A 55-year-old woman suffered a stroke two years ago, and at that time, One Hope Charity assisted in raising RM 50,000 for her surgery. The operation was successful, saving her life.

Malarvely A/P Ragavan Servai from Bukit Mertajam underwent physical therapy and traditional Indian medicine treatment following the stroke, leading to improvement in her condition. However, she still cannot walk independently and requires assistance from family members for bathing and toileting. In the absence of family help, she relies on diapers for daily use.

Before the stroke, Malarvely was a small-scale vendor selling Indian pastries outside her home, earning approximately RM45 per day after deducting expenses. Her 54-year-old husband works as a factory operator with a monthly salary of RM1,729. Although their 23-year-old only daughter graduated last November, she cannot work due to the responsibility of caring for her mother. The woman also suffers from hypertension, diabetes, and asthma, and experiences seizures in specific weather conditions, requiring constant care from her daughter.

The family of three resides in the ancestral home left by the mother-in-law. The household relies solely on the husband's income and assistance from social insurance to sustain their economic needs.

Upon receiving a plea for help from her husband, ONE HOPE CHARITY sent representatives to conduct a home visit. The board decided to provide assistance in the form of diapers to alleviate the husband's burden.

If there are any poor or needy who need medical equipment such as hospital beds, wheelchairs, crutches, oxygen machines, special milk powder, diapers welcome to apply from us. Any assistance please contact our hotline 016-419 2192, 019-232 2192, 04-5399212.