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DALAM usaha memastikan semua pelajar di negara ini mendapat kesamarataan pendidikan berkualiti demi melahirkan pemimpin masa depan, jenama produk isi rumah TOP sekali lagi mengambil inisiatif melancarkan Kempen Cerahi Kehidupan Bersama TOP.

Program tanggungjawab sosial korporat (CSR) yang dijalankan bersama pasar raya Tesco itu memfokuskan pada misi membantu kumpulan murid dan pelajar dalam kalangan masyarakat Orang Asli.

Selain menggalakkan mereka ke sekolah dengan kelengkapan mencukupi dan kepentingan pendidikan dalam kehidupan, matlamat Kempen Cerahi Kehidupan Bersama TOP itu turut membantu meningkatkan keyakinan diri para pelajar.

Pada masa sama, mahu mendidik anak-anak Orang Asli tentang keperluan menitikberatkan aspek penampilan diri yang bersih dan kemas.

Menurut Pengurus Pemasaran (Divisyen Penjagaan Fabrik) Southern Lion Sdn Bhd, Ling Ai Li, inisiatif utama kempen berkenaan adalah untuk mengurangkan beban kewangan keluarga Orang Asli di Pos Tenau, Ulu Slim, Perak dan Kuala Rompin serta Sungai Lembing di Pahang.

Ujar beliau, masyarakat Orang Asli mewakili hanya 0.7 peratus daripada populasi rakyat Malaysia yang mana sebahagian besarnya tinggal di bawah garis kemiskinan.

“Menurut Pelan Pembangunan Pendidikan Malaysia 2013-2025, transisi pelajar Orang Asli daripada sekolah rendah ke sekolah menengah adalah sebanyak 73.1 peratus berbanding purata kebangsaan iaitu 87.19 peratus pada 2017.

“Sementara itu, kadar purata kadar kehadiran pelajar Orang Asli ke sekolah rendah pula sebanyak 87.4 peratus lebih rendah berbanding purata kebangsaan.

“Justeru, bagi meningkatkan semangat baik murid mahupun pelajar daripada kalangan masyarakat berkenaan ke sekolah, kami bersama rakan strategik (Tesco) mengagihkan pakaian seragam, kasut, stokin, beg sekolah, alat tulis dan buku latihan,” katanya dalam satu kenyataan kepada Femina baru-baru ini.

Direkodkan, kempen yang memasuki tahun keempat itu telah membantu lebih 1,800 orang pelajar dan murid berusia antara tujuh hingga 17 tahun daripada pelbagai pertubuhan bukan kerajaan.

Bagi menjayakan kempen tersebut 30 sen hasil jualan produk terpilih jenama TOP di semua cawangan Tesco dan Tesco Online yang bermula pada 15 November hingga 15 Disember tahun lalu digunakan untuk membeli keperluan kanak-kanak Orang Asli kembali ke sekolah.

-sinarharian

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SHAH ALAM – Kisah seorang kanak-kanak perempuan yang menjual tisu di jalanan demi membantu ibunya yang cacat penglihatan mengundang sebak di kalangan warga maya yang membacanya.

Perkara tersebut dikongsikan oleh seorang cikgu, Mohd Fadli Salleh di laman Facebooknya yang menceritakan kanak-kanak perempuan berusia 9 tahun berkorban diri turun ke jalanan dan menjual tisu bagi membantu menyara keluarganya.

Lebih menyedihkan, upah ibunya yang hanya bekerja sebagai tukang urut tidak cukup yang menyebabkan ketiga-tiga anaknya yang berusia di antara 16 tahun sehingga 9 tahun tidak lagi bersekolah.

“Ibunya Orang Kurang Upaya (OKU) penglihatan. Mampu jadi tukang urut sahaja. Itu pun gajinya yang tidak besar mana. Bantuan Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakt (JKM) dan Baitulmal sebelum ini mereka dapat, namun untuk tahun ini katanya masih dalam proses.

“Hari ini, aku pergi ziarah, jumpa mereka dan berbincang dengan cara baik. Kami pergi bukan untuk menghakimi kehidupan mereka, bukan juga untuk menjatuhkan hukuman, jauh sekali nak mengecam dan menyindir atau menghina,” tulisnya.

Dalam pada itu, Mohd Fadli berkata pihaknya telah menawarkan bantuan kewangan dan barangan dapur setiap bulan demi memastikan kesemua anaknya bersekolah dan tidak lagi menjual tisu demi menyara keluarga.

Menurutnya, dia juga akan memastikan bantuan daripada Baitumal dan JKM akan kembali dinikmati oleh mereka selain membantu membayarkan sewa rumah tiga bulan pertama buat keluarga itu.

“Ini demi memastikan anak perempuan mereka yang berusia 9 tahun itu kembali ke sekolah dan tidak lagi mengemis di jalanan. Aku sangat risaukan anak perempuannya yang menjual tisu itu.

“Dah ada beberapa laporan aku terima, budak perempuan menjual tisu dan akhirnya menjual badan untuk RM5-RM10 kepada pemandu teksi dan Bangla sebelum ini. Aku tak nak peristiwa serupa menimpa anak yang comel ini.

“Penawaran ini perlu untuk menggantikan pendapatan yang hilang. Alhamdulillah, mereka bersetuju. Rasa nak sujud syukur tadi,” katanya.

Sementara itu, perkongsian Mohd Fadli kini tular di media sosial yang meraih 4,800 tanda suka dan 238 warga maya berkongsi kisah tersebut

Rata-rata netizen bersimpati atas nasib yang diterima oleh kanak-kanak tersebut di samping berterima kasih kepada cikgu tersebut kerana telah banyak membantu golongan yang memerlukan.

“Kisah ini betul-betul buat aku sedih. Tak sangka masih ada lagi insan yang hidup betul-betul dalam keadaan daif. Terima kasih cikgu Mohd Fadli kerana telah banyak membantu masyarakat khususnya anak-anak sekolah yang memerlukan bantuan,” tulis Rahmayana di Facebook.

-sinarharian

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Many people may already know that Influenza A is a pretty severe disease that can land you in hospital for days, if not weeks. The symptoms can be difficult to endure and the disease itself is also highly contagious. But what many didn’t know is that Influenza A, if not treated properly, can claim the lives of many people, especially those who are most prone to the disease ie; children  and the elderly.

Unfortunately, the widespread outbreak of Influenza A in Malaysia has allegedly claimed yet another victim, according to Oriental Daily. Nur Dinie Damia Muhammad Noor Ain, who was only seven-years-old, had succumbed to complications due to suspected influenza.

Prior to this, she was being treated at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Sultanah Aminah Hospital (HSA), where doctors had said that she had been suffering from physical organ failure, heart failure, and impaired brain function, but still had a heartbeat. Her father announced her death to the media via WhatsApp.

It was said that she had suffered from a severe high fever on 5th January and when brought to a clinic, was diagnosed with Influenza A. However, a PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test was conducted and found that she did not have Influenza A.

An autopsy will be conducted to obtain more information about the cause of her death.

We extend our deepest condolences to the family of Nur Dinie during this difficult time, and would like to remind everyone reading this to keep an eye on your health, as there can be no telling if you are suffering from Influenza A or not. 

-worldofbuzz

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What were you doing when you were 12-years-old? For most of us, we probably recall fond days of playing on the PS2, or maybe going out cycling with friends to the nearest taman or playground, then buying snacks from the pak cik who parks his motorbike nearby. Whatever the memory may be, we probably weren’t doing a lot of adult-things at 12-years-old, kan. But you will be surprised to know that one 12-year-old boy has managed to defy his peers with his sheer talents!

In a Facebook post that has recently gone viral, it is revealed that 12-year-old Airiel Haziq is already capable of drafting up incredible architectural drawings and layout plans, despite his young age and not having any formal training whatsoever! His father, Mohd Hardy, had only started noticing his son’s impressive talent when he was about 10 or 11-years-old.

“I would always find a lot of sketches of very modern building or home designs on his desk, so me and my wife decided to support his passion and bought him a proper drawing board, a T-square set and all.

We even started buying him Form 4 and Form 5 reference books for perspective drawing and engineering when we noticed his talents really started advancing.” he said.

So how talented is he today? Well, apparently Airiel is so good at what he does, he even knows how to use professional 3D architecture design software on his computer, just like a proper architect!


Knowing that they had intended to renovate their kitchen and bathroom, Airiel’s father decided to let him take charge of the renovations. Again, remember that he’s only 12-year-old! So what was the end result? Incredible, of course. See for yourself!

After his talents became viral, many netizens heaped him with praise for his incredible work, as well as complimenting his parents for allowing him to pursue his passions and nurturing it as he went along. After all, family support is what truly makes a child’s dreams come true!

We definitely have to say we’re impressed with Airiel’s skill, and hope to see that his family continues to support his interests and allow him to truly flourish with them! After all, talent like this is hard to come by and definitely shouldn’t go to waste! 

-worldofbuzz

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If you haven’t paid off all your samans, you just got lucky for waiting this long!

You can now get a 50% discount for all your outstanding summonses from 18th January to 1st February, said Bukit Aman Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department (JSPT) director Datuk Azisman Alias.

What’s even better is that you don’t have to queue up for hours to pay your summonses like you used to do in the past. Instead, you can pay them online which makes it a whole lot faster and easier!

According to The Star, Azisman said that this year, the police are advising citizens to use e-payments to settle their outstanding summonses, especially during this festive season.

“You can make payments online via MyEG and Rilek.com.my,” he said in a special press conference in conjunction with the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) 2019 achievements and 2020 plans here Monday (Jan 13).

He added that 5,763 cases of fatal accidents were reported last year compared to 5,870 cases in the previous year, 2018.

“This is JSPT’s key performance index where we have reduced fatal accidents by 107 cases or 1.8%. Although the number is small, this is our KPI, and we expect this number to reduce every year,” he said.

It’s great to hear that the yearly amount of traffic accidents have been reduced! And if you’ve got some unsettled payments to do, hop online and pay them off this 18th January to 1st February.

-worldofbuzz

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Young child dies in Bayan Lepas blaze

January 10, 2020 | News | No Comments

BALIK PULAU: A family was overcome with grief when their six-year old daughter perished in a fire which engulfed their double-storey house in Taman Lip Sin in Bayan Lepas here.

Almost 60% of the property was destroyed in the blaze which started from the top floor.

The fire spread quickly, owing to the high humidity, to an extent that it took only minutes to reach the ground floor.

Firemen who arrived at the scene at around 4.20pm managed to contain the blaze but were unable to save the child who was believed to have been trapped on the top floor.

State Fire and Rescue Department operations officer Shamsol Alam Man confirmed the incident and said that a detailed investigation would be carried out.

State welfare committee chairman Phee Boon Poh expressed his condolences on the incident on social media.

-thesundaily

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The monorail transport system in Putrajaya is expected to be complete before 2025, with the line extended to Cyberajaya, Bangi and Kajang, according to Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abd Samad.

He said the project was one of the main focuses of the government in upgrading the transportation system in Putrajaya and in attracting more visitors to the administrative centre.

“After 25 years, one of the unfinished development projects in Putrajaya is the monorail project so we are focusing on reviving the project as the infrastructure including the bridge and tunnel have been left hanging,“ he said.

Speaking at a press conference here today, he said following discussions with the Ministry of Transport it was decided that a new line would be included.

“In the Putrajaya area, we will stick to the original plan but the line will be connected to Kajang, Bangi, Cyberjaya and will be integrated with the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project, Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system and Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR),” he said.

Khalid said the monorail construction project including the request for proposal (RFP) process would be initiated by the Ministry of Transport as the project would extend to Cyberjaya, Kajang and Bangi areas, which are under the jurisdiction of the Selangor state government.

On the redevelopment plan for Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Khalid said there was no reason for the government to use the Land Acquisition Act 1960 to acquire the land as the government’s offer price was already good.

“We are now explaining our offer to everyone and as the offer is attractive, good and fair there is no reason for them to decline,“ he said.

According to him, almost 50% of the landowners have responded to the offer and of the total 97% have agreed to the offer.

The government has made a new offer of RM1,000 per square feet to Kampung Baru landowners as compared to RM850 previously, to facilitate redevelopment of the area.

For the new price, RM850 is in cash and RM150 is in the form of shares.

-thesundaily

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Lelaki ‘pau’ duit budak sekolah

January 10, 2020 | Viral | No Comments

Tindakan seorang lelaki membuli beberapa pelajar dengan meminta wang mengundang kecaman di kalangan warga maya.

Insiden tersebut dikongsi oleh Wira Gsr Faizal melalui laman Facebooknya yang memaparkan seorang lelaki menahan sekumpulan pelajar untuk meminta sejumlah wang.

Menerusi video berkenaan, ada di antara pelajar telah memberikan sejumlah wang kepada lelaki tersebut kerana terlalu takut.

Namun salah seorang pelajar tidak mempunyai wang dan telah menawarkan jam sebagai pertukaran namun lelaki tersebut tidak menginginkannya dan bertindak menyepak mangsa.

Perkongsian video yang berdurasi 30 saat itu kini tular di media sosial yang kini meraih 10,000 tontonan dan 2,500 warganet telah berkongsi kisah tersebut.

Rata-rata netizen mengutuk tindakan lelaki tersebut yang mengharapkan agar insiden itu dilaporkan kepada pihak polis.

“Aku geram sahaja tengok lelaki itu ‘pau’ duit budak sekolah macam itu sahaja. Aku syak mamat ni lalok dadah dari gaya mukanya. Ibu bapa mangsa laporkan perkara ini pada pihak polis supaya boleh diambil tindakan,” tulis Ibrahim Saad di Facebook.

Diana Rahman pula memberitahu, “Ehh, acah-acahnya aku tengok lelaki itu ambil duit budak budak ini tapi aku nampak dia ini dengan budak budak sahaja berani. Kalau polis datang ini, mahu mamat lelaki itu berterabur lari.”

-sinarharian

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After the excitement of the Quadrantids meteor shower that took place on 4th-5th January, many of you sky gazers have been eagerly waiting for the next wondrous sighting to look forward to.

Well, it looks like you won’t have to wait much longer as the penumbral eclipse will be visible to us on 11th January!

For those of you who don’t know, this is when the moon passes through the edges of the Earth’s ‘shadow’ that our planet casts into space, which will make a portion of the Sun’s light obscured.

The penumbral lunar eclipse is different from other total lunar eclipses as the moon doesn’t entirely pass through the Earth’s shadow-which is why the surface of the moon won’t appear to turn a reddish tint as how we view normal lunar eclipses from Earth, as reported by iNews. But what makes this eclipse so exciting is that it coincides with a full moon!

“When a full moon is combined with a penumbral lunar eclipse, you will still be able to see the moon in the sky, it will just appear darker than usual”, according to the Sun.

What you can expect to witness is the subtle dimming of the lunar surface that might not make much of a difference to the naked eye, but you’ll definitely see an obvious difference if you’re shooting the phenomenon with a camera. Take note, photographers!

According to Universe Today, “Asia, Europe and northeastern Africa will see Saturday’s lunar eclipse in its entirety”, so you should be able to catch the phenomenon if factors such as light pollution, weather and cloud visibility are favorable.

The penumbral eclipse will be made visible to us at 1:07 a.m. on January 11th. It will reach its peak at 3:10 a.m with a magnitude of 0.12, before ending at 5:12 a.m, lasting for approximately four hours and five minutes, as recorded by timeanddate.com.

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You can adopt these furry friends from wherever you are in the world!

Everyone has heard about the disastrous forest fires in Australia that have sadly wiped out more than 1 billion animals, including thousands of the country’s favourite cute and cuddly national animals, the koalas.

Local ecologists estimate that more than 8,000 koalas have been killed, with more recorded each day. With 30% of these precious creatures now gone because they’re physically unable to escape the fires fast enough, the world fears for the future of these lovable animals.

However, thanks to the internet, we can now take part in helping to adopt these adorable creatures. Before anyone asks, YES, you can adopt them even if you’re not in Australia!

A koala hospital in New South Wales known as, Port Macquarie Koala Hospital, allows you to adopt the wild koalas in their care from wherever you are in the world. The hospital has been helping injured and sick koalas all over the region for years now and they’re especially doing a big part to take care of the poor animals that have been affected by the recent mass bush fires.

You can adopt a koala by firstly visiting the hospital’s website and choosing the koala you’d like to adopt. Once you’ve selected your furry friend, you can choose from three different packages on how you would like to support them!

  • AUD40 (RM 112.90) per year and you’ll receive an e-certificate from the hospital of the adopted koala’s picture and name as well as the adopter’s name.
  • AUD70 (RM 197.57) You’ll get a physical certificate, a hospital booklet about koalas, your adopted koalas background, a koala bookmark and a copy of the hospital’s magazine delivered to you!

Rest assured, all the money will go to medical treatment for the koalas as well as the funding of educational materials to raise awareness about these creatures in need.

Love koalas but too broke to afford adopting one? Don’t worry, there are other options for you! You can always donate to the hospital’s GoFundMe page, specifically tailored to help koalas that have been affected by the bushfires.

As of today, the page has received a whooping AUD 5,379,182-exceeding their initial goal of AUD 25,000 by a long shot.

It’s so heartwarming to see the world come together in the name of kindness to help out a nation in desperate need. Let’s keep praying and spreading awareness about Australia! 

-worldofbuzz

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