Limited and narrow hostel conditions, unable to provide comfort to 13 orphans at the Walidaina Orphanage Center (PJAYW) operating at Taman Satria Senawang, here. Its founder, Mohd Zatullah Kamarudin said the establishment of PJAYW in early 2017 was a welfare oriented to nurturing, safeguarding and safeguarding the fate of the orphans and the poor through Islamic education.
Mohd Zatullah, 27, said the single-storey terrace house was rented out of the locals, which was made of orphanage is quite narrow and uncomfortable.
"The bathroom facilities are also limited and the room that houses the warden is also uncomfortable, but so far only the facilities are available.
"In addition, there is only one reading room outside the house for residents to review the lessons daily. We can not accept more orphans despite the demand for limited places, "he said when met here, today.
Mohd Zatullah said the company is working to raise funds to find other sites in the nearby area which is more convenient to accommodate orphan aged between seven and 14 years old.
He said, so far many donors have donated funds but it is not enough to cover the need to find new hostels.
"The funds generated by the various parties are enough to cover monthly operating costs including meals, rent, student tuition fees and other utility costs involving RM8,000 a month.
"But we are grateful that there are still many who are concerned and assist this center in various forms including food items," he said.
Touching on the idea of setting up the center, Mohd Zatullah, assisted by his wife, Azmahani Basir, 26, said the effort was to complete the mandate of her parents parents who passed away in 2007 and 2016.
"The experience of being a teaching staff of the Quran and a welfare home helped me manage this home.
"I admit it's not an easy task, but we're just ordinary people, but it's a guilty feeling if I do not help them," he said.
He hopes his desire to place the orphan in a more comfortable place than to produce many successful orphans in education and to be called hufaz.
Translated in English