We embrace partnerships with social action groups, academia and NGOs supporting leprosy work and research, who wish to initiate projects that would benefit the leprosy community and the preservation of leprosy history. We also welcome volunteers and corporate assistance, both in Malaysia and abroad, in forming partnerships to initiate sustainable community service projects that can lead to favorable changes in the delivery of our service, that is in line with our mission.

You can make a difference. 

 

Donate

If you would like to make any donation to the residents of the Valley of Hope, please contact:

Sungai Buloh Settlement Council
Add: Majlis Penempatan Sungai Buloh
Pusat Kawalan Kusta Negara
47000, Sungai Buloh
Selangor, Malaysia.

Tel/Fax: 03-6156 4223

Account Name: Majlis Penempatan Sungai Buloh (Registration No: PPM-001-10-15071959)

Account No.: Public Bank 3098 47 3010
(All donations are eligible for tax-exemption. Kindly provide us with the name of the donor, contact no. and mailing address. Please also email us a copy of the bank in slip after payment has been remitted, addressed to eannee0227@gmail.com

Volunteer

You can also join us as a volunteer to help out in the following:

  1. Writer -To interview the leprosy survivors and document their life history.
  2. Photographer-for oral history project and ongoing community service projects.
  3. Narrator-English, Malay or Mandarin-speaking for Heritage Tours.
  4. Translator-for website news updates, Chinese to English and vice versa.
  5. Volunteers-for story gallery and events.

 

 

 

Support Us

If you’d like to support our work, you can purchase our publications for personal reading or as a donation to school libraries.

The Way Home (Chinese Edition)

 
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The Isolated Emotional World of Leprosy Patients and Their Descendants Author: Tan Ean Nee & Joshua Wong

First Published/2011

RM 45 West Malaysia
RM 50 East Malaysia

Synopsis:  This book is a collection of first-hand stories about the lives of leprosy patients, containing an aspect that official history has never touched upon. Told by two generations, the stories reflect the great impact that the segregation policy has had on the patients’ family. It tells about the pain, injustice and the hope of families affected by leprosy, including the agonising wait of parents wishing to be reunited with children who had been taken away at birth, heartfelt reunions and tales of children seeking their parents, be it alive or dead.

 

The Way Home (English Edition) 

 
 

The Isolated Emotional World of Leprosy Patients and Their Descendants Author: Tan Ean Nee & Joshua Wong

First Published/2012

RM 45 West Malaysia

RM 50 East Malaysia

Synopsis:  This book is a collection of first-hand stories about the lives of leprosy patients, containing an aspect that official history has never touched upon. Told by two generations, the stories reflect the great impact that the segregation policy has had on the patients’ family. It tells about the pain, injustice and the hope of families affected by leprosy, including the agonising wait of parents wishing to be reunited with children who had been taken away at birth, heartfelt reunions and tales of children seeking their parents, be it alive or dead.

 

Reunion at the Graveyard (Malay Edition

 
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A true story of a lady who was determined to search for the truth of her origins

Author: Noraeni Mohamed & Tan Ean Nee

First Published/2014

RM 35 West Malaysia
RM 40 East Malaysia

Synopsis: “Reunion at the Graveyard” tells of the life experiences of Madam Noraeni, a descendant of Sungai Buloh. She was adopted by the driver of the Kelantan Sultan and was brought up in the Palace.  After discovering that she was a descendant from Sungai Buloh, she strived hard to trace her roots. 

 

Reunion at the Graveyard (English) 

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A true story of a lady who was determined to search for the truth of her origins

Author: Noraeni Mohamed & Tan Ean Nee

First Published/2015

RM 40 West Malaysia
RM 45 East Malaysia

Synopsis: “Reunion at the Graveyard” tells of the life experiences of Madam Noraeni, a descendant of Sungai Buloh. She was adopted by the driver of the Kelantan Sultan and was brought up in the Palace.  After discovering that she was a descendant from Sungai Buloh, she strived hard to trace her roots. 

 

Valley of Hope Pictorial History Book 

Published by: Care & Share Circle

First Published/2015

RM 100 West Malaysia

RM 120 East Malaysia

Synopsis: This recount the tales of the residents’ lives within the grounds of the settlement. From the ordinary to the intriguing, they recollected how they came to live here, how they adapted to life within new surroundings, and the work they had to undertake in order to support themselves and their community within the settlement, including romantic tales from the lucky few who fell in love and started their own families here; all while learning to cope with the harsh realities of the illness.

With the purchase of any book, a free DVD would be given as a compliment (either “Anak-anak Sungai Buloh” or “Descendants of the Wind” or “Sisters”). 

 
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To order the above books, please fill in the form below, we will get back to you as soon as possible. 


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