Anyone is at risk of getting bitten by a mosquito. However, the underprivileged and urban poor are especially vulnerable due to their harsh living conditions. One of their most often requested items is mosquito coils, which are used as a form of protection from being bitten but they cannot usually afford it.
Tsem Rinpoche Foundation is supporting the “Bite No More” Project to distribute mosquito nets and boxes of mosquito coils to underprivileged communities around the Klang Valley and later, to other locations around Malaysia. Additionally, Tsem Rinpoche Foundation will be distributing pamphlets in major languages to help educate the public on how to protect themselves against these mosquito-borne diseases.
We seek your support and kindness to help the “Bite No More” Project via cash donations to help us purchase more mosquito coils and nets so that more people can be protected.
“Bite No More” is a community project initiated by Kechara Soup Kitchen, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that provides sustenance, care and assistance to the homeless and urban poor of Malaysia.