Temiar tribe with ASYRAF RASID

It was truly a blessing from the sky for the flood-stricken orang asli of the Temiar tribe in the jungle of Kuala Betis when they saw a helicopter hovering above their village.The helicopter carried a group of volunteers including doctors and essential items.The team of 12 doctors and assistants, who dubbed themselves as the "Flying Medics", were part of a flood relief programme organised by the United Sikhs. United Sikhs coordinator Rishiwant Singh said the two-day mission was important as many of the orang asli were not in good health as they were badly affected by the floods that hit the area last December and were deprived of clean drinking water and food. Many of the settlements were completely cut off to land transportation due to heavy rain which caused landslides resulting in the villagers not being able to go outside.

 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


 Pix by Asyraf Rasid


Pix by Asyraf Rasid