Dr. Collins is the founder of the M Exchange, a pilot project that has been hosting free medical camps and building schools for underprivileged children in Bangladesh since 2013. Dr. Collins is also serving as the appointed country director for Magical Light Foundation since 2016. He is also an Advisory Mentor to the Queens Young Leaders 2018 and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society. He served as the Vice President of the Doctors Chapter of Malaysian Medics International in 2018.
Coming from a mixed background, Collins has spent time volunteering in several countries across Asia including Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, working with natives and developing capacities from the ground up.
Applying insights gained from the Institute for studies in Global Prosperity, Collins believes that service projects undertaken must develop capacities within the grassroots and display a level of sustainability in order to ensure continued progress and achieve desired results over time. Dr.Collins, enabled by his extensive network of dedicated and hardworking volunteers spanning across several local nonprofit groups in Bangladesh, strive to work unitedly to provide free healthcare, education and relief aid to thousands of people, irrespective of race, religion, caste or creed.
“The betterment of the world can be accomplished through pure and goodly deeds, through commendable and seemly conduct.”
Magical Light Foundation
November 2016 - Current
Coordinated 6 Medical camps and distributed 2.5 tonnes of aid in various
remote areas of Bangladesh.
Built 1 school in a remote location.
The M Exchange
December 2013 - Current
A Pilot Project which hosted free medical camps that provided medical treatment, free medication, health education and emergency aid to 3529 of the poorest in Bangladesh.
Coordinated the distribution of 4 Tonnes of relief aid to remote areas and
the establishment of 2 sustainable schools in low-income areas for 166
U.S Department of State
August 2018 - December 2018
Recipient of the Community Solutions Program (CSP) fellowship by the U.S Department of State. Thematic area: Tolerance and Conflict resolution.
George Mason University
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)