Has English been your favourite subject in school? Do you enjoy helping others to improve the language? MSRI is currently in need of volunteers who can commit their time and skills to teach English to adult refugees from 10am-12pm on every Monday to Thursday at our centre.
If you're interested, kindly send your resume and expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) runs several programmes supporting refugees and asylum seekers with the goal of improving the lives of urban refugees from minority communities (middle east and north african refugees and asylum seekers).
As of December 2019, we have 2,000 families registered with MSRI, which amountS to approximately 7,000 refugees and asylum-seekers. Our clients come mainly from Afghanistan, Somalia, Palestine, Syria, Pakistan, with a smaller number coming from other countries such as Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Sudan or Yemen.
MSRI provides support services which include education for both children and adults, family healthcare treatment and checkups, emergency and livelihood support. Our aim is to allow refugees and asylum seekers access basic necessities, whilst empowering them.