What we do
“Muslim Aid Asia was initially founded in 2004 to provide a platform and a focus for Malaysians, in particular, to join hands with the world community at large, in tackling the persistent and recurring problems of local and global poverty and suffering as a result of natural disaster (flood, earthquake,etc) or human made disasters (endemic poverty, civil strife, wars, etc). In 2008, Muslim Aid Asia was officially registered as a foundation to serve these goals locally and now known as Muslim Aid Malaysia Humanitarian Foundation (Muslim Aid).”
Objective of PIMA:
Setting up an educational institution to enable refugee having access to basic education. Their status as refugees was subduing them the opportunity to acquire formal education. Hence, the institution was set up to help the kids by providing them chance for gaining basic education, a better life and competitive.
Mission: To provide and to enable students with means to read, write and count.
Vision: Knowledge center that produce students who are able to master basic learning.
Target Group: Children of refugees living around.
|PIMA 1||PIMA 2||PIMA 3|
|2, Jalan 1/1, Sri Taman Baru, 68000 Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan||Kg. Lembah Gaal, 16800 Pasir Puteh, Kelantan Darul Naim.||Taman Akasia,Bandar Baru Bukit Bentuk, Kemaman, Terengganu Darul Iman|
|Students: 70||Students: 25||Students: 60|
6-15 years old.
Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mathematics, Science, Pendidikan Seni, Pendidikan Jasmani & Kajian Tempatan.
Type of donations:
– Operation Cost – Teacher Salaries – Learning equipment
– Furniture – Books – Uniform
– School Bag – Health Screening – Vitamins and Supplement
– Playground – Festival Celebration – Team Building
– Motivational Camp – Educational Visit – Recreation Activity
*We are also in the process of fundraising around RM 50,000 to renovate the current center for a better, comfortable and conducive learning environment.
Target group :
Children of refugees and coastal communities in Sabah
To provide curriculum and co-curriculum to enable students to master reading, writing, counting, and reasoning
To become a knowledge centre that can produce students who are able to master basic learning
To set up an education centre that is able to develop the potential of individuals and produce individuals who are knowledgeable, responsible and contribute to the society, regardless of religion, race and nationality
Location of current PIMA :
Dewan Bacaan, 33A, Jalan 6/1, Taman Tasik Tambahan, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Launching date :
15 February 2014
Registered students : 95
Students’ age range : 6 to 13 years old
No. of teachers : 3
Subjects taught :
Malay language, English, Mathematics, Science, Islamic Studies, Arts, Physical Education and Local Studies
School hours :
Monday to Friday (holidays: Saturday, Sunday, public holidays and school holidays)
Morning session : 7.30 am to 11.30 am
Afternoon session : 11.30 am to 3.30 pm (*Friday: 2 pm to 4 pm)
For more information on PIMA, please contact 03-22881996 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.