Instilling positive mindset in those living at flats


The volunteers and undergraduates also showed the children from PPR Lembah Subang the right way to wash their hands to ensure cleanliness.

PAEDIATRIC care experts have opined that there must be a break in intergenerational parenting habits when raising children in places such as the People’s Housing Projects (PPR).

Parents must be roped into taking charge of the cleanliness and facilities in such housing areas and be included in all programmes planned for it to achieve a long-term positive impact.

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