IMAM Response and Relief Team or widely known as IMARET, is a team established under the guidance of IMAM. It was formed in December 2014.

The main purpose of it's establishment is to deploy standby volunteers to assist in humanitarian aid in emergencies of natural or man-made disasters within Malaysia as well as international countries.

IMARET outreach has also been created to provide relief to non-disastrous areas. This outreach clinic has been operating since it's inception. Providing care in forms of medical check-up, health screening and education for the Syrian Refugees , Rohingya and also local communities such as the Orang Asli in the remote areas of Malaysia.

The relief activities focuses on medical, psychosocial, as well as water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH).



As of end October 2019, there are some 98,130 Rohingyas refugees and asylum-seekers registered with UNHCR in Malaysia.

Since June 2015, IMARET outreach team has organized regular mobile charity clinics for the Rohingyas living in Kuala Lumpur, Kelantan, Penang, Pahang and Johor.

This charity clinic started as a monthly medical outpatient clinic has expanded its services to provide dental care, eye care, vaccination services and health education for the Rohingyas.

The smart partnership initiatives with other NGOs has played a key role in making sure this project can continue benefiting the Rohingya refugees in Malaysia.


IMARET for Orang Asli project aims to provide healthcare services focusing on psychosocial and health education activities for the orang asli communities in remote parts of Malaysia.

Since August 2015, IMARET outreach team brings healthcare volunteers into the deep Malaysian rainforest to provide medical care, dental care and optometry services for the interior orang asli communities.

The smart partnership initiatives with the Ministry of Health orang asli mobile team has played a vital role in providing the regular vaccination services and antenatal checkups for the children and pregnant women living deep in the jungle.

Other than orang asli communities in Peninsular Malaysia, IMARET has expanded this project to Sarawak providing medical and dental services to the Peribumi communities.


Bajau Laut has been one of the marginalized communities in Malaysia.

They are stateless people, deemed with no identities and documents. They are nomads, most live on boats or in the middle of the sea.

Being nomads in origin make them not feasible to be documented as citizen of Malaysia thus unable to get privilege for education, health care and others.

Since July 2018, IMARET Sabah has initiated the charity mobile clinic services for the Bajau Laut communities in the coast of Semporna, Sabah.


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