By Sanae Kuinsi
MALAYSIAN citizens residing in Namibia recently reached out to orphans and vulnerable children in Windhoek in its bid to enhance people-to-people contact with the local communities.
The event which was organised through the High Commission of Malaysia in Namibia involved various fun activities as part of the annual outreach programme to support unfortunate Namibian children.
At the event, Hishamuddin Ibrahim the High Commissioner of Malaysia to Namibia and his wife Ida Alina Salleh conducted a reading session with the children at the Mammadu Centre for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. The activities also included Badminton and henna drawing by a Malaysian artist, Feeza Jazri, who recently, exhibited her artwork at Omba Art Gallery. The children were served lunch prepared by High Commission and the Malaysian citizens during the event. Ibrahim maintained that education is crucial for future development of the children, thus fostering the love of reading from an early age could help ease their learning process.
The diplomat further reaffirmed his personal commitment to continue his support for the children of Mammadu Centre for Orphans and Vulnerable Children and their future development.
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