Malaysian organisation empowers Orang Asli communities affected by the pandemic

Epic Homes is Epic’s initiative that aims to build relationships through the act of building homes, bridging the gap between the urban and rural divide by mobilising trained volunteers to construct homes with marginalised communities. Photos: Epic

Despite having only one arm, Amni Ambui, 28, has picked up the basic skills of window-making, thanks to one local organisation’s initiative that provides the Orang Asli with economic opportunities.

From Kg Sungai Kelubi, Hulu Selangor in Selangor, Amni and his wife Rekha Abu, 29, have both undergone training under the Epic Homes: Windows programme and have been producing windows for Epic Homes.

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