Meet the do-gooders

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  • Wednesday, 08 Mar 2017

Naaraayini and Koggelavani help children build self-confidence and soft skills through performing arts. — KHAIRUL IMRAN/The Star

Three social enterprises serve the community by helping children and youths gain confidence by learning skills.

RUNNING a social enterprise is no easy feat. It takes good planning and execution of ideas, hard work as well as a whole lot of passion to give back to others while trying to keep afloat.

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