UEM Edgenta Contributed Food Aid To 1,000 Flood-Affected Families In Segamat
UEM Edgenta contributed food aid worth RM 50,000 to 1,000 families who were severely affected by the recent floods in Segamat, Johor, as part of the Company’s ESG commitment to positively impact society through its philanthropic activities and engagements. (from left) Alang Aidil, Coordinator of the People's Service Center of the Sekijang Parliament, with Yoong Thau, Manager of the Sekijang Parliament People's Service Center, Napsiah Khamis, Political Secretary to the Minister of Health, Shaiful Subhan, Managing Director of Edgenta Mediserve Sdn Bhd and Head of Healthcare Solutions of UEM Edgenta and Wan Laila Fatihah, Head of Corporate Communications of UEM Edgenta during the handover ceremony at Dewan Serbaguna Dun Kemelah, Taman Pelangi.
(from left) Yoong Thau, Manager of the Sekijang Parliament People's Service Center, with Napsiah Khamis, Political Secretary to the Minister of Health, Shaiful Subhan, Managing Director of Edgenta Mediserve Sdn Bhd and Head of Healthcare Solutions of UEM Edgenta and Wan Laila Fatihah, Head of Corporate Communications of UEM Edgenta and Mohd Yusof Markumi, Village Head of Kg Paya Pulai during the handover ceremony of food aid worth RM 50,000 to 1,000 families who were severely affected by the recent floods in Segamat, Johor.

Yoong Thau, Manager of the Sekijang Parliament People's Service Center, Napsiah Khamis, Political Secretary to the Minister of Health, Shaiful Subhan, Managing Director of Edgenta Mediserve Sdn Bhd and Head of Healthcare Solutions of UEM Edgenta and Wan Laila Fatihah, Head of Corporate Communications of UEM Edgenta and Mohd Yusof Markumi, Village Head of Kg Paya Pulai with the families who were severely affected by the recent floods in Segamat, Johor.

The team visiting some of the flood-affected homes.
KUALA LUMPUR, 23 March – UEM Edgenta Berhad (“UEM Edgenta” or “Company”), the region’s leading Asset Management and Infrastructure Solutions company, contributed food aid worth RM 50,000 to 1,000 families who were severely affected by the recent floods in Segamat, Johor.

The food aid comprised essential items such as rice, flour, sugar, biscuits, cooking oil, sardines, noodles, tea and coffee. At the height of the floods in early March 2023, Segamat had more than 13,000 flood victims, where almost 80 per cent of the residential areas within the district were submerged under water.

The contribution is in line with UEM Edgenta’s Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”) commitment specifically to positively impact society through its philanthropic activities and engagements, benefiting local communities where the company has its business operations.

This initiative is a testament of UEM Edgenta’s continuous commitment in going above and beyond to provide necessary assistance to the communities affected by natural disasters whilst remaining steadfast to being a responsible corporate citizen in reaching out to communities impacted during times of need.

“Each and everyone of us has a responsibility to reach out to those in need, especially those who have been affected by the disaster. Unassumingly, natural disaster does not have any address and it can happen to anyone, especially to your loved ones. It is said that there is no better act of kindness than reaching out to others and helping to lift someone up. We believe that the true test of a person's life is the impact they have on others. UEM Edgenta is also a firm believer in giving back to the community, and it is hoped that our contribution and involvement will ease and alleviate the families’ burden,” said Syahrunizam Samsudin, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of UEM Edgenta.

Shaiful Subhan, Managing Director of Edgenta Mediserve Sdn Bhd and Head of Healthcare Solutions of UEM Edgenta, handed over the food aid packages to Napsiah Khamis, Political Secretary to the Minister of Health. Also present during the ceremony was Wan Laila Fatihah, Head of Corporate Communications of UEM Edgenta. They then proceeded to visit some of the families who were badly affected by the floods.

In December 2022, UEM Edgenta had also contributed RM 40,000 worth of food and essential items such as raincoats and life jackets to 7,000 beneficiaries in the Fire and Rescue Department in recognition of the latter’s role and responsibility during year-end monsoon season.

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