DAP Helping Families Who are in Real Need of Food supplies.

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The Service Centres of DAP Bandar Kuching and Stampin will help to register the names and contacts of those families who are in real need of supply of essential food items during the Movement Control Order (MCO).  This registration exercise will only be done through online, WhatsApp and phone calls as we are all under the MCO.

We have initially intended to send supply of food to these families in need.  However, the Government has forbidden all NGOs from delivering supply of food to individual households.  As such, we will forward all the names and contacts collected to the Welfare Department for the latter to supply essential food items to the families.

Undeniably, the MCO has a huge immediate impact on many families, especially those small and petty traders, the hawkers and daily-paid workers.  Though the Prime Minister stressed that no one will be left out by the stimulus package, but we believe many will still be left out when it comes to implementation.There will also be delay in its implementation.

For instance, though the cash hand-outs to B40 families were intended to be given out in April (which is 2 days from today), the exact mechanism for the rolling out of the plan has yet to be made known.

To some families, the immediate challenge is to put food on the table everyday.  This is especially so for the daily-paid workers who have little or no savings.  To them, when work stops, income stops.  The first 14 days of MCO is definitely tough on them, but the second 14-day MCO period will be a disaster.

As such, the team from DAP Kuching and Stampin service centres will do our small part to help to collect the names of those in urgent need of essential food supply to be delivered to their houses and forward them to the relevant government agencies. We will also do the follow-up to ensure that thesefamilies do receive the food items from the relevant government agencies.

Anyone who are in need of essential food supply can contact our team through the following persons and phone numbers:

Padungan

  • 1.         Wong King Wei (016-868 1239)
  • 2.         Kelvin Yii Lee Wuen (018-770 8354)
  • 3.         Anthony Chin (010-960 2334)

Pending

  • 1.         Violet Yong WuiWui (016-889 8544)
  • 2.         June Choo (016-855 2213)
  • 3.         Agnes Chuo (016-868 3433)
  • 4.         Chan Khong Gin (014-686 0505)

BatuLintang

  • 1.         Julian Tan Kok Ping (012-977 4983)
  • 2.         Daphne Ting (016-579 7707)
  • 3.         Kenny Boon (012-880 3340)
  • 4.         Lily Yee (016-858 5069)

Kota Sentosa

  • 1.         Michael Kong FengNian (013-819 9191)
  • 2.         Kiung Teck Chang (016-886 4641)
  • 3.         Ting Kee Kai (013-833 4499)
  • 4.         Bong KuetVui (016-888 7229)

BatuKitang

  • 1.         Abdul Aziz Isa (014-320 1619)
  • 2.         Brandon Lee (013-566 8667)
  • 3.         Sim KiatLeng (016-426 2210)
  • 4.         NethiyanantharBelilingam (John) (013-813 0997)

Batu Kawa

  • 1.         Chong Chieng Jen (017-2288221)
  • 2.         Christina Chiew Wang See (013-579 1377)
  • 3.         Chong Siaw Lang (016-884 5060)
  • 4.         Chin Keh Haw (016-576 2009)

Stakan

  • 1.         Leslie Ting (016-800 6068)
  • 2.         ZafarinAffendie (016-873 3944)
  • 3.         David Ong (016-5796827)
  • 4.         Valarie Emma (0111-0342454)
  • 5.         Edward SabianakJanny (019-928 6690)

Those who are in need of supply of essential food items can contact the above persons and give the following particulars:

  • 1.         Name and IC number
  • 2.         Number of family members
  • 3.         Address
  • 4.         Contact Number

29-3-2020

Chong Chieng Jen

DAP Sarawak Chairman