RM300,000 for revenue-earning projects for Orang Asli

Faisal says the department will assist to improve the Orang Asli's life with income generating projects.

THE Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) wants to continue improving the life of Orang Asli in Johor to ensure they are not left behind in mainstream development.

State Jakoa director Faisal Long said the department would work closely with federal and state agencies as well as the corporate sector to reach out to the Orang Asli with income-generating projects.

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