Iskul’s vision is to build young leaders among the stateless and local communities through holistic education. We aim to foster inclusivity among communities with and without nationality. We want to make their voices heard. In essence, we become a bridge; a bridge that connects the stateless and underprivileged community with the resources and networks we have.
Iskul started as a community-run project in 2015 to provide basic literacy for stateless children at Omadal Island. The year 2020 and 2021 has enabled us to expand our support to Covid-19 relief and started community healthcare. The latter includes four parts. First, nutritious meals and hygiene programs for our students. Second, a maternity and children’s health program. Third, the community water access project. Finally, a "mini clinic" that provides basic medical emergency relief to the community. It was made possible with grants from Yayasan Hasanah and collaboration with various partners and the Malaysian public. We’re grateful to be entrusted by our funders and donors the opportunity to serve the stateless community in Omadal beyond providing basic literacy.
Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia
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