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Sabah students deliver winning pitch


Wat-er idea: The Boleh Bah Kalau Kau 2.0 team members posing with (standing, from left) Low, Azureen, Tuanku Zara Salim, Education Ministry’s chief assistant director Dr Rodiah Idris and Goh during the YCMA prize-giving ceremony in Kuala Lumpur.

Wat-er idea: The Boleh Bah Kalau Kau 2.0 team members posing with (standing, from left) Low, Azureen, Tuanku Zara Salim, Education Ministry’s chief assistant director Dr Rodiah Idris and Goh during the YCMA prize-giving ceremony in Kuala Lumpur.

KUALA LUMPUR: A proposed project to deliver clean water to rural communities in Tamparuli, Sabah, secured top spot in the group category of the Young Changemakers Awards 2017 (YCMA) for a team of students from SMK Tamparuli.

“This is a pleasant surprise. We didn’t think we could beat the other finalists.

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