Even though Pakatan Harapan is no longer in government, it will not stop them from championing the rights of the disabled in Malaysia.
Bandar Kuching MP, Kelvin Yii and former Stampin MP, Julian Tan recently made a trip to Pertubuhan PDK Sentuhan Kasih Kuching to distribute 800 face masks and hand sanitizers to the staff and students of the special needs centre.
Sentuhan kasih is a volunteer-run centre that caters for rehabilitation of special needs students and to help them learn life skills to be independent and to integrate into society.
Due to Pakatan Harapan’s “Zero Reject Policy”, more children can now register in government schools under the Special Needs Classes (Pendidikan Khas).
Even though Kelvin’s allocations had been frozen, he continues to show support and care for the OKU community, even raising his own funds to help the centre out.
“We may not have much, but we will do as much as we can as each of them are really so precious and should get the proper love and care from us all. We love, We care, We Serve ” – Kelvin Yii, MP for Bandar Kuching.