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Suriana Welfare Society - Advocating for those in crisis

Dr James Nayagam, Chairman, Suriana Welfare Society

13-Aug-21 15:00

Suriana Welfare Society - Advocating for those in crisis

Established back in 2010, the NGO Suriana Welfare Society has been providing aid to underprivileged communities, empowering mothers with income-generating projects, and providing educational activities to children who need them. We find out more about the work they do from Dr James Nayagam, the Chairman of Suriana Welfare Society.

Image source: Suriana Welfare Society Malaysia Facebook 

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs


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