Paramedic career beckons for Semai youths


‘Work and learn’: (From right) Dr Chow with Rosila and Samsuri at his clinic in Kuala Lumpur.

MEDICAL care is often inaccessible in remote areas. To receive treatment, villagers have to travel for hours and experience discomfort as their vehicles traverse over rough terrain.

Such is the case for the Semai indigenous people living in Pos Lenjang and Pos Titom, in Kuala Lipis, Pahang.

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