Indonesia plans more community learning centres in Sarawak


Pupils taking part in Indonesia’s 72nd Independence Day celebration at its consulate in Kuching.

KUCHING: The Indonesian government is looking to set up three new community learning centres (CLCs) in Sarawak to cater for the growing number of children of its foreign workers here.

Indonesian Consul-General in Kuching Jahar Gultom said there were 16 CLCs across the state, accommodating 981 students from the plantations.

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