#KitaJagaKita to help less fortunate during Covid-19

Bede Hong

A giant LED board urging Malaysians to ‘Abide by the movement-control order’ in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, as police officers check vehicles at a roadblock. The MCO is causing hardship to the less mobile and those dependent on soup kitchens to survive. – EPA pic, March 21, 2020.

A TWEET on the eve of the movement-control order (MCO) by a writer led to the loose formation of a group called #KitaJagaKita, which seeks to help the less fortunate by linking donors and volunteers.

“Initially, this started off as a thread that I tweeted on March 17,” said the movement’s founder Hanna Alkaf.

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