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Japan supports local efforts to help disabled with employment


Miyakawa (second from left) during his visit to Yayasan Gamuda’s Enabling Academy. With him are (from left) Human Resource Ministry deputy secretary-general Lim Eng Hock, Women, Family and Community Development Ministry’s Development of People with Disabilities department director Datuk Maria Bernard Sinsoi and Gamuda Bhd group managing director Datuk Lin Yun Ling.

Miyakawa (second from left) during his visit to Yayasan Gamuda’s Enabling Academy. With him are (from left) Human Resource Ministry deputy secretary-general Lim Eng Hock, Women, Family and Community Development Ministry’s Development of People with Disabilities department director Datuk Maria Bernard Sinsoi and Gamuda Bhd group managing director Datuk Lin Yun Ling.

JAPANESE Deputy Labour Minister Akira Miyakawa made an official visit to Yayasan Gamuda’s Enabling Academy, which serves as an Employment Transition Centre (ETC) that trains individuals on the autism spectrum for employment in corporate companies.

Miyakawa, who also holds the Health and Welfare portfolios, was in Malaysia to attend the 10th Asean plus three Labour Ministers Meeting (ALMM+3) in Kuala Lumpur.

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