KUALA LUMPUR: “Kembara Prihatin Negara” has now extended its delivery services with the strategic collaboration of the Ministry of Home Affairs (KDN)via “OpBantu.”
Minister of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM), Datuk Seri Rina Mohd. Harun said, the strategic cooperation between the two ministries along with a new social approach for those in need of aids during the COVID-19 pandemic and QUICK WIN are proactive feedbacks on issues and the current situation faced by the community.
Rina said, “Kembara Prihatin Negara”@ “OpBantu” will be at the location afterreceiving information from community leaders, Talian Kasih 15999, Operation Room, Social Welfare Department, reports from social media and reports from Operation Room, Royal Police Malaysia (RPM) or Police Patrol Team.
“Subsequently the “Kembara Prihatin [email protected] brings along the RPM services closer to the community and at the same time will help them with the efforts to identify and solve the social problems that have been extended to KPWKM and KDN for intervention actions together.
“The strategic collaboration between KPWKM and KDN will be continued even after the COVID-19 pandemic to help the community and to ensure the people in need receive reasonable assistance,” Rina said in a statement here on Tuesday.
She said, in line with “whole of government” concept, the cooperation between KPWKM and KDN via several agencies under the two ministries will form “community engagement” to handle social problems, assisting the community in need and to eliminate crimes.
Rina urges the society to contact Talian Kasih 15999 and Talian Whatsapp 0192615999 that operates 24 hours and the nearest police station if social support assistance is needed during this difficult time.
Rina with the Minister of Home Affairs, Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin via “Kembara Prihatin Negara” today have provided assistance to those in need during Movement Control Order (MCO) by distributing basic necessities such as rice, sugar, flour, cooking oil and others to 200 households in the Public Housing Project (PPR) Jelatek, Kampung Datuk Keramat, Kuala Lumpur.-Malaysia World News