

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Akademi Rohingya Malaysia, Kajang

Akademi Rohingya Malaysia is a social enterprise with a vision to build and empower the Rohingya community in Malaysia through community and education development.

Realizing that quality education is a right of every child, Akademi Rohingya Malaysia starts an initiative by adopting Al-Islamiyah Alternative Education Center, a Rohingya school in Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia. They started to engage with the school since 2016 and officially took over the administration of the school since February 2018.

Their commitment towards providing quality education to refugee children drove us to lend a helping hand by providing the school with regular food assistance every month.

To achieve this, we are raising RM10,000 per month that will allow us to feed over 200 refugees from the school (the children and their family).

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Maahad Tahfiz Al Quran Al Ikhwaniah, Puchong

Maahad Tahfiz Al Quran Al Ikhwaniah is a refugee school situated near Masjid Jamek Bt. 12, Puchong, Selangor. It is managed by United Arakan Institute Malaysia whose mission is to provide the highest level of education for Rohingya orphans and refugees so they can aspire to be prominent leaders and contributors to society and to provide love and nurturing care to them so they can have a proper childhood.

The school currently places about 80 students from 4 to 15 years old. Mercy Mission Malaysia, Charity Right's parent organisation, is helping the school to set up a blended syllabus of IGCSE and Islamic studies through the Rohingya Education Project.

Charity Right is helping about 140 refugees (the families and their children) from this school and is raising RM7,000 per month for that purpose.

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