Life under quarantine can be stagnant and dormant, especially for children who are playful by nature. Knowing this, Ihsan Johor who has previously hosted activities for patients in Quarantine and Treatment Centre (PKRC) Pasir Gudang recently organised a colouring contest for children to fill their free time with beneficial activities while maintaining a positive spirit to keep moving on among patients.
The first contest that took place for four rounds is also aimed to provide opportunities to highlight their talents and potential, improve children’s fine motor skills in producing works based on their own creativity while staying in a quarantine centre.
In the fourth round of the contest on 6th June, NADMA Malaysia Director, Datuk Dr Aminuddin Hassim personally visited the centre to pick winners and handover prizes that were also sponsored by NADMA. Also present with him were Mohamad Azhan Md Amir, Deputy Director (PB) and Dato’ Hussein Omar Khan, NADMA Operational Director.
As a past recipient of Iskandar Malaysia Social Hero Awards (IMSHA), Ihsan Johor has also shared previous activities that were done and also future plans for the PKRC with NADMA.
Interested parties and organisations may get in touch with Ihsan Johor through their Facebook page for any collaborations or donations via https://www.facebook.com/ihsanjohorofficial.