They must replace the batteries in the pacemakers before they run out, as the depleted batteries pose a threat to their lives.

Muhammad Akiff Zamani bin Rosmani, an 11-year-old boy, has already been scheduled for a battery replacement surgery on November 6. Despite not being able to engage in vigorous physical activities, the boy enjoys archery and aspires to become a doctor to heal others.

The surgery for Nur Dyamia Batrisya bt Mohd Tarmizi, a 10-year-old girl, is currently being arranged. She enjoys drawing and sewing, aspiring to become a fashion designer.

Both children have clear interests and goals, and their parents hope for their safe and healthy growth. They express gratitude to everyone, regardless of ethnicity, for extending a helping hand, enabling these two children to continue living. They also hope that in the future, once the children have established their careers, they can give back to society and help more vulnerable groups.