Mg Aung Ko Lat came to work in Malaysia but died in another country. The medical staff failed to contact his family members and employers, and his body was left unclaimed in the hospital mortuary for over three months. ONE HOPE CHARITY uses the monthly funeral fund to help with his funeral expenses in a Buddhism way.

On July 1, Mg Aung Ko Lat died of pneumonia in a government hospital. After keeping the body in the hospital mortuary for a while, the hospital turned it over to the consulate to find the deceased's family. His wife, who lived on the Myanmar-India border, was discovered at the end of September.

His family was unable to transport his body back to Myanmar, so the aftermath was entrusted to ONE HOPE CHARITY. Despite his Indian ancestry, the deceased was born in Myanmar and followed Buddhism. As a result, ONE HOPE CHARITY decided to assist the dead with coffins, cremation fees, and a columbarium after receiving the request.

After understanding and checking the information, ONE HOPE CHARITY gathered the donations to donate the coffin and all the funeral expenses.

If there are any poor or needy who could not afford and manage the funeral for their loved ones, or there are any elderly living alone who are interested in registering for the “Promise of the Last Journey” programme, kindly contact ONE HOPE CHARITY at 016-419 2192, 019-232 2192 or 04-539 9212 for help.