In conjunction with World Polio Day, Rotary Club of Bukit Angkasa organise a walkathon on 21 October 2018 at Dataran DBKL to raise awareness for the polio eradication efforts by Rotary International.
The event began early in the morning and Dato' Nor Hisham bin A Dahlan, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, conducted the walkathon's official flag-off.
During the event, PWD Smart Farmability's HOPE Box was able to become one of the main highlights, allowing us to reach out to a large number of people with disabilities and positioning ourselves as the key to a brighter future for them.
Our HOPE Box was introduced as one of our methods to reach our aspiration to make nutritious food and meaningful jobs accessible to the disabled community. The box also stands as one of PWD Smart Farmability's efforts to innovate low carbon emission, energy-efficient, and climate change resilient environmentally sustainable agriculture for the nation.
Beyond thinking outside the green building, we also explained that PWD Smart Farmability shares the same vision with the "Shared Prosperity 2030 Vision for Malaysia" with our Zero Reject Policy. The policy is a practice whereby any registered or unregistered urban OKU or B40 individuals can apply for a job at our farms without the worry of being rejected for their physical limitations.
As we move towards the world’s vision of Smart City 2030 and the Industrial Revolution 4.0, we humbly appeal to the public to help us restore and provide better inclusivity among the Malaysians by adopting our HOPE Box for only RM150 or $35.
Visit our website at www.pwdsmartfarmability.com/ for more information on how you can help us provide nutritious and unrefrigerated vegetables to those who need it today.