Due to impoverished circumstances, 44-year-old Burmese Buddhist Aye Paing came to Malaysia to work and earn a living. However, the loneliness caused by homesickness led to depression, and recently, he tragically took his own life by hanging himself behind a temple.

As the deceased had no relatives in the country, and his family far away was unable to afford the expenses for his posthumous arrangements, One Hope Charity, commissioned by the Burmese embassy, gathered donations to provide a coffin and handle all the necessary arrangements for him.

One Hope Charity expressed its gratitude for the support and sponsorship from the public, which allows them to assist more impoverished families and the elderly in handling end-of-life matters. They also welcomed further donations from the public to continue their long-term support for those in need.

Additionally, if there are impoverished families who cannot manage post-mortem arrangements for their deceased relatives or single elderly individuals who need pre-registration assistance, they can contact ONE HOPE CHARITY's hotline for help at 016-920 2920, 016-419 2192, or 04-539 9212.