Keningau Sabah Project 2019 Updates


On the Aug 2018, Bro Lawrence Lee and Benny Ong from Sabah presented to Firefly Mission the works of Matakana’s  Keningau school in Sabah.

The project is to expand the Keningau School in Sabah with 2 additional classrooms, a staff room, a store room, 3 toilets and a covered roof that spans across the current building and the two new proposed 2 classrooms. The school is for stateless children whose parents are illegal migrant workers from Indonesia and the Philippines.

Project Details

The cost of the project is

 RM93,304 (building RM78,454 and furnishing RM14,850).

Project completed : Mar 2019

Benefits: 180 students


Firefly Mission would like to express its deep gratitude and thanks to all the people who have made this partnership project possible.  

  • Matakana Early Childhood Society
    West Coast Sabah
  • Dr. Kathryn Anne Rivai (Founder and Educational Consultant of Matakana)
  • Bro Lawrence Lee (Coordinator for Keningau Project Sabah)
  • Bro Benny Ong (Coordinator for Keningau Project Sabah)
  • Bro William Yeoh (FFM Coordinator for Keningau)
  • Volunteers of Firefly Mission Singapore
  • Other well-wishers and volunteers, too numerous to be named

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