RM1.2 million raised for premature Malaysian baby in Singapore in 29 hours

Koh Pei Ying with her daughter Eloise Ang, who was born premature on February 22 in Singapore, weighing only 670g and has a body size of a palm. – One Hope Charity & Welfare Facebook pic, March 2, 2021.

THERE is hope for a Malaysian premature baby who was born in Singapore, as an urgent fundraising exercise to secure RM1.2 million launched from Malaysia for her medical expenses was completed in 29 hours.

“Both her parents and the public from all over the world have given the infant who was born at just 24 weeks the faith to fight for her life,” said a Penang-based One Hope Charity & Welfare in announcing the completion of the exercise today.

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