For close to two years now COVID-19 has been declining communities through the socially disconnecting physical distancing, raising disparities even higher. Mobilizing volunteering with a flagship outreach, jointly with Management and Science University (MSU) and MSU Medical Centre (MSUMC), is MSU Foundation Yayasan MSU (YMSU).

 

 

The volunteering sequel to the Partnership for COVID Elimination (PaCE) delivering the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for Good Health and Well-Being (Goal 3) and Partnership for the Goal (17), PaCE-V was given an on-campus send-off by MSU president Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid as July unfolded in 2021.

 

 

Comprising community engagement with the B40 as well as staffing support for MSU Medical Centre PPV and MSU Chancellor Hall PPV, PaCE Volunteer is the latest initiative designed with Transforming Lives, Enriching Future in mind.

 

Close to four hundred alumni, students, and staff volunteers had been gathered through MSU Cares to distribute provisions and kindness to those economically impacted by the pandemic, whilst close to two hundred MSUrians have been volunteering at MSU Chancellor Hall and MSU Medical Centre PPVs. 

 

 

There is value in summing up small parts into something bigger than our individual selves, and volunteering gives that sense of shared purpose, says Yayasan MSU Vice-President and MSU Senior Vice-President for Endowment and Communication Dato' Rosli Yusof, who volunteers in B40 engagement and at MSU Chancellor Hall PPV.

 

 

There is also much to be thankful for, say two alumni from the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Nursing (Hons); respectively at MSU's International Medical School (IMS) and Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS). MSU Medical Centre, where both alumni members are volunteering at, has successfully vaccinated some 30,000 to date since its appointment to the National Immunization Programme (PICK) in March this year.

 

 

Leaving legacies of love and care through volunteer work is what keeps MSUrians going. Among them is Student Representatives Council (SRC) president 2021/2022 Mohd Sufyan Shamsir, from the Bachelor in International Business (Hons) programme at the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP).

 

 

“Volunteering shapes you into the better humans we would all like to be, and here is this opportunity to turn into a generation-defining society. You can’t be what you can’t see, so I hope that my being out there, volunteering, will inspire others to join me.”  

 

The Partnership for COVID Elimination Volunteerism (PaCE-V) Drive is due to be extended outside of Klang Valley to include MSU College in ten states nationwide as well as MSU offshore campuses worldwide – MSU International Medical School (IMS) in Bangalore, India; Management and Science Institute (MSI) in Colombo, Sri Lanka; and Jakarta Global University (JGU), Indonesia.

 

 

Contributions, fully tax-exempt, remain open and welcome; and may be made directly to YMSU Affin Islamic Bank account 106640000021.

 

 

 



For close to two years now COVID-19 has been declining communities through the socially disconnecting physical distancing, raising disparities even higher. Mobilizing volunteering with a flagship outreach, jointly with Management and Science University (MSU) and MSU Medical Centre (MSUMC), is MSU Foundation Yayasan MSU (YMSU).

 

 

The volunteering sequel to the Partnership for COVID Elimination (PaCE) delivering the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for Good Health and Well-Being (Goal 3) and Partnership for the Goal (17), PaCE-V was given an on-campus send-off by MSU president Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Wira Dr Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid as July unfolded in 2021.

 

 

Comprising community engagement with the B40 as well as staffing support for MSU Medical Centre PPV and MSU Chancellor Hall PPV, PaCE Volunteer is the latest initiative designed with Transforming Lives, Enriching Future in mind.

 

Close to four hundred alumni, students, and staff volunteers had been gathered through MSU Cares to distribute provisions and kindness to those economically impacted by the pandemic, whilst close to two hundred MSUrians have been volunteering at MSU Chancellor Hall and MSU Medical Centre PPVs. 

 

 

There is value in summing up small parts into something bigger than our individual selves, and volunteering gives that sense of shared purpose, says Yayasan MSU Vice-President and MSU Senior Vice-President for Endowment and Communication Dato' Rosli Yusof, who volunteers in B40 engagement and at MSU Chancellor Hall PPV.

 

 

There is also much to be thankful for, say two alumni from the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Nursing (Hons); respectively at MSU's International Medical School (IMS) and Faculty of Health and Life Sciences (FHLS). MSU Medical Centre, where both alumni members are volunteering at, has successfully vaccinated some 30,000 to date since its appointment to the National Immunization Programme (PICK) in March this year.

 

 

Leaving legacies of love and care through volunteer work is what keeps MSUrians going. Among them is Student Representatives Council (SRC) president 2021/2022 Mohd Sufyan Shamsir, from the Bachelor in International Business (Hons) programme at the Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies (FBMP).

 

 

“Volunteering shapes you into the better humans we would all like to be, and here is this opportunity to turn into a generation-defining society. You can’t be what you can’t see, so I hope that my being out there, volunteering, will inspire others to join me.”  

 

The Partnership for COVID Elimination Volunteerism (PaCE-V) Drive is due to be extended outside of Klang Valley to include MSU College in ten states nationwide as well as MSU offshore campuses worldwide – MSU International Medical School (IMS) in Bangalore, India; Management and Science Institute (MSI) in Colombo, Sri Lanka; and Jakarta Global University (JGU), Indonesia.

 

 

Contributions, fully tax-exempt, remain open and welcome; and may be made directly to YMSU Affin Islamic Bank account 106640000021.