Malaysians come together to restore a river in their own backyard


Through the GREduAction programme, volunteers spend time cleaning and rehabilitating the Sg Klang river site every Saturday as well as obtain knowledge on river conservation. Photos: The Star/Glenn Guan

Retiree Aziza Sandiman was highly intrigued by what she saw during one of her morning walks in her Taman Melawati neighbourhood in Gombak, Selangor.

It was a group of volunteers cleaning up the Sungai Klang site, among whom was another senior citizen.

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