Itthadul Madaris Al Arkaniah (United Arakan Institute Malaysia) a.k.a UAIM, has helped shelter displaced children torn from their families. To date, more than 300 Rohingya refugee children are currently under their care. UAIM also provides these children with quality education and necessities in hopes to give them a chance at a better future.
This is Phase 2
of UAIM’s campaign. In Phase 1
, thanks to our donors and their support, we managed to secure one year’s rental and utility bills to support the school. Watch updates here
Today, UAIM is facing challenges to complete the new academic building and meeting expenses of the ceiling fans, chairs, tables, painting interiors, doors, partitions to separate classrooms, windows and wiring inside as well as such as any equipment such as whiteboard and projectors. With your donations, UAIM will be able to continue supporting the Rohingya Muslim children by improving the infrastructure and creating a conducive environment of the learning centre and also giving refugee children hope for a better future.
Donations to this campaign will be used to complete the new Academic building and meet the expenses of procuring and other needed amenities for the classrooms.
You will also be helping UAIM provide the children with the following vocational skills:
A secondary aim of this campaign is to continue distributing food packs (including other necessities) to the underprivileged communities besides the Rohingya that are under the care of UAIM.
Let’s start with just MYR 10 and help provide the gift of education to our young refugee brothers and sisters.
The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: “Whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden from the burdens of the world, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens on the Day of Judgement. And whoever helps ease a difficulty in the world, Allah will grant him ease from a difficulty in the world and in the Hereafter. And whoever covers (the faults of) a Muslim, Allah will cover (his faults) for him in the world and the Hereafter. And Allah is engaged in helping the worshipper as long as the worshipper is engaged in helping his brother.” [Tirmidhi]