SOLIDARITI UNTUK KELUARGA PASTOR RAYMOND KOH, AMRI CHE MAT DAN PASTOR JOSHUA DAN RUTH HILMI!

Joint Statement – dated 7 April 2017

Pastor Joshua Hilmy dan Ruth, Pastor Raymond Koh, dan Amri Che Mat.

Pastor Joshua Hilmy dan Ruth, Pastor Raymond Koh, dan Amri Che Mat.

Kami organisasi masyarakat sivil Malaysia seperti yang disenaraikan di bawah ingin meluahkan solidariti tidak berbelah bahagi kepada keluarga, rakan dan kominiti yang meratapi mereka yang diculik secara misteri dan masih lagi hilang hingga ke hari ini

1. Nama: Pastor Raymond Koh Keng Joo (62 tahun)

Tarikh Penculikan: 13hd Februari, 2017

Tempat Penculikan: Jalan Bahagia, Petaling Jaya

Organisasi: Harapan Komuniti

Pekerjaan: Kerja sosial membantu ibu tunggal, penagih dadah dan mereka yang menghidap HIV/AIDS

Status: Masih hilang

2. Nama:  Pastor Joshua Hilmy and his wife, Ruth (50 tahun)

Tarikh Penculikan: 30hb November, 2016

Tempat Penculikan: Tidak pasti. Lokasi terakhir dikenali sebagai Kampung Tunku, PJ

Organisasi:  Tidak dikenalpasti

Pekerjaan: Pastor Kristian

Status: Masih hilang

3. Nama:  Amri Che Mat (43 tahun)

Tarikh Penculikan: 24hb November, 2016

Tempat Penculikan: Bukit Chabang, Perlis

Organisasi:  Perlis Hope

Pekerjaan: Peniaga forex dan aktivis sosial yang telah mengadakan projek kebajikan untuk golongan miskin, membantu  untuk membina rumah dan menyumbangkan beras  kepada keluarga yang memerlukan

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Disabled to govt: Create ‘one stop centre’ mobile app for us

Source: FMT News

Such an app would allow disabled people to communicate with each other and reach out to organisations that address their needs, say NGOs. Pic from FMT News.

Such an app would allow disabled people to communicate with each other and reach out to organisations that address their needs, say NGOs. Pic from FMT News.

PETALING JAYA: The government should focus on creating an integrated accessibility mobile application for people with disabilities (OKU) to assist them in their daily lives, says the Malaysia Spinal Injury Association (MSIA).

Disabled individuals could also use such multi-platform mobile apps to communicate with each other and with industries which address services, resources, job opportunities and sponsorships, MSIA secretary Jeyaraj Santraju told FMT.

“The government should focus on developing a ‘one stop centre’ mobile app where OKU people will not only be able to connect with one another, but also reach out to organisations that address their needs,” he said.

“It should be a platform where they can access a wide range of databases – for example, information about centres for the OKUs, medical guidelines, mobility services, job opportunities, funding programmes and many more.”

Jeyaraj added that he had also approached the health ministry in efforts to promote the idea. Read more