Kuala Lumpur, 15th March 2016: MERCY Malaysia, a non-profit humanitarian organisation, will be hosting its third International Humanitarian Run, #myMERCYrun, which will be held in Padang Merbok on 1st May 2016. Themed ‘Run Like A Superhero’, this year’s charity run leverages the heroic efforts of those who are willing to help one another in times of need, similar to what can be seen in MERCY Malaysia’s humanitarian work…

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Calling all Marathoners, Trail seekers and runners all over Malaysia that love mother nature!

MERCY Malaysia Sabah Chapter is organising ‘Trek & Raise Funds’, a fundraising through Donation Card drive.  The ‘trek’ is called ‘Salt Trail Challenge’ will be held on 21 May-22 May 2016 (Sat-Sun) at Crocker Range National Park Sabah.  This is one of Sabah Parks gazetted parks which is loaded with tall and shady trees, cool and clear river, up and down hills that will definitely make your adrenaline rush.

Feel your life back to basic for 1 day and 1 night with:

  • No telephone line but real connection with human.
  • No comfort mattress but sleeping bag.
  • No water heater but clear river water.
  • No special food but ordinary food prepared with warmed heart from villagers.
  • No electricity but generator provided in the evening with the million stars at skies.

If you wish to join, Donation Card is available at:

1) MERCY Malaysia HQ, Kuala Lumpur-  Please contact Ms Ain at 019-314 0769

2) MERCY Malaysia Sabah Chapter – Please contact Ms Edna at 019-311 6182 / Ms Ivy at 019-268 2789

Download donation card here:

Donation-Card STC2016 1.pdf 

Donation-Card STC2016 2.pdf

Children in Bekaa Valley welcome MERCY Malaysia!

First child-friendly space for the young ones brings normalcy in dire conditions

January 16, 2016, Bekaa Valley, Lebanon:

Every child deserves the right to play. But if you are a very young Syrian in a refugee camp in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, life is anything but normal.
Especially when you cannot go to a regular school, mingle with children your own age and end up facing cold wintry nights with rationed heating.

Living within the confines of their camp walls, running in little alleys separating their ‘container’ homes, MERCY Malaysia stepped in recently and opened a much needed child-friendly space for the young ones in the Faida camp.

Designed to help children play in peace and privacy, learn new things, listen to stories and express themselves through games, this space will help them return to some form of normalcy. These creative diversions are helpful for their development as they cannot attend local schools.
Or interact with the population outside their camps.
Local volunteer teachers take turns to supervise the children, and children from nearby camps also make an effort to come.

MERCY Malaysia’s team arrived on Jan 13, its 4th mission to help the Syrian refugees, where temperatures fall to sub-zero at night.
They are now visiting five camps in Bekaa Valley helping almost 500 families with humanitarian assistance and much needed hope for the neglected children.

Consisting of Team Leader En Norazam Ab. Samah, assisted by Mohammad Said Alhudzari and Muhammad Abdullah Ishari, plus MERCY Malaysia’s embedded media team, this trip also includes distribution of essential food parcels, blankets, heaters, fuel, medicines and clinic supplies.

Visiting the heart of the Bekaa Valley, namely refugee camps in Farah (45 families), Auda (300 families), Abrar (65 families), Faidah (26 families) and Ewak (30 families), MERCY Malaysia is reaching out to over 2,500 displaced Syrians this time.

From a conflict now in its fifth year, over 1.2 million Syrian refugees are in Lebanon.

More than half of them are young children!

To help go to