Past Event

A Day With Refugee Children’s At United Learning Center - (Rescheduled from 15 August 2018)
Venue: United Learning Center, 3C, Jalan Imbi Off Jalan Horley (1.68km), Kuala Lumpur
Date & Time: 22 Sep 2018 (8:59 AM - 11:59 AM) Closed
Closing Date Before: 19-Sep-2018 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By IEM Women Engineers Section

About United Learning Center
United Learning Centre (ULC) is a volunteer-driven centre that strives to
provide Myanmarese refugee children a safe place and an education

Where Are They Come Form ?
• Mostly from the hill tribes in Chin region
• Escape from religious persecution
• Running away from military
• Gone through all kind of physical and mental abuse

A Home
The Centre functions as a boarding home for a number of our students (around 100 children, but this fluctuates as is the nature of a refugee community). ULC have girls and boys dormitories, washrooms, and a communal kitchen.

A School
UCL have purpose-built classrooms which provide the children, each with their own work station. They also have a classroom for the Kindergarten and Nursery children.The core subjects taught in the school include English, Math, Science, Social Studies and Word Building. In an effort to provide a more holistic and well-rounded education to students, the Centre also offers students a range of extracurricular activities to choose from, such as computer skills, sports, singing, dancing and playing musical instruments. Bible studies are also compulsory to ensure the children are taught to the right values.Thier classrooms are equipped with air-conditioning to not only make learning easier for the students, but also to ensure volunteer teachers are comfortable while teaching.In between schooling sessions, students are provided with a balanced meal during lunch hour. For many, lunch at the Centre is the only hot meal they can have all day. Students are required to partake in chores such as cooking and cleaning, also survival skills around the school compound, which enables them to learn and practise core values such as teamwork and discipline.
The WE Section would like to invite members who are keen on charitable work to join us in this visit to bring some cheer to the children / students  at ULC. You may also wish to provide contributions are most welcomed and appreciated.

Stationeries, books, dry foods, cooking items and money.
Please contact Ms.Sumathi 016-244 0033 for more info.

 The visit is strictly limited to only 15 participants registered and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.  

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