Skills training to help poor earn income through crafts


Mohd Ridzwan (second from left) with some of the programme’s participants.

THE Johor Craft Complex will help local craft entrepreneurs and individuals affected by the Covid-19 pandemic under its Community Skills Development Programme.

A total of 170 people have been selected to participate in the programme.

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