Boost for Malaysia's socio-economic initiative


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  • Monday, 24 Jul 2017

Standing tall: Norashikin received a lot of positive feedback after presenting SL1Ms initiatives at a UN forum.

Delegates impressed with collaboration between the public and private sectors

THE Jalur Gemilang flew high and proud outside the World Convention Centre at The Hague, Netherlands, as the United Nations (UN) recognised Malaysia as one of the leading change agents in graduates’ marketability programmes, addressing issues like unemployment, poverty and lack of skilled workforce.

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