Malaysian Humanitarian Foundation collaborates with Teach for Malaysia to empower underprivileged students with leadership skills

2024 is here! Here's some heartwarming news to kickstart a great new year. Award-winning non-profit organisation, Malaysian Humanitarian Foundation (“MHF”) is working closely with Malaysia’s leading educational non-profit organisation, Teach for Malaysia (“TFM”) in identifying students from B40 households to offer scholarships to attend SuperCamp. 

For the December edition which ran from 18 to 22 December 2023 at Paradise Valley Broga Resort, Semenyih, Selangor, seven (7) students from several schools within Klang Valley were shortlisted by TFM to attend SuperCamp. 

During the closing ceremony of SuperCamp Malaysia where parents are briefed about what participants learnt during the 5-day camp
During the closing ceremony of SuperCamp Malaysia where parents are briefed about what participants learnt during the 5-day camp


“We work on a system to extend opportunities like this to students from the underserved communities. Not having the resources to attend programmes like this should not hinder you from unlocking your full potential and achieving greatness in the future. We hope that from 2024 onwards, we can extend the scholarships to at least 50 students annually,” Henry Teh Kok Kheng, Executive Director of MHF (郑国庆) says. 

Empowering the future leaders of Malaysia


Vassenthen A/L Devendren, 16, was filled with excitement to be selected for SuperCamp. The SMK (L) Methodist Sentul student candidly shares that his self-esteem took a hit during the transition from a Tamil school to a national school after his UPSR, which left him dissatisfied with the result. He also feels less confident due to his larger physical build. 

Vassenthen wants to make his mother, Mogana Sunthari proud by doing well at school. Vassenthen wants to make his mother, Mogana Sunthari proud by doing well at school.
Vassenthen wants to make his mother, Mogana Sunthari proud by doing well at school.

“I was disappointed to receive my UPSR result and decided to make a change. I started following a strict regime where I only allowed minimal time to rest and spend time with my family. Being the eldest in my family also means that I have the big brother role to play,” he says. He also continues to study Tamil subjects to honour his Indian heritage as he aspires to excel in his mother tongue, while improving his proficiency in English and Bahasa Melayu. 

His mother, Mogana Sunthari A/P Govindan, 41 is also surprised to see how much time Vassenthen spends in his room studying. “Everyday, after school he retreats to his room to study. Sometimes, he only texts or calls me on the phone when he wants to eat. I can see that he is driven to be successful in the future, so I’ll continue to support him,” she says. “Interestingly, though, he doesn't aspire to become a doctor! He mentioned that the COVID-19 experience has truly scared him!”

Another scholar from SMK Seksyen 27, Shah Alam, Maizatulakma Lisa Aqilah Abdullah, is a big fan of Korean culture, particularly the food and fashion. Despite her passion for entertainment, she strongly believes that her peers should set their priorities right from such a young age. 

Maizatulakma aspires to become a teacher and found motivation to do better from attending SuperCamp.
Maizatulakma aspires to become a teacher and found motivation to do better from attending SuperCamp.

“I know a lot of students my age want to be content creators and influencers, but I honestly hope to be a teacher one day. So, I’ll work hard towards this goal, acknowledging that I can be a bit lazy at times. However, after attending SuperCamp, I really found motivation to do better,” says the 15-year old student. 

“Yes, she can be lazy sometimes,” laughs Maizatulakma’s mother, Zaidatulnisa binti Salleh, 39. “But she’s really a good girl. She’s the eldest in the family and takes care of her younger siblings. She makes sure that all her homework is completed before coming home. She is also actively working for an NGO on the side, something that she picks up from me. I too am actively working for several NGOs that empower children from the B40 group with education around our neighborhood.”

Zaidatulnisa also hopes that the Malaysian education system will bring back examinations for the students. “I see examinations as a way to motivate students to apply what they have learnt at school. Examinations provide a quantifiable and measurable method for parents to assess their children's progress at school. It's not about making comparisons of whose child is better or smarter.”

Zuraida Zulkifli, 48, is a proud mother to Daliya Safeera Ramli, 15, a student at SMK Shah Alam, Bukit Jelutong. “She is very quiet at home and likes to keep to herself. She only approaches us when she needs help. She is different from her older sister who was a prefect and active at school. Her sister also attended a boarding school,” says the full-time housewife. 

Zuraida Zulkifli with her daughter, Daliya Safeera Ramli and Tuan Saripah Nor Riha Tuan Jaafar from SMK Shah Alam, Bukit Jelutong.
Zuraida Zulkifli with her daughter, Daliya Safeera Ramli and Tuan Saripah Nor Riha Tuan Jaafar from SMK Shah Alam, Bukit Jelutong.

“I don’t really want to attend boarding school like my sister,” Daliya laughs. “I’m actually an introvert and I’m afraid to make mistakes, especially when speaking in front of the crowd. Even when studying, I rely on the Internet and Youtube videos when I hit a wall. It’s not always a bad thing as it allows students like me to learn at our own pace. Now that I have attended Supercamp, I feel more confident, especially in overcoming my fear of public speaking, and I am excited to share my opinions on various issues”. 

Senior Assistant Administrator from Daliya’s school, Tuan Saripah Nor Riha Tuan Jaafar is extremely proud that one of her students was selected to receive a full scholarship to attend SuperCamp. “When TFM reached out to us to share the information about SuperCamp, we submitted 8 applications and were so delighted to know that despite the limited vacancies, Daliya made it through,” she says. “Daliya is a very dedicated student who attended all meetings set by TFM prior to her selection. I hope that she will return to our school and share everything she has learned here with her friends. We look forward to seeing more of our students attending SuperCamp in the future”.

SuperCamp is a global education brand that believes that children who are equipped with ‘the 8 Keys of Excellence’
SuperCamp is a global education brand that believes that children who are equipped with ‘the 8 Keys of Excellence’

SuperCamp is a global education brand that believes that children who are equipped with ‘the 8 Keys of Excellence’, a foundation based on the Burklyn Business School; can transform themselves to become self-motivated learners. The 8 Keys of Excellence entail:

  • Integrity
  • Commitment
  • Failure leads to Success
  • Ownership
  • Speak with Good Purpose
  • Flexibility
  • This is It
  • Balance

Meanwhile, TFM is an independent, not-for-profit organisation on a mission to give all children the opportunity to realise their potential through quality education. This education champion has been partnering with the Ministry of Education in Malaysia to reach high-need public schools. At the same time, TFM is one of the 61 partners of the prestigious global education network, Teach for All. 

TFM received recognition in 2022 for the Education & Community Category at the Merdeka Award established by PETRONAS, ExxonMobil and Shell in 2007. 


What Is Organ Rejection and How Is It Managed?

A critical concern in the field of organ transplantation, organ rejection is a phenomenon that occurs when a recipient's immune system perceives a transplanted organ as foreign tissue. Subsequently, this triggers a series of immune responses aimed at destroying or damaging the transplant. This reaction is driven by the body's natural defence mechanisms, which are programmed to identify and eliminate foreign substances. However, this natural response poses a significant challenge when its target is an organ that’s been transplanted specifically to save the recipient or improve their quality of life. 

 

The Two Types of Organ Rejection

There are primarily two types of organ rejection: hyperacute rejection and acute rejection. Hyperacute rejection is a rare but severe form of the condition that takes place almost immediately after transplantation, usually within minutes to hours. It arises when pre-existing antibodies in the recipient's blood strongly react against the transplanted organ. This critical mismatch, often involving incompatible blood types, almost always leads to complete organ failure.

Acute rejection, on the other hand, is a more common occurrence. This takes place over days, weeks, or even months after the organ transplant. In this case, the recipient's immune system recognises the organ as foreign, initiating a gradual attack. It is imperative to note that acute rejection can often be managed and reversed when identified and treated promptly.

Reversibility with Timely Intervention

Organ rejection can be a distressing complication, but that doesn’t mean that it’s an irreversible process. Swift medical intervention, which is enabled by early detection, can often reverse the condition and salvage the transplanted organ. Thus, it’s a must for recipients and their healthcare teams to work together, communicate, and monitor the situation. Detecting and addressing rejection promptly can greatly improve the prospects of a successful organ transplant and the recipient's well-being.

At the same time, it’s also possible to reduce the occurrence of organ rejection through the following:

Immunosuppressive Medications

The use of immunosuppressive medications is a cornerstone in the management and prevention of organ rejection. These drugs work by suppressing the recipient's immune response to the transplanted organ. Some of the most commonly prescribed immunosuppressants include corticosteroids, calcineurin inhibitors like cyclosporine or tacrolimus, and antiproliferative drugs such as mycophenolate mofetil. These medications are carefully selected and tailored to each patient's unique needs.

It is crucial for recipients to strictly adhere to their prescribed medication regimen to maintain the delicate balance between preventing rejection and minimising the potential side effects of these drugs.

Monitoring and Biopsies

Regular monitoring of transplant recipients is key to identifying the early signs of organ rejection. This typically involves routine blood tests to check for specific markers that may indicate rejection. In some cases, healthcare professionals may also recommend organ biopsies where a small sample of the transplanted organ is taken for examination. Biopsies can provide a more detailed assessment of the organ's condition, allowing for prompt intervention if signs of rejection are detected.

Continuous Patient Education

Empowering transplant recipients and their caregivers with knowledge is a key aspect of effective rejection management. It’s a must for patients to be educated on the importance of medication adherence, as missing doses of immunosuppressive drugs can increase the risk of rejection. Patients must also be able to recognise the signs of rejection early on and promptly report any changes in their health to their medical team. Informed patients are better equipped to actively participate in their own healthcare and take steps to ensure the long-term success of their transplant. 

Adjusting Medications

The dosage and combination of immunosuppressive medications a patient takes may need to be adjusted over time. This process is highly individualised and depends on the recipient's response to treatment and overall health. It's also not uncommon for healthcare professionals to fine-tune the medication regimens to strike the right balance between preventing rejection and minimising drug side effects. Recipients can aid in this process by actively engaging in ongoing discussions with their medical team about any changes they may be experiencing. 

Avoiding Infections

Immunosuppressive drugs are crucial in preventing organ rejection but can also weaken the recipient's immune system and thus make them more susceptible to infections. As such, transplant recipients are often advised to take precautions to minimise the risk of infections. This includes practising good hand hygiene, avoiding close contact with individuals who are sick, and receiving recommended vaccinations. Additionally, in case of any signs of infection, recipients should promptly seek medical attention to ensure that infections are treated promptly and effectively.

Lifestyle and Diet

The recipient's overall lifestyle and diet can significantly impact the success of their transplant. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which includes regular exercise, adequate rest, and stress management, can bolster the immune system and promote a person’s overall well-being. Equally important is following a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and lean proteins. This enhances the recipient's general health and aids in maintaining an appropriate body weight, which can help prevent complications that may lead to rejection. All in all, a holistic approach to health is a valuable ally in safeguarding the longevity and effectiveness of a transplanted organ.

Monitoring, detecting, and reversing organ rejection is a collaborative effort. By working together with their healthcare providers, individuals are empowered to protect the precious gift of life they've received. Ultimately, their combined effort can be key to offering recipients the opportunity for a brighter and healthier future.

A Foodie Mom's Guide to Perfecting Video Tutorial Cooking

In the heartlands of Singapore, where the aromas of beloved dishes like char kway teow and laksa fill the air, the kitchen remains the centrepiece of family life. Culinary traditions are not just recipes; they're stories, heirlooms, and representations of cultural identity that are passed down through generations. For moms, the kitchen often becomes a stage where these traditions come to life, nourishing both the body and the soul.

 

‘Real Spicy, Real Smooth’ by Carlsberg Malaysia

‘Real Spicy, Real Smooth’ by Carlsberg Malaysia


Food and beer, the best pair in the world. Carlsberg Smooth Draught's Real Spicy, Real Smooth returns to the fore with an even more enticing and thrilling food and beer escapade this year, happening at JioSpace, Petaling Jaya from 18th August to 2nd September. Open to all beer lovers, the Real Spicy Real Smooth campaign promises a new take on the unique gastronomic expedition, crafted to evoke a harmonious union between fiery delicacies complemented by the smoothness of Carlsberg Smooth Draught.

‘Real Spicy, Real Smooth’ by Carlsberg Malaysia
‘Real Spicy, Real Smooth’ by Carlsberg Malaysia

Don’t miss out, be part of this sensorial excursion which celebrates our love affair with local spicy food, paired with Carlsberg. Good stuff. 

In collaboration with Gumme, consumers can also customize their very own phone charms during the event
In collaboration with Gumme, consumers can also customize their very own phone charms during the event

Consumers will be treated to a fresh cold Carlsberg Smooth Draught as a special welcome drink before embarking on a journey of discovery and culinary delight. Homegrown culinary maestro, Monster Chef founder KC Choong, will also offer delectable edibles ranging from Devil’s Curry Pocket Buns, Nasi Lemak Bomb, Mala Sui Yoke and “Stinky” Popiah to turn up the heat. 

 


There is also Churn’s Beer-Gato, an artisanal affogato drowned in a duvet of smooth beer, alongside Bean Jr’s three-level explosive Mala Tau Fu Fa, all perfect pairings with Carlsberg Smooth Draught.

Cocktail Workshops are available every weekend at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm
Cocktail Workshops are available every weekend at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm

“Last year, Carlsberg Smooth Draught’s Real Spicy, Real Smooth has delivered a VIP exBEERience to 200 lucky winners, in collaboration with a Penangite Michelin-starred Chef. This year, Carlsberg Smooth Draught is back with an even larger & “smoother” celebration of beer and local spicy flavours with an enhanced and curated experience that celebrates the perfect blend between spice and smoothness. The Real Spicy, Real Smooth campaign is all about making flavourful food and smooth beer accessible to all.” commented Stefano Clini, Managing Director of Carlsberg Malaysia.

Stefano Clini, Managing Director of Carlsberg Malaysia kicked off the event with a party gun
Stefano Clini, Managing Director of Carlsberg Malaysia kicked off the event with a party gun

Carlsberg Smooth Draught has also lined-up cool collaborations with APOM, the quirky label that produces ‘punny’ yet aesthetically pleasing t-shirts and trinkets along with Gumme, the makers of customised phone charms for its passionate followers. Consumers can purchase not just exclusive merchandise, but also join the speciality workshops, conducted by Gumme every Saturday, throughout the campaign duration or try their hand at customising their very own tote bags.

Lights up the atmosphere at the Party Zone with renowned local DJs such as Bass Agents, Ken Fung, Ramsey Westwood, Mizzkiya, Naro Sim and Inquisitive from Singapore every Friday, Saturday and SundayLights up the atmosphere at the Party Zone with renowned local DJs such as Bass Agents, Ken Fung, Ramsey Westwood, Mizzkiya, Naro Sim and Inquisitive from Singapore every Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Lights up the atmosphere at the Party Zone with renowned local DJs such as Bass Agents, Ken Fung, Ramsey Westwood, Mizzkiya, Naro Sim and Inquisitive from Singapore every Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Come one, come all! 


This instalment of Carlsberg Smooth Draught’s Real Spicy, Real Smooth, opens its doors daily from 5 to 11pm on weekdays and 11am to 11pm on weekends as well as on public holidays. Yes, you heard that right, you can head there this 31 August public holiday! 

 
To register for the Real Spicy, Real Smooth event, visit https://realspicyrealsmooth.com/ for more information and be sure to ‘Like’ and ‘Follow’ @CarlsbergMY on Facebook and Instagram for Carlsberg’s latest activities and giveaways. More details can be found at https://carlsbergsmoothdraught.com/.  

Always remember to consume alcohol responsibly though. #CELEBRATERESPONSIBLY.

Celebrate World Nutrition Day “Fuel For The Future” with U.S. Potatoes!

Celebrate World Nutrition Day “Fuel For The Future” with U.S. Potatoes! 


Nutrition is what fuels us up for the better things in life. Did you know then that World Nutrition Day, celebrated on May 28 this year is themed “Fuel For The Future”, an apt theme especially coupled with my favourite U.S. Potatoes! 

“Fuel For The Future” encourages us to learn about making informed food choices and developing healthful eating and physical activity habits. A staple food which goes so well with many different cooking styles, U.S. Potatoes not only tastes great, it is really nutritious, infused with ingredients needed to give us the energy to power up in our everyday life and chores. 

Celebrate World Nutrition Day “Fuel For The Future” with U.S. Potatoes!
Celebrate World Nutrition Day “Fuel For The Future” with U.S. Potatoes! 


Containing 26 grams of carbohydrates per medium potato, this provides up to 9% of your daily needs. I feel strong already just knowing this fact about U.S Potatoes! Bye bye lethargic me, hello peak energy both mind and body! 

Healthier meals made better with U.S. Potatoes as its also rich in Vitamin C helping to support our body’s immune system. It’s also rich in Vitamin B6 (a medium potato provides 10% of the recommended daily value), helping with metabolism and proper cell functions. 

 

Containing 3 grams of plant based protein per serving, we all know protein is the building block for growth so that’s definitely a good thing! 

Oh, don’t forget potassiums! That’s the key takeaway, where potassium contained inside U.S Potatoes can help in regulating fluids and mineral balance, as well as maintaining normal blood pressure. 

This World Nutrition Day, the good folks from U.S. Potatoes invited Chef Jason Manson to curate four special and healthy recipes which makes use of the ever nutritious U.S. Potatoes. Check out the recipes below:



 



    

4 Essential House Rules to Set with Your Maid for a Harmonious Home

Life in modern Singapore has only grown busier and more fast-paced over time, and as such, it’s now not uncommon for people to find themselves with barely any free time for housework. As a result, more and more Singaporean households have begun employing domestic helpers to assist with cooking, cleaning, laundry, supervising pets or children, and other essential housekeeping tasks.

If you’re looking for a fail-safe way to find a quality housekeeper, inquiring at a reputable maid Singapore agency is a good place to start. You can also help a new maid integrate better into your household by setting clear, compassionate, and practical ground rules from the outset. Having a candid conversation with a potential helper about what actions and behaviours you expect from her will prime her to practice them from day one.

4 Essential House Rules to Set with Your Maid for a Harmonious Home
4 Essential House Rules to Set with Your Maid for a Harmonious Home

Introducing Yippi WebIM Group Meeting - Yippi by TOGL

Introducing Yippi WebIM Group Meeting - Yippi by TOGL


Online meetings and conferencing has been the new way of working recently and nearly everyone is already comfortable with the act of facing the camera for video calls and such. However, what if you’re looking for an online conferencing tool which can host a huge number of people (more than 100!)? Introducing Yippi WebIM Group Meeting from Yippi by TOGL, the solution to your needs! Read on below. 

Introducing Yippi WebIM Group Meeting - Yippi by TOGL
Introducing Yippi WebIM Group Meeting - Yippi by TOGL

How to Maximise the Benefits of Group Study

There are times when studying alone simply doesn’t cut it. This can be the case when you often find yourself unable to focus while you’re all on your own. Studying with a group can be a great way of keeping yourself accountable and ensuring that you are able to focus on the task at hand. However, just like other forms of study, group study has its pitfalls as well. For instance, some people often find that getting together with friends to prepare for an exam can end up turning into a fun social event instead of an intense review session. 

How to Maximise the Benefits of Group Study
How to Maximise the Benefits of Group Study

The good news is that there are tips that your study group can use to make the most of this crucial time. If you’re planning on meeting with others to prepare for your upcoming exams or work on your requirements for your SkillsFuture courses, here’s how you can maximise the benefits of your group study sessions.

How to Use Technology to Enhance Your Future Travels

How to Use Technology to Enhance Your Future Travels


Technology has a huge influence on the things we regularly do, including travelling. According to a survey conducted by TripAdvisor, about 45% of travellers now prefer to use their smartphones for a majority of the tasks that relate to their vacations. Indeed, for many of today’s jet-setters, it’s like second nature to use tech to learn about a destination and to finalise arrangements for transport, accommodation, shopping, and dining. 

How to Use Technology to Enhance Your Future TravelsHow to Use Technology to Enhance Your Future Travels
How to Use Technology to Enhance Your Future Travels

Whether you already count yourself among this population or you’ve only recently become more tech-curious, there are many more ways that tech can improve your upcoming travel adventures. How can you use these tools to make travel even smoother and more pleasant than it already is? This short guide will fill you in on some of the ways. 

TOGL to Lead Southeast Asia’s Social Communications Landscape

TOGL to Lead Southeast Asia’s Social Communications Landscape


TOGL Technology Sdn Bhd (TOGL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toga Limited in Malaysia and they were established on September 26, 2017, to be exact. Actively developing and fine tuning new technologies with an aim to improve everyone’s quality of life via tech, TOGL has built Southeast Asia’s premier Internet economy system. On top of that, the company has high aims of creating an entrepreneur’s platform for individuals and SMEs to succeed together. 

TOGL to Lead Southeast Asia’s Social Communications Landscape
TOGL to Lead Southeast Asia’s Social Communications Landscape

Yippi Biz - New Reward Program for Users

Yippi Biz - New Reward Program for Users


I’ve been churning out lots of content for Yippi Biz lately, and it’s for good reasons. Yippi Biz’s new reward program is something to shout about. With the rising cost of living, it’s always good to have another avenue to save money. Download Yippi, the super app that will help you save and gain points for entertainment, dining as well as to pay off bills. What can get better than this?!

Yippi is an integral part of over 6 million users worldwide now. Young customer with high purchasing power, they are Yippi Biz’s primary customer base. Yippi is offering these powerful tools to assist local SMEs to thrive in these competitive times, especially in the online marketplace. The rewards program definitely will help businesses (ie: you!) increase customer engagement, drive higher sales and thrust your business to the next level.

Yippi Biz - New Reward Program for Users
Yippi Biz - New Reward Program for Users

5 Reasons to Pursue a Career in Biotech

In the science world, there are numerous career paths that can lead to both financial rewards and a strong sense of fulfilment. One particular field that’s worth pursuing is biotechnology, which is a rapidly growing discipline. In recent decades, the biotechnology sector has opened a breadth of opportunities for professionals that seek to make a difference in the world through the integration of the natural sciences and engineering.

5 Reasons to Pursue a Career in Biotech
5 Reasons to Pursue a Career in Biotech

For the most part, biotech involves using biological systems and scientific techniques to produce technologies, treatments, and goods that could potentially improve everyday life. From medicines to household items, the products developed through biotech efforts are numerous and encompass a wide range of industries. 

Yippi Biz by TOGL - Boost Sales while Building Brand Loyalty at the Same Time

Yippi Biz by TOGL - Boost Sales while Building Brand Loyalty at the Same Time


Sustaining a business has been tougher than ever in recent times, hence any chance for an opportunity to increase sales and improve brand awareness is more than welcome. Today let’s talk about this rather new program specifically made to help you stay ahead of your e-commerce competitors. What program? It’s Yippi Biz by TOGL! Read on below on more details.

Yippi Biz by TOGL - Boost Sales while Building Brand Loyalty at the Same Time
Yippi Biz by TOGL - Boost Sales while Building Brand Loyalty at the Same Time

What’s Yippi Biz About?


Yippi Biz by TOGL aims to help local SMEs to boost sales. How? The idea is that through online advertising and loyalty rewards, your business will be flying through the roof in sales! 

Yippi Biz
Yippi Biz

A Superapp providing e-rewards for users to earn Yipps points and subsequently to redeem the points for great rewards. The all-purpose app includes utility and mobile bills payment, F&B redemption, online shopping, traveling options, entertainment choices; all of which is designed to enhance the customer’s user experience. Yippi will be expanding into new markets including the SEA region in 2023 and China in 2024.


Advance CRM System


A rewards program that features an advanced CRM system for customer data tracking, interaction and subsequently better targeted advertising, Yippi’s the way to go! Build long term customer relationship which in return should increase sales growth. Targeted ads within the app helps businesses reach new customers and increase brand awareness so be sure to tap into this feature. 

Earn Yipps Points with Yipps Wanted


When users purchase from Yippi Biz merchant partners through Yipps Wanted (Yippi’s e-rewards program), they can earn Yippi points which can then be redeemed from Yippi’s collaboration partners ie: Redbox, Freestore, Bottomless, etc. Users can also spend the points in Topzmall E-commerce platform and Togago travel booking. 

Join Yippi Biz today!
Join Yippi Biz today!

Over 6 million users!


Yippi is an integral part of over 6 million users worldwide now. Young customer with high purchasing power, they are Yippi Biz’s primary customer base. Yippi is offering these powerful tools to assist local SMEs to thrive in these competitive times, especially in the online marketplace. The rewards program definitely will help businesses (ie: you!) increase customer engagement, drive higher sales and thrust your business to the next level. 

For more information on how the Yippi’s rewards program can help your business grow, visit their social media channels below:

IG: @yippswanted

To join Yippi Biz as a merchant, please contact them via the following e-mail:  info@yippibusiness.com 

Official Website: https://www.yippiweb.com/
IG: @yippiofficial