Journey to village a ‘survival course’


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  • Monday, 16 Mar 2020

Safely delivered: (From right, back row) Wolf and Imm taking a group picture with the children and their new laptops in Kampung Giring in Ranau, Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: Volunteers from a peninsula-based NGO not only had a first-hand look at how poor villagers in the interior of Sabah lived through their harsh realities, they also battled a “survival course”.

A six-member team from Soroptimist International Ampang and Pertubuhan Komuniti Elite had several close shaves as they took boat rides in the dark and one boat overturned by the dangerously strong currents.

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