Orang Asli issues: Managing health still a problem


HEALTH CHECK ON ORANG ASLI CHILDREN IN POS LENJANG-LIPIS RECEBNTLY.

It’s not easy when you’re miles from the nearest medical facility and can’t access even basic healthcare.

Dorani Gumba is looking forward to going back to his village in Hulu Perak next month. The 31-year-old Temiar has spent the past year at the Orang Asli Hospital in Gombak, Selangor, being treated for leprosy.

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