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Emergency Aid: Worst Floods in Decades Hit Malaysia

Key Points

For every RM10 you donate via SocioBiz, the Bank will match it 1:3 and donate RM30, making it a total donation of RM40! 

Campaign Story

January 2022
The second wave of flooding has caused even further damage across Malaysia albeit slightly less in comparison to the December flooding. The December flooding saw over 70,000 people displaced. At least 50 people lost their lives in what has been described as one of the worst floods in the country in recent years. On 4 Jan, rising waters forced 5,362 people in Johor alone to evacuate and take shelter in temporary relief centres.

The states of Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Johor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan and Sabah were impacted by floods, with as many as 8,727 victims moved to 128 relief centres nationwide. A total of 125,490 people have been displaced nationwide due to torrential rain in the past two weeks, according to the National Disaster Management Agency.

December 2021
Following
three days of continuous torrential downpour, eight states in Malaysia were hit by severe floods. Towns and villages were partially submerged in water, displacing thousands of families and disrupting lives. In Selangor, nearly 27,000 people have fled their homes in the immediate days of the flood. The worst-hit state, Pahang, has recorded over 51,000 people being evacuated to flood relief centres. 

Floodwaters in Selangor, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Negeri Sembilan and Melaka have made several roads impassable, with reports of people stranded overnight in their cars. The water levels in many areas rose to above one meter. 

Many Malaysians affected by the floods are now coming to terms with the financial, physical and emotional impact. Our partner, Yayasan Kebajikan Negara, monitors the situation and responds to emergency aid requests. We welcome donations to this campaign, which will provide emergency relief to Malaysians affected by the floods. 

For every RM10 you donate via SocioBiz, the Bank will match it 1:3 and donate RM30 to make a total donation of RM40! 

This is a developing campaign. More updates are forthcoming.

 

🇲🇾 Malaysia Bank Transfer

Bank Name: Alliance Bank
Name: GS Global Guardian Sdn Bhd
Account: 620100010023192
SWIFT Code: ALSRMYKL
Bank's Address: Menara Multi-Purpose, Capital Square 8 Jalan Munshi Abdullah 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Reference: AIB Flood

If you have made a direct bank transfer. Please send your transfer proof to [email protected] or via WhatsApp to +60333100069

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Campaign Partner

Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad and its subsidiaries, Alliance Investment Bank Berhad and Alliance Islamic Bank Berhad, is a dynamic, integrated financial services group offering banking and financial solutions.

Charity Partner

Yayasan Kebajikan Negara, Malaysia (YKN) is a charitable fund under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Women, Family and Community Development. YKN was incorporated on 5th December 1981.

Supporting Partner

Alliance Islamic Bank SocioBiz is a donation crowdfunding platform that aims to empower financially disadvantaged communities through entrepreneurship

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