‘Barefooted’ and merciful

Hard work: Volunteers and villagers loading pipes on longboats for project in Nanga Talong, Lubok Antu. Photo courtesy of Barefoot Mercy.

IF you have not heard of Barefoot Mercy, it is an organisation worth knowing and channelling your free time and energy to.

Barefoot Mercy is a non-governmental, non-profit group of individuals who are committed to help the rural poor and marginalised people of Sarawak.

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