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Charity – Red Crescent Malaysia

You might be expected we will share the first earn money program with you today, however, we decided to dedicate our topic to Charity organization which is Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) / Bulan Sabit Merah Malaysia today.

Before you start to earn money, let’s spend some minute to read our monthly charity post, also please spare a few minutes from watching your favorite FIFA World Cup matches to read carefully the topic.

Brief History of MRCS

The Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) has its beginnings in 1948 as branches of the British Red Cross Society in Sabah and Sarawak (then British North Borneo ). In the 1950s the British Red Cross Society further established Branches in the other parts of Malaysia starting in Penang in 1950, and later in the other States.

MRCS Services

  • Promotion Of Principles & Humanitarian Values
  • Disaster Management
  • Integrated Community Based Risk Reduction Programme
  • Emergency Ambulance Services
  • Health and Care in the Community
  • Blood Programme
  • First Aider In Every Home
  • Kampung Angkat
  • Child Care Centre (TASKA)
  • Supplementry Food Programme
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Training Of Trainers
  • Emergency Medical Services Technician

Learn the First Aid skill with Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS) to give the first help in emergency. This is very essential and you may save a life!

How to Help MRCS ?

  1. Donation – Donation to MRCS are Tax Exempted from your income tax
  2. Become their volunteer
  3. Work with them
  4. Participate in their activities
  5. Tell your friends about Malaysian Red Crescent Society (MRCS)
  6. Share the their news on your blog

Visit them now at their official website http://www.redcrescent.org.my/ and bookmark them.

Charity – WWF Malaysia

What is WWF ? WWF stands for World Wide Fund For Nature. It was formerly known as the World Wildlife Fund but adopted its current name to show that it also works on other environmental issues, and not just wildlife.

WWF Malaysia

WWF Malaysia was established on 13th January 1972. WWF Malaysia early work focused on scientific research of wildlife and important natural habitats. This later expanded to the management of protected areas. Today, their work covers the broader issues of the natural environment, incorporating such aspects as policy work, environmental education, public awareness and campaigns.

WWF’s Mission – to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

What WWF Malaysia Works?

  • Species
    The tropical rainforests, seas and freshwater ecosystems of Malaysia support a rich and diverse array of both flora and fauna species; in fact, Malaysia is recognised as one of 12 mega-diversity countries with many of its species occurring in unusually high densities. However, many of these species are threatened. Recognising this issue, WWF Malaysia work towards the protection and management of six different species through landscape-based approaches.
  • Forests
    An estimated 13 hectares of the world’s forest are lost. In the next 30 seconds, another 13 hectares will disappear. Within a minute, mankind succeeds in undoing 1,000 years of natural evolution. Read on to understand a little more about our forests work and how you can help them to change for the better.
  • Freshwater
    Freshwater is perhaps the most crucial resource for humans and all other living creatures on earth. Sufficient clean water is essential for healthy living as well as the health of the environment. Our freshwater ecosystems continually face numerous threats and challenges. Recognising this, WWF-Malaysia promotes the conservation, integrated management and sustainable use of the freshwater ecosystems.
  • Marine
    Malaysia’s warm tropical seas are home to some of the richest coral reefs, mangrove forests, green sea turtles and other endangered marine species such as hawksbill turtles, dugongs, whale sharks, and humphead wrasse. This vast sea area is rich with fishery resources and habitats. Fish are an important sustainable resource but overfishing and habitat destruction can threaten this.
  • Environmental education
    Today the world is changing at an accelerated pace and the need for effective conservation education is much more pressing. WWF-Malaysia believes that effective conservation education programmes, both formal and community based, can have a tremendous impact on the Malaysian society and the nation’s behaviour towards its environment.
  • Policy
    WWF-Malaysia has been involved in policy work for over 20 years. To be effective in policy advocacy work, they adopt various approaches and optimise on effective partnerships to promote the establishment of policies, plans, programmes and legislation that integrate environmental concerns for sustainable development.

If you want to help WWF Malaysia, you can participate in their Save the Day Campaign 2010, become their volunteer or internship or donate them to help them to work better.

Charity – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

6 weeks after Haiti earthquake, another massive earthquake with a magnitude of 8.8 has struck central Chile on 27th Feb 2010.

Where is Chile ?

Click here http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=chile&sll=6.83917,-88.417969&sspn=91.248576,158.027344&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Chile&ll=-35.746512,-72.246094&spn=41.469598,79.013672&z=4

Two million people were affected, as the death toll rises above 700. The country’s president has declared Chile a “state of catastrophe”. The collapse of bridges tossed and crushed cars, and complicated efforts to reach quake-damaged areas by road. Buildings slumped and fell. Millions of people fled into streets darkened by the failure of power lines. They are now in dire need of food, water and shelter.

They needs our helps!

Today we will take this opportunity to introduce you another charity organization – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) or we also called it as Doctor without Border.

Médecins Sans Frontières or Doctor without Borders

Médecins Sans Frontières is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion and natural or man-made disasters.

It provides emergency medical assistance to populations in danger in more than 70 countries.

In countries where health structures are insufficient or even non-existant, MSF collaborates with authorities such as the Ministry of Health to provide assistance. MSF works in rehabilitation of hospitals and dispensaries, vaccination programmes and water and sanitation projects. MSF also works in remote health care centres, slum areas and provides training of local personnel. All this is done with the objective of rebuilding health structures to acceptable levels.

MSF consists of a team of medical and non medical volunteers which are Midwife, Nurse, Medical Doctor, Mental Health, Medical Coordinator, Financial Controller, Biomedical Scientist, Logistician, Anaesthetist, Nutritionist, Surgeon, Epidemiologist, Pharmacist and many more.

MSF - The Nobel Peace Prize 1999

MSF won the Nobel Peace Price in year 1999 – “in recognition of the organization’s pioneering humanitarian work on several continents“.

MSF Nobel Peace Price Nobel Price Official website – http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/1999/index.html

If you are interested to help MSF by mean of donation or volunteer, please visit their official website

http://www.msf.org/