Orang asli’s ICT challenge

Class in progress: Adult orang asli learners are beginning to use social media sites to inform and promote the communitys unique beliefs, traditions and other cultural aspects. - Bernama

There is a pressing need for the nation’s disadvantaged minority to be digitally literate and informed, only then can they move forward.

WHILE illiteracy is a term usually referring to those who cannot read and write, it now extends to those with no knowledge on matters related to information communication technology (ICT) as well.

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