Taking care of orang asli kids

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 08 May 2019

Getting assistance: Volunteers make weekly deliveries of milk, biscuits and vitamins for the children of Pos Kemar.

IPOH: The Health Ministry has been carrying out measures to improve the nutrition of orang asli children in Pos Kemar, Gerik, since 2010 under its Community Feeding Programme, says the Perak Mentri Besar’s office.

It said under the programme, the initiative had been expanded to seven settlements from the initial four, consisting of 17 feeding centres in Pos Kemar.

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