Malaysian Relief Agency (MRA) is a humanitarian organisation
registered under the Trustee Act 1952 (PPAB 20/2010), with the
primary objective of assisting those affected by natural
disasters or armed conflicts, both local and abroad. As a
non-profit organisation, all activities are sponsored and
supported by concerned individuals and corporations. In 2014,
MRA received special consultative status from United Nation –
Economic and Social Council (UN – ECOSOC) which enable MRA to
participate in UN deliberations. In 2017, MRA was accepted as an
Associate Member of the Federation of Islamic Medical
As years past, we have grown in numbers. MRA has expanded to 11
states in Malaysia including Sabah and Sarawak. Our greater
purpose is to ensure our assistance is given to the
beneficiaries in an effective and efficient manner.
MRA is determined to develop skills and train its staff and
volunteers in the aspects of humanitarian work, including
technical skills, networking, identifying, implementing of the
project, fund raising and management.
Disaster Management and
MRA had responded to several disasters locally and
internationally. These are the list of a few disasters that MRA
had sent assistance to. Floods in Kedah (2010), Kelantan (2014 –
2015) and Pakistan (2010); tsunami and earthquakes in Padang -
Pariaman Indonesia (2010), Japan (2011), Nepal (2015) and Palu -
Central Sulawesi Indonesia (2018); typhoon in Cebu - Philippines
(2013) and natural disasters due to climate change in Somalia
(2011 – 2012) and Yemen (2015 to date) and currently Corona
Virus (Covid – 19) outbreak (2020).
MRA is also involved in community development projects in
countries affected by humanitarian crisis and natural disasters.
MRA is involved in clusters like:
Medical and Health Care
Livelihood & Food Security
This is to ensure that the affected communities we assist are
able to assisted for a period of time and where possible to
sustain themselves and start towards recovery.