By: Media and Corporate Communication Unit
SEPANG, December 29th, 2021 – Flood incident which has hit several states recently is indeed giving unforgettable impacts.
Though it’s bitter to be accepted, the incident still brings thousands of blessings.
Due to the catastrophe, entire family of National Anti-drugs Agency (NADA) unites in gathering manpower in helping them who are affected.
From affected individuals to public, NADA activates volunteering squad through Anti-drugs Squad in moving the post-flood humanity aid’s mission.
Starting from Selangor covering Hulu Langat, Sepang and Shah Alam areas, currently Anti-drugs Squad is widening throughout the entire country in carrying out the flood aid’s mission.
In Narcotics Addiction Rehabilitation Centre (PUSPEN) Sepang for instance, all volunteers consist of NADA’s staff from headquarters office, states, districts and PUSPEN work together in providing help to clean 14 sectors in the area.
The volunteering program is also joined by NADA’s General Director, Tuan Sutekno Ahmad Belon and NADA’s Deputy General Director (Operation) AADK, Datuk Dr Muhamad Sade Mohamad Amin on Tuesday.
The aid is not judged in financial aspect, but fighting spirit and energy spent in helping to clean residences and office space brings together NADA’s staffs.
This unity of NADA’s staffs will never deny aid from outside party, conversely NADA expresses thousands of gratitude for them who join in helping NADA’s staffs.
Some of the non-governmental organizations (NGO) such as Persatuan Penduduk Kota Warisan (PPKW), government agencies like Malaysian Armed Forces, Fire and Rescue Department of Malaysia (JBPM), Malaysia Civil Defence Force (APM) and Malaysia Volunteers Corps Department (Rela) as well as Anti-drugs Squad.
Besides that, the focus of this aid includes activities of moving stuffs, operation of cleaning client’s dorms as well as offices, workshops, dining hall and prayer room.