JKM’s new guidelines allow NGOs to distribute food to needy folk


MPAJ enforcement officers sealing off a playground at Pangsapuri Sri Impian in Ukay Perdana after it was reported by residents that children were still congregating there.

NON-governmental organisations (NGO) can now realise their goal of helping the needy during the movement control order (MCO) with new guidelines from the Welfare Department (JKM).

The guidelines state that NGOs that plan to distribute food, need to inform JKM a day in advance of distribution works.

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