UEM Edgenta Revitalises SK Bota Kiri With Refurbishment Works
Sanitisation and disinfection works throughout the SK Bota Kiri school’s classroom by UEM Edgenta’s staff
Mural painting at one of the school building designed by the teaching staff of SK Bota Kiri
UEM Edgenta also contributed learning materials and school supplies to 58 students of SK Bota Kiri from the Asnaf category as additional contribution
ADUN of Bota, YB Khairul Shahril bin Mohamed who is also the state EXCO for Youth, Sports, Communication and Multimedia was on hand interacting with students participating in ‘Dream City Competition’ which included elements of STEM organised by UEM Edgenta
Some of the ‘gotong-royong’ activities which took place involving UEM Edgenta volunteers and teaching staff from SK Bota Kiri
Some of the ‘gotong-royong’ activities which took place involving UEM Edgenta volunteers and teaching staff from SK Bota Kiri
Some of the ‘gotong-royong’ activities which took place involving UEM Edgenta volunteers and teaching staff from SK Bota Kiri
Full Release: Bota, 14 September 2020 – UEM Edgenta Berhad (“UEM Edgenta” or the “Company”) continues its commitment to positively impact communities within its operations network through Corporate Responsibility (“CR”) programmes, with its recent engagement with one of the oldest schools in Central Perak, SK Bota Kiri (“SKBK” or the “School”). 

In the past weeks, the Company has partnered with the School on numerous refurbishments, including the donation of new whiteboards and durable roller shutters at classrooms and laboratories, as well as new industrial air conditioning units for the School’s main hall, among others. UEM Edgenta, through its expertise in integrated facility management also performed sanitisation and disinfection works throughout the School’s classrooms, offices and canteen area.

The CR programme culminated in a gotong-royong event which saw volunteers from UEM Edgenta partnering with SKBK teachers, parents and students to perform various refurbishment activities. This included painting parts of the School building plus a zebra crossing, installing new school signages, landscaping activities to enhance the School’s garden area, as well as redecorating classes and common areas of the school.

The refurbishment efforts will benefit up to 300 SKBK students who are now able to enjoy a more conducive and comfortable learning environment at school, which is hoped to boost their educational performance and personal development.

“Our aim as a responsible corporation is to continue our commitment to support communities prospering within our operations network, and we thank SKBK for the opportunity to partner them in this CR effort. The refurbishment works and contributions from UEM Edgenta is envisioned to produce a more comfortable environment for students to learn and play, as well as serve as further motivation to inspire them to do their best at school”, said Dr. Nik Fawaz Nik Abdul Aziz, Managing Director of Edgenta Mediserve Sdn. Bhd., UEM Edgenta’s operating company which provides hospital support services to all Ministry of Health (“MoH”) hospitals in Perak.

According to the Headmistress of SKBK, Farahdila Abu Seman, “We are grateful for UEM Edgenta’s support which will benefit our students, as well as the community at large. It was a great experience for all stakeholders, including teachers, parents and students to come together for the gotong-royong event to revitalise the school’s facilities.”

During the event, UEM Edgenta also provided additional contributions to 58 students in the Asnaf category, which included learning materials and other school supplies. Also present at the event were Tuan Haji Mohd Fathilah Mohd Noor, Central Perak District Education Officer, Sr. Dr. Mohd Azian Zaidi, Deputy Rector of Student Affairs, UiTM Perak Branch Seri Iskandar Campus and Noraslina Sabtu, Chairman of SKBK Parent-Teacher Association.


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