The 47-year-old single mother's husband died 2 years ago. She now raises 4 children by herself. However, the death of the father caused the 4 children to suffer.

The 21-year-old eldest daughter, who was originally a junior college student, achieved good grades, but due to the family's loss of financial support, she chose to stop her studies and find a job to help her family. The 18-year-old second child studied interior design and supported herself through part-time work.

The 13-year-old third child always felt thirsty, often urinating, and lost weight. Later, she was diagnosed with TYPE 1 diabetes. Currently, she needs 4 insulin injections per day. The insulin is provided by the hospital, but she needs to purchase the injection needles herself. She also needs to check her blood sugar every three days and needs to pay for the blood test kits. In addition, she also needs two cans of milk powder for diabetic patients to supplement nutrition.

The 10-year-old younger child couldn't accept her father's death and suffered from insomnia. She was diagnosed with depression because of abnormal behavior and controlled her condition with medication.

She used to help out in her husband's motorcycle repair shop. After her husband passed away, she decided to wind up the shop because she didn't know how to run a business. She now received RM700 of SOSCO every month. She works two jobs, gets up at 4 am to prepare ingredients, selling nasi lemak in a coffee shop, earning about RM800; after closing the stalls, she helps people craft joss paper robes once she received orders. Currently, the family’s expenses depend on the two daughters' income to maintain.

After understanding the situation, ONE HOPE CHARITY approved the assistance of RM436 per month for milk powder and medical expenses for the 14-year-old daughter for up to 7 months.

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