Enough funds raised to help girl undergo liver transplant

30/5/2022 2:40:00 PM

GENEROUS Malaysians have come forward again to make a life-changing difference to an ill child.

Generous Malaysians have come forward again to make a life-changing difference to an ill child.

GENEROUS Malaysians have come forward again to make a life-changing difference to an ill child.

This time, their contributions will enable eight-year-old Natalie Soo Lok Minun undergo an urgent liver transplant.for the latest news you need to know.Credit: Bomba & Penyelamat Negeri Pahang/FACEBOOK KUANTAN : A girl who was reported missing while attending an Aidilfitri open house organised by her family at a raft house in Bukit Rangin here, on Friday night was found drowned today.- AP SINGAPORE, May 28 (The Straits Times/ANN): In an update on Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs website on Friday (May 27), Singapore has been categorised as having the lowest virus risk, under the"Blue" category, which comprises 98 countries and territories.

A donation drive by Star Foundation in collaboration with Community Care Enrichment Programme Foundation (CCEP) has raised RM140,000 for the transplant, which will take place at University Malaya Medical Centre in Kuala Lumpur.Star Foundation is grateful to all donors.Rural Development Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said apart from cattle, poultry was the agency’s new target to deal with the issue of shortage.The joint fundraising drive for Natalie has now closed.“The search and rescue (SAR) operations to locate the victim covered three kilometres from the scene before the victim’s body was found at 11.Excess donations will be used for the next eligible patient under the foundation’s Medical Fund Programme.It will involve the farms of these two agencies throughout the country.To get a tax-exemption receipt, donors need to complete the Medical Fund Donation Form on Star Foundation’s website.Japan announced on Thursday that it will open its doors to small tour groups from June 10, but did not specify the maximum number of people allowed in each tour group.

The Medical Fund Programme was started in 2015 to help underprivileged individuals suffering from chronic illnesses by sponsoring one-off medical treatment.Meanwhile, Mahdzir said that about 82,000 kilogrammes of maize for livestock feed are expected to be harvested this July.The media previously reported that the victim, who was wearing a red baju kurung, was last seen by his father at 11.Star Foundation, the charitable arm of Star Media Group, aims to support impactful initiatives to help a diverse group of beneficiaries.For more information, go to.“This maize crop is the focus of Risda this year in helping the government reduce its dependence on import of animal feed,” he said.

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