Crafting jobs for needy folk

Nor Kartini (right) teaching other housewives from the B40 group how to make soap using used cooking oil at Sesapan Batu Rembau community hall in Beranang, Hulu Langat. — Photos: AIDA AHMAD/The Star

SUSTAINABILITY is the buzz word these days not only with regard to the environment but within social enterprises too as they focus on generating employment and supporting marginalised communities.

This multiprong approach has garnered a lot of support from multinational companies and their corporate social responsibility arms, with the aim to create an ecosystem to drive their respective social missions.

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