On 20 June 2020, the relief mission to Kampung Ralak Pos Kemar took 5 hours over a 60km stretch under the often-expected equatorial thunderstorm. The rain did not dampen the spirit of MB Inc. Perak staff, members of the Persatuan Kebajikan Saudara Perak and Persatuan Insan Perak.
The 70 boxes of basic necessities from rice, flour, sugar, cooking oil, condensed milk, tea, coffee, biscuits and soap were safely delivered by the mission convoy despite the fact of having being forced to do an overnight at a surau located on the way to this village due to bad weather.
The Tok Batin (aborigine community village head) of Kampung Ralak, Abu Bakar bin Aluej and several members of his community received the supplies on behalf of 350 residents of Pos Kemar.
Under the direction of Dato’ Seri Ahmad Faizal Dato’ Azumu, the Menteri Besar of Perak, MB Inc. Perak mobilizes systemic relief missions to various Orang Asli communities in Perak to raise their socio-economic standards. And since the pandemic began, MB Inc. Perak on several occasions, visited Orang Asli villages throughout the state to distribute food aid and looked into the welfare of the people during peak of Covid-19/MCO.
His village adoption program like the Kampung Sungai Cincin in Chenderiang and Kampung Bukit Cermin in Kuala Kangsar, are two projecting examples the MB is keen to replicate. This is to ensure the holistic growth of these communities especially in the areas of education, economics and social growth are not ignored. Perak has more than 65,000 indigenous people and in the pipeline are plans to introduce a strategic plan to protect their overall interest.