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KUCHING: In Long Lamam, a remote Penan village deep in Sarawak’s Baram district, the new permanent home for Tadika Pawah is nearing completion after construction work started in July.

It’s the result of a project by Sarawak-based volunteer organisation Barefoot Mercy, which is run by Persatuan Perkembangan Pendidi­kan Orang Pribumi.

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