I missed the Sounds of Hope visit to families in poverty yesterday as I was in Miri. Hoping to catch the next one before I leave next month 🙂
From Marul’s FB:
It’s not easy to see when our fellow Bruneians are living in such poverty. During the visit, individuals donated food items, clothing and other daily necessities.
I noticed that most of their living conditions are just not clean, full of trash that could’ve been cleaned up. I guess to them it’s not a bother but I believe if they make an effort to clean it up, I’m sure they will be living a bit comfy.
Today’s visit was mostly to find out the story behind their condition and what kind of help they need.
Pictures by Hyperclicks.net
House no.1 in Tanjung Nangka. if i’m not mistaken she was left by the husband for a new wife. she has about 14 kids and she makes only $500 or less.
where the kids play and watch tv
the volunteers talking with the lady of the house..
no windows, just hole on the wall
i was kinda speechless looking at the state of their home..
i’m not so sure, but this might be their toilet