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Navy community service programme for Sri Harapan, Al-Yakin

16th April, 2018

SANDAKAN: The Royal Malaysian Navy Region 2 Headquarters organised a community service programme for residents of Sri Harapan Senior Citizens Home and Al-Yakin Orphanage Centre in conjunction with the 84th Royal Malaysia Navy Day celebration.

A team of “Navy People” from the Region 2 Headquarters here and the Volunteer Reserve Unit led by Head of Staff Kapten Zahari Samsuri participated in the project held at the Sri Harapan hall on Sunday.

They were joined by Karamunting Assemblyman Honorary Lieutenant Commander Datuk Charles O. Pang to bring cheers to the 60 residents of Sri Harapan and Al-Yakin who attended the programme.

The visitors also presented various electrical appliances to Sri Harapan and Al-Yakin for use by the residents. A string of activities were held including a lucky draw and a tour of Sri Harapan to identify other projects that could be undertaken to help make the surroundings more comfortable for the residents.

Among the objectives of the programme were to expose the public to the contribution of the Malaysian Armed Forces for the society during peace time or military operation other than war (MOO TW) and to encourage the orphans to join the Royal Malaysian Navy when they completed their education.

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