Besides extending hands to people in need overseas, Mercy Relief is also embarking on local projects to raise awareness about the ongoing humanitarian needs.
Produced by six final year students from Nanyang Polytechnic’s School of Interactive and Digital Media, “Little Mercy” is a platform to engage and educate children on the operations of humanitarian relief.
“Little Mercy” consists of three different games – Little Jellybean Adventure, Speedy Rescue and Relief Rush. Designed and produced over a period of three months, each game comes with unique characters to ‘transport’ the players into the world of humanitarian workers and is suitable for children aged five to twelve.
Besides imparting knowledge on humanitarian work, the online games aim to raise awareness amongst the younger generation on the mechanics of humanitarian work in a simple and fun way. At the same time, the games also encourage them to avoid being passive bystanders to the humanitarian crises around them. The games are accessible to children within and beyond Singapore.
The “Little Mercy” games team are:
Nigel Low – Designer of Little Jelly Bean Adventure
Wilson Choo – Programmer of Little Jelly Bean Adventure
Adly Idzuan – Designer of Relief Rush
Ronson Fong – Programmer of Relief Rush
May Thu Maung – Designer of Speedy Rescue
Olivia Lau – Programmer of Speedy Rescue
and their mentors: Josef Shazarin, Chua Bee Luan and Melissa Lim
About Mercy Relief
Mercy Relief is a Singaporean humanitarian organisation which engages in both disaster relief and sustainable development programmes. It was established in 2003 as an independent non-governmental humanitarian charity responding to the human tragedies in Asia. Mercy Relief’s aid programme focuses on providing timely and effective assistance to disaster-stricken communities and has maintained the delivery of emergency aid within 72 hours from the point of appeal for assistance.
In the past 12 years, Mercy Relief has disbursed over S$32 million in aid across 40 disaster relief and 53 sustainable development initiatives. Mercy Relief has impacted an aggregate of 2 million lives in 24 countries and areas, namely Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, DPR Korea, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Laos, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Palestine, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Yemen.
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