Keep Them Warm project

Keep Them Warm project

Viva Palestina Malaysia has finished implementing the third phase of…

VPM Micro Credit Project

VPM Micro Credit Project

VPM Micro Credit Project Project area: Big Abssan East of…

Scholarship project

Scholarship project

Project No. (43-B/2015)Providing partial scholarships to university students at Gaza…

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center

Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center

Field visit to follow up the progress of work in…

Provide Medicines and Medical Equipment for charitable hospitals

Provide Medicines and Medical Equipment for charitable hospitals

Project VPM 3/2016 Viva Palestina Malaysia (VPM) and Arab Medical…

Ramadan Food Basket

Ramadan Food Basket

3 July 2015 Alhamdulillah, Great Thank to Viva Palestina Donors,…

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Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center (PTR)

Posted in Fund Disbursement

Project No: (20/2015).

Following up on the progress of work in the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center (PTR) - Khan Younis, North of Gaza Strip.

PTR center implemented 174 treatment sessions for wounded persons in Sep 2016.

The Project is Funded by:
- Viva Palestina Malaysia (VPM)
- Mercy Malaysia.
- Tika - Turkey.
- TIMA - Thailand.
- DWWT - Turkey.

Supervised by:

In cooperation with:
- Assalamah Society - Palestine.

VPM Mobile Clinic and Milk Project in Syria

Posted in Fund Disbursement

Our mobile clinic is the only one running by specialist doctors in Yarmouk camp, Syria where the majority there are Palestinian refugees. All the other clinics are closed since doctors were either killed or fled. Our KL Palestine Film Festival (KLPFF2016) on 29-30 Oct is to raise more funds for this project. Each clinic last one week long in every month. Each week-long clinic costs USD 3,000. We would like to plan for the next 6 months. Also, the funds raised from KLPFF2016 will be used to provide milk for the children at the camp. The price of milk and medicine is very high if they can be found at all.


VPM has done 2 mobile clinics in Yarmouk camp, Syria and the 3rd one is currently operating this week. This is the only medical facility in the camp. Specialists in different fields come everyday for a week to treat about 1,000 patients in that week. It cost USD 3,000 per week because doctors come from Palestine Red Crescent. Some of the photos below were sent to us by Abdullah Alkhatib who lives in Yarmouk and who was awarded the Human Rights award by the Swedish Government. The money we are hoping to raise from our KL Palestine Film Festival 2016 this weekend is to fund this project. We are targeting to run this clinic for the next 6 months.

UNESCO declares Temple Mount – Judaism's holiest site – as Muslim

Posted in Other News

"The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has reclassified Judaism's holiest site as solely Muslim, in a move branded as absurd and "anti-Semitic" by Israel.

The Temple Mount and Western Wall in Jerusalem have been viewed as holy territory under Jewish faith. But UNESCO has now classed them as Muslim sites, which are known in Islam as the Haram esh-Sharif and Buraq Wall..."

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Project No. (16-D/2016) Providing partial scholarships to university students at Gaza Strip

Posted in Projects in Gaza

For the third year respectively... Viva Palestina Malaysia implemented the Scholarship program for Palestinian Students at Gaza Strip to enable them to continue their higher education in the first semester (2016/2017).
The project is implemented in collaboration with Islamic University of Gaza IUG , and supervised by Educational Forum Society. 
VPM provided scholarships to poor Palestinian students in 4 universities in Gaza Strip - IUG, AZU, UCAS and QOU.
Our sincere thanks to all the VPM donors who contributed to this educational project and we hope to assist more  students in the upcoming semester to complete their university studies.

Pink Floyd “Reunite” to Support Pro-Palestinian Activist Group

Posted in Other News

"It may not be the reunion fans were hoping for, but Pink Floyd have come together to support a pro-Palestinian activist group.

The Women’s Boat to Gaza is part of the Freedom Flotilla Coalition. It contains 13 women, including the 1976 Nobel peace laureate from Northern Ireland, Mairead Maguire, and it journeyed from Barcelona to Gaza in September in order to bring attention to the Israeli’s naval blockade of the Gaza Strip..."

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Women's Boat to Gaza: Zaytouna-Oliva Women to be ‘deported’ / Details Emerge about the Capture

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"Two journalists from Al Jazeera who were on board Zaytouna-Oliva have been freed from illegal captivity and have safely reached London and Moscow. Our lawyers advise that all of the other women participants except one have been freed from illegal captivity. 

During the attack on the boat and their capture, the women insisted that the actions of the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) were illegal and that they were being taken against their will to Israel..."

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5th Kuala Lumpur Palestine Film Festival (KLPFF) 2016 & Charity Bazaar

Posted in Events


Please come and join us at our Annual Event:

29 & 30 October 2016
White Box & Black Box
MAP KL Publika, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur

Funds raised from KLPFF 2016 will be channeled for the following projects in Syria for Palestinian Refugees:
* Mobile Clinics in Refugee Camps
* To Supply Milk for Palestinian children in Syria.

Corporate & Individual Sponsorships are most welcomed.

(List of Films to be screened will be released once available.)

Project at Baddawi Camp, North Lebanon

Posted in Fund Disbursement

Viva Palestina Malaysia started a project at Baddawi Camp, North Lebanon.

Baddawi camp was established in 1955 by UNRWA for Palestinian refugees and is extremely congested with 25,000 inhabitants and new arrivals numbering 12,000 Syrians coming here as well.

Al Haneen Centre works with 250 special needs children suffering from cerebral palsy, blindness , paraplegia, mental retardation, etc at the camp.

Under this project we provided medicines , diapers , water mattresses, walkers and wheelchairs , as well as covered the cost of physiotherapy sessions. Alhamdulillah a total of 83 disabled children benefited from this project , implemented by Dr Majdi and Alshifaa Medical Services