Meet Rufaidah, a student From University of Visayas. Hear this shy and introverted lady's after thoughts on their visit and outreach activity to the fire victims in Cebu. “It hurts to see what happened to them with the fire incident. Coming here, I realized that we have to do more to gain and collect more donations. I hope we can help more people, and I mean not only Muslims but even the Christian victims as well, they too had suffered. Helping must be indiscriminate and equal to all. We all know that what we gave them today was not enough. It made me feel bad that I was born poor for if only I was rich, I will give them what they need. If only I had more money, I could have given more.”

- Stories of Bangsamoro
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