Zaza’s family

During Ramadan last year, Zaza’s family was offered some money by a kind-hearted Malaysian as his family was struggling financially. However, instead of receiving the money, Zaza broke down in tears and turned down the offer as he came from a culture which believes that money should be earned with hard work.

Zaza and his family are refugees from Syria who joined The Picha Project two weeks ago. As we get to know more about Zaza and his family, we see how hard they are willing to work day and night in order to make ends meet in Malaysia.

This Ramadan, let us join hands in empowering Zaza to earn a better living for his family with his amazing cooking skills.

We deliver food 7 days a week at anytime, including Sahur.

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