Background Based on assessments done in Taman Senangin and Kampung Mainroad, CREST has decided to distribute wardrobe furniture in the area as by requested majority of the residents.
Team Members Team Leader - Edward Tan Assistant Leader - Dawn Tan Field Treasurer - Tracy Chan Volunteer - Dylan Seow Volunteer - Clare Rongkos Volunteer - Laura Rongkos
Objective 1. Gather a complete list of addresses in Taman Senangin and Kampung Mainroad. 2. Distribute notice letters to each house within designated area. 3. Arrange for a distribution venue.
Taman Senangin, Perai, Penang. (GPS: N5°23.048’ E° 100 23.096’)
Travel Events 15 Jan 2018 1805hrs Edward and Tracy arrived at Penang airport. Meet up with Dawn. 1900hrs Dinner and briefing followed by RnR for the night. 16 Jan 2018 1000hrs Meeting with MP of Perai at Pearl View Hotel, Perai. 1300hrs Meeting with Pastor Saravanan and Mr. David of TMC Prai. 1600hrs Collecting house addresses at Taman Senangin. 1900hrs Dinner and debrief for the day. 17 Jan 2018 1000hrs Collecting house addresses at Taman Senangin. 1030hrs Meeting with Head Mistress of SJKC Chung Hwa 3. 1100hrs Resume collection of house addresses in Taman Senangin. 1700hrs Completed collection of house addresses in Taman Senangin. 1800hrs Input addresses and issue serial numbers to each address in Excel worksheet. 1900hrs Dinner and debrief for the day. 18 Jan 2018 1000hrs Planning and hand over tasks to Dawn Tan. 1340hrs Edward and Tracy depart from Penang back to Kuala Lumpur via flight. 19 Jan 2018 1000hrs Dawn and team continue with collecting house addresses in Kampung Mainroad. 22 Jan 2018 1230hrs Delivery of notice letters to houses within Taman Senangin. 2130hrs Delivery for the day ends followed by dinner and debriefing. 24 Jan 2018 1515hrs Resume delivery of notice letters to houses in Kampung Mainroad. 1830hrs Delivery of notice letters to houses in Kampung Mainroad completed.
Activity 1. Taman Senangin, Perai, Penang. (GPS: N5°23.048’ E° 100 23.096’) 1. Acquire final total number of households and addresses within Taman Senangin by going from house to house to visually confirm or by asking local residents. Many houses in both Taman Senangin and Kampung Mainroad do not have attached numbers on their lots. After inquiring we found that certain houses had also changed the front door numbers due to personal beliefs. Ground team had also approached the MP of Perai for the official addresses for cross reference. These official addresses are crucial for the actual distribution day where they will be cross checked with serial numbers issued to each notice letter, residents MyKad or their water/electricity bill and our internal system to ensure no duplicated recipients or claims.
2. Delivery of notice letters to each house within the designated area and to ensure that these letters get into the hands of the local residents. Our thanks go to local resident and partner, Mr. David Danabal (Tamil Methodist Church, Prai) and headmistress of Chung Hwa 3, Mdm. Ng Meng Yau for their assistance in securing a covered basketball court and a classroom for use on distribution day.
Conclusion Statistics from the assessment at Taman Senangin shows that 40 families chose preference for furniture, 21 for electrical appliances, 0 for School Kits, 2 with no preference.
Submitted by: Edward Tan