State: Govt cannot work alone


Dzulkefly (back row, third from left), Johor Works, Infrastructure and Transport committee chairman Mazlan Bujang (fourth from left) and Neelsen (second from left) having a photo taken with students after presenting school aid during the Back To School programme in Gelang Patah.

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The private sector is encouraged to organise more corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes, especially ones involving education aid to help underprivileged students.

Johor Housing and Rural Development Committee chairman Dzulkefly Ahmad said the CSR programmes could also give the students a chance to pursue their education in a comfortable manner and continue enriching its surrounding communities.

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