Improving lives in a sustainable way

PETALING JAYA: Access to clean water was a daily struggle for some rural villagers in Sabah until a non- governmental organisation (NGO) stepped in to help.

Hopes Malaysia, a Kota Kinabalu-based NGO, has been doing just that since it was set up in 2016 by Sam Lee and Poh Khay Inn.

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