• FBS, in partnership with SUKA Society, organized Hari Raya celebrations at four government protection shelters across Malaysia.
  • The events included traditional dances, games, a fashion show, and a feast, uplifting 45 survivors of human trafficking and promoting a sense of community and hope.

In a heartening collaboration, FBS partnered with SUKA Society Anti-Trafficking in Persons Programme (ATIP) to host a memorable Hari Raya celebration for shelter residents across Malaysia.

The events, held at four government protection shelters, aimed to bring joy and a sense of community to survivors of human trafficking.

These initiatives underscore FBS commitment to supporting vulnerable communities and fostering a positive impact alongside SUKA Society.

Together, they continue to empower and uplift those in need across Malaysia, demonstrating the power of collaborative social responsibility efforts.

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