Perak orang asli reaping the benefits

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  • Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015

Entrepreneur: To earn a living, Ngah Uda, 52, cultivates oil palm and catches giant freshwater prawns in an old pond near the village. Photos: DARRAN TAN/The Star

The orang asli community of Kampung Chenderong Kelubi is enjoying the benefits of managing oil palm plantations and taking on second jobs.

RATHER than waiting for the outside world to improve its lot, one orang asli community in Perak has been thinking beyond government aid to make a better living.

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