Download Brochure Frost the Trail myMERCYrun 2017

MERCY Malaysia and Frost & Sullivan are collaborating for the first time to organise the Frost the Trail myMERCYrun 2017, which is aimed at raising awareness about MERCY Malaysia’s local and international humanitarian efforts, as well as raising funds for its humanitarian work.

 

To register for the Frost the Trail myMERCYrun 2017, please visit the MERCY Malaysia and Frost the Trail myMERCYrun 2017 at https://www.simplygiving.com/Event/FTTMMR2017

Download the brochure here: FA-FTT_KL_Brochure 2017_Final

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MERCY MALAYSIA IN MYANMAR

Myanmar1. MAGWAY, MYANMAR
On 18 – 25 February 2017, MERCY Malaysia’s medical team on our 5th Cleft Lip & Palate Surgical Mission to Magway, Myanmar, performed treatment on 50 children at Magway Regional Hospital.

2. KYAUK TAN
The appalling conditions of Kyauk Tan Sub-Rural Health Center concerned safety of the community has led MERCY Malaysia – led by our Director of Programme Development & Operations, Mr. Norazam Ab Samah – to discuss the reconstruction and renovation of the centre with the Rakhine State Health Department (SHD) in order to ensure that communities in and surrounding Kyauk Tan including 11 villages in the area are able to access a more quality Primary Healthcare (PHC) services in future.

3. THET KEL PYIN
The SRHC in Thet Kel Pyin, also near Sittwe Town, which is the only Emergency Referral Centre serving IDP camps and villages for communities staying outside of Sittwe Town, had been renovated to increase its capacity of managing patients to ensure it offers continuous and quality services. Managed by SHD of Sittwe and supported by International NGO including MERCY Malaysia, the service at Thet Kel Pyin SRHC will run for seven  days a week to ensure referral services are available for the communities, including provision on staffing and medical supplies.

4. BAW DU PHA
Apart from providing primary healthcare (PHC) services for IDPs, MERCY Malaysia has also supported the Rakhine SHD during their on-going health campaign including EPI & Polio Distribution of hygiene kits to 1350 families in Baw Du Pha, one of the IDP camp outside of Sittwe. In Sittweealone, with 1015 hygiene kits distributed to households inside the IDPs Camps and villages around the area, the PHC services are now covering 9 sites near the area including three static and six mobile clinics both in the villages as well as IDP camps, providing free consultation and medicines as prescribed by the medical officers.

5. SITTWE
With 1015 hygiene kits distributed to households inside the IDPs Camps and villages around the area, the PHC services are now covering 9 sites near the area including three static and six mobile clinics both in the villages as well as IDP camps, providing free consultation and medicines as prescribed by the medical officers.

6. MAUNGDAW, NORTHERN RAKHINE
MERCY Malaysia team distributed hygiene kits and tarpaulin sheets designated for four villages in North Maungdaw. Some essential medical supplies were also distributed to Maungdaw station hospital during the visit upon receiving an official request from the Township Medical Officer (TMO). On 10 March 2017, MERCY Malaysia also donated a generator for Maungdaw Station hospital. The handing over was attended by Representative of the TMO Dr. Myat Htun Khine and MERCY Malaysia Director of Programme Development & Operations, Mr. Norazam Ab Samah.

MERCY MALAYSIA ENTERS GAZA FOR FIRST TIME AFTER TWO YEARS, 11 DECEMBER 2016

download (8)On 11 December 2016, for the first time in 2 years, MERCY Malaysia entered Gaza through the Rafah border crossing in Egypt to deliver humanitarian aid to the Gazan people. This mission marks the first humanitarian mission allowed to enter through the Rafah border since the border crossing was permanently closed in 2014.

The humanitarian mission into Gaza was led by the Malaysian Ambassador to Egypt and Palestine Datuk Ku Jaafar Ku Shaari, as well as MERCY Malaysia Director of Programme Development and Operations, Norazam Ab Samah. Two other Malaysian embassy officers were also present throughout the mission in order to assess projects being carried out by Malaysia apart from providing humanitarian aid.

MERCY Malaysia launched the Al Amal Centre Building, both a psychosocial centre for psycho-social programmes to be conducted, as well as a school for less privileged children and children with disabilities. Also launched, a new laboratory for the Faculty of Medicine at Islamic University of Gaza, each worth US$ 200,000 (RM 884,000). Apart from the delivery of food and winter amenities to families for upcoming winter months, MERCY Malaysia also conducted a workshop on ‘Sustainable Hospital’ at the Islamic University of Gaza.

Since 2008, MERCY Malaysia has channelled RM$18 million into Gaza, being the contributions of concerned Malaysians.