Bandar Seri Begawan - DST recently puts smiles on the faces of some 400 special children in all four districts as the festive Hari Raya season draws to a close.
In the Belait District, the DST team was led by DST Senior Management member, Suhaimi Hj Awg Hussain, Chief Technology Officer with more than 30 DST volunteers participating.
The group visited Eric Goh Pusat Bahagia, KACA, SMARTER and Pusat Ehsan in Kuala Belait.
Meanwhile in Tutong District, the team was led by General Manager of DST Group Finance Miss Ang Siok Tuan, in the company of more than 20 DST volunteers. They visited KACA and Pusat Ehsan branches in Tutong.
At Pusat Bahaga in Tutong District, Wan Ali Wan Ibrahim. a senior instructor from the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports and Md Nasrullah El-Hakiem bin Haji AwarT Mohammed, the principal of Pusat Bahagia gave a warm welcome to DST staff
The highlight of the event was presentation of Hari Raya green packets and DST goodie bags by DST Senior management to the special needs children.
In the Brunei-Muara District, DST celebrated Hari Raya with the special needs children at Pusat Ehsan in Kg Bengkurong.
Hjh Faikah Hj Ahmad, Assistant General Manager of DST led the visiting delegation, and was welcomed by Hj Abd Hamid Maaruf, the Head of Administration of Pusat Ehsan. Hjh Faikah also presented gifts to the children.
Amongst the guests were also Hj Saifuddin Hj Ibrahim, and personnel from DST.
The Society for the Management of Autism Related issues in Training, Education and Resources (SMARTER) also welcomed delegates from DST Sdn Bhd to celebrate Hari Raya with the special needs children.
The event took place at SMARTER's Jangsak branch.
Present during the event yesterday was the CEO of DST Sdn Bhd, Idris Taher Vasi who also handed the donations and green packets to more than 90 special needs children.
The DST delegation was warmly greeted by representative from each bodies and everyone dressed in colourful Hari Raya attire to bring the festive event alive. There was also entertainment performed by children from several centres to welcome the groups.
The event was part of DST's annual community activities aimed at serving and contributing to society's special needs particularly sharing and fostering better understanding and ties amongst fellow staff, the teachers, parents and the children.--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin