Oasis International School – Kuala Lumpur – UN SDG: Zero Hunger

Recently, a dozen OIS students and staff spent the day with local organizations learning about different ways to combat hunger. In the morning, students spent time serving at Kembara Kitchen’s community farm. Afterwards, students learned how Kembara Kitchen uses community partners and creative solutions to solve food shortages during times of crises. After weeding in the garden, students and staff brought over RM700 of food donations to Kembara Kitchen’s warehouse while learning about the logistical considerations involved in combating the Zero Hunger SDG.  

At lunch time, the OIS team headed back to school, but their day was not done. For lunch, Oasis invited the Picha Project to campus to teach students how to make shawarma and how the organization is empowering refugee women in KL through a creative marriage between social entrepreneurship and food. It was an amazing day of serving, learning, and food.