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Rosmah Meets Children With Special Needs At Sibu Agape Centre | 23/02/2010
Untitled document SIBU, Feb 23 2010 (Bernama) -- The prime minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah, on Tuesday visited the Sibu Agape (Unconditional love for the special population) centre here to meet children with special needs and inspect the facilities provided.

Rosmah, who is accompanying her husband, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, on a two-day visit to Sarawak, later officially opened the centre, the first of its kind in the state, which is being run by five organisations, including the Lau King Howe Memorial Children's Clinic, under one roof.

She also attended a briefing by Sibu Hospital paediatrician Dr Toh Teck Hock on the services provided by the centre, where 3,000 children with special needs had registered for rehabilitation and medical care since it was set up in April 2006.

There are now 500 children attending weekly classes at the centre under its education and early intervention programme with the support of the Sibu Community Services Association.

Rosmah, who was met on arrival by Sibu Agape Centre chairman Datuk Tiong Thai King, also presented "angpow" to children with special needs at the function.

Source: BERNAMA
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