Pineapple plantation project enables orang asli community to earn a stable income


Tengku Fahd Mua’adzam (middle, in green) with the orang asli community who received donations at the event.

ROMPIN: The East Coast Economic Region Development Council’s (ECERDC) Rompin integrated pineapple plantation project has improved the living standards of the orang asli community here.

Single mother Murni Sifir, 26, said looking for work was once difficult in the area.

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