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Announcement:

Yayasan Pillar is using the new Facebook page effective from the year 2019. The old Facebook prior to this will no longer be updated. Please visit our new Facebook page at Yayasan Pillar

 

News:

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One of Yayasan Pillar board of trustees, Professor Dr Mohammad Maxion, has won the award for increasing the growth rate of Mycobacterium tuberculosis culture and sensitivity. Professor also got grant for research for Antibiotic using Borneo forest product. In the event his research is successful, he has pledged royalty for the benefit of Yayasan Pillar.

 

A joint community project between Yayasan Pillar and Sarawak Go-Kart Club was successfully held on 20th October 2019. The winner Hanif was second time champion sponsored by international sporting outfit. Objective was to bring kids and parent from diverse community from different races and religion together to know and understand each other and respect each other value.

 

Yayasan Pillar had successfully completed the City Poor Care Day which took place at Balai Raya Desa Wira, Batu Kawah on the 24th August 2019. We sincerely thank those who took part in sponsoring the basic commodities for the needy. The generosity had helped relieve the burden on 240 family members from Desa Wira.

 

Yayasan Pillar had successfully completed the City Poor Care Program which was held on the 26th January 2019. Six kampung had benefited from the help. They were Kampung Samariang Bentara, Samariang Batu, Samariang Pinggir, Sungai Midin, Semerah Padi, and Samariang Kubur.

 

Yesteryear:

Before ending the year 2018, president of Yayasan Pillar had visited the village school in Demak, Java Indonesia. The school is built for orphans to study Quran and Islamic Civilization. Yayasan Pillar had joint the project with local sponsor to provide water supply for the school. 

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The other destination Yayasan Pillar’s president had set foot on during the year end was communal home in Uzbekistan. There, she met old couples in their 90s who are left to care for their grandchildren when their sons passed away. Relying their basic necessities from sponsors and Uzbekistan government, Yayasan Pillar’s president took part in sponsoring them as they bear the burden of caring their mentally challenged grandchildren and daughters in law.

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