Project Amal by Brunei Malay Chamber of Commerce was created with an aim to provide basic necessities for around 30 underprivileged families in preparation of the Hari Raya celebrations.
Cuckoo International (B) Sdn. Bhd with the Cuckoo Care Foundation went to donate various basic necessities and food to a single mother living with five children in Kampong Pancha Delima.
Maybank Islamic Malaysia held their regional Ramadhan Relief with the organisation giving food packs across nine ASEAN countries. For Brunei, WeCare was chosen to distribute the food packs in the Sultanate.
Iftar Muhabbah is a chance for non-muslims to visit the Jame’ Asr Hassanil Bolkiah mosque and learn the basics in Islam such as ablution and prayers, while also giving a chance for them to experience the calming atmosphere of breaking their fast in a mosque.
Geek culture has become more mainstream and common among people, that it may eventually not be called geek culture anymore and just be a normal popular culture.
A World Cup-style culinary tournament, Worldchef Battlefield 2019, was recently held in Malaysia and Brunei was represented by Chef Rezal Othman along with a team of renowned chefs in the country.
Throughout the month of April, organizations in Brunei such as SMARTER and various schools have created events to educate the public on Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The main highlight for Taste of Australia in Brunei was the Culinary Challenge, where the participants were tasked to prepare a dish using at least one Australian and one Bruneian ingredient or flavour.
In an effort to help businesses thrive, DARe has recently launched BMEN to help budding entrepreneurs to be better equipped in the ever-changing business world.
In conjunction with World Wildlife Day on 3rd March 2019, BruWILD joined the world in promoting and increasing awareness on ‘Life below water: for people and planet’, which falls under United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 14.