Committed to bringing clean water to Orang Asli villages


An Orang Asli villager showing the before and after results of water being filtered.

SURAYATI and her mother, Norisah used to walk three hours and carry 16 buckets of water daily from their village well for the family’s use.

The groundwater reeked with an unbearable odour. Yet, the family had no choice but to drink the well water — their only source of water.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 48
Cxense type: NA
User access status: 3

Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Metro News

Revving to unveil carpark
Exco member: Public must feel safe using bus after pandemic
Selangor readies climate action plan
‘KL road project must benefit the people, not create new traffic woes’
Lack of funds prevents upgrade of structurally damaged roads
Penang folk eagerly await opening of covered parking space
Volunteers rally to help flood-hit village in Kulai
January harvest for Sungai Johor mussel farm
GLITTERY STAR-STUDDED CHRISTMAS AFFAIR
RM26.5mil in Selangor state funds for repairs at 742 schools

Others Also Read