KitaJaga Is Back With A New Initiative For Flood Victims Called “Banjir Mode” is helping Malaysians help each other in these unfortunate times.
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We are aware that, an initiative set up by Malaysians to help those in need has been very active during the pandemic.

Now they are back with an app designed to make it easier to send help to the flood victims.

The new app can be accessed here, which allows for users to find help or give out aid to those who need it using a mapping system that’s similar to the White and Purple Flag movements we’ve had through the pandemic.

READ MORE: Too Many White Flags? Raise A Purple Flag To Donate To Your Community!

When you access the app, you are greeted with the Perlu Bantu and Ingin Bantu buttons, for you to ask for help or give help.

As of writing, there are still hundreds of lifebuoy and wave pins scattered across the map.

The lifebuoy pin means the same as the Purple Flag, someone wants to send help, while the wave pin is an indication of a flood victim that needs help.

This new application by also offers information like how much help victims have received or if they are under quarantine.

The non-stop rain has caused massive damage and rendered families homeless, lives lost and massive property damage.

But Malaysians will always have each others backs and help out where needed at the best of their abilities.

READ MORE: #DaruratBanjir Didn’t Deter Malaysians Who Stuck Together Through Tough Times

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