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Human Aid Selangor is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that provides humanitarian services to the most vulnerable displaced communities living in Malaysia who have been denied rights to education and livelihoods.

Our work focuses on the welfare of the Rohingya people living in the urban areas of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

We believe in creating global awareness on the issues and challenges stateless asylum seekers face through the various grassroots-based empowerment projects we organize hand-in-hand together with vulnerable societies.

What We Do

Human Aid  is a learning centre and community hub under one roof. We provide access to basic education for displaced children, medical assistance through partner NGOs, and a needs-based food distribution programme. We form part of a safe shelter network for SGBV women, single mothers, and children without guardians.

Our centre serves as a point for other groups and organisations - eg. UNHCR - to engage with displaced communities, and more importantly, as a safe place for bringing people from different cultures together to learn from and support one another.

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Who We Aid

Stateless people are found all over the world, and the lack of any nationality deprives them of rights that many take for granted. Often they are denied a legal identity when they are born, access to education, healthcare, marriage and job opportunities; even a death certificate when they die.

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Learning Centre

Rainbow of Love


Community Hub

Garage Giveaway, Medical Hub, Safe Shelter

Who Is A Refugee?

“A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence.  A refugee has a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group.
Most likely, they cannot return home or are afraid to do so."
- UNHCR, UN Refugee Agency

Rainbow Of Love

Rainbow of Love Learning Centre for Refugees (Sekolah Pelangi Kasih) is an informal learning centre officially recognized by the UNHCR in 2016. Under Malaysian law, undocumented children are legally barred from enrolling in public schools. Rainbow of Love supports a child's right to an education and aims to provide for many others who are unable to attend school. Here's how it all started.

It's a multicolored journey for our kids; one that begins and ends with love!

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164,000 +

Refugees Living in Malaysia

42,000 +

Refugee Children Below Age 18


Students Impacted at ROL Since 2016

We Could Use A Hand!

...all the hands we can get our hands on.

By supporting what we do, contributions to HASS help sustain learning opportunities for refugee children and their right to an education.
Every month we spend an average RM100 per student to support a child through school.

Click 'Sponsor A Child' to find out more or visit our Needs List page to see what other priority needs we have.

Rashidah, 6, previously unable to leave her shared apartment for a year, found a home, a school and new friends in June 2018

Meet Sadiya.
She speaks fluent Burmese.
Now she speaks & writes English, Malay, Mandarin and Sign Language too.

Our Partners