Allow visas for foreign nuns to care for the aged, Home Ministry told

Susan Loone

Modified 4 Oct 2019, 3:27 am

The management of the Penang-based Little Sisters of the Poor home for senior citizens has appealed to the Home Ministry to speed up their visa applications for foreign nuns.

Sister in-charge Margaret Anne lamented that without the foreign nuns, who gave good care for the aged, the Home is in dire need of help.

"We are lacking hands daily, we really need the help and dedication of our foreign Sisters, who do this work voluntarily without pay," she said in a press conference at the Home in Lorong Batu Lanchang...

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