Sabah e-Kasih recipients also eligible for food basket programme, says minister


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 24 Nov 2020

Shahelmey (centre) looks on as one of the volunteers puts the finishing touches to a personal protective equipment (PPE) gown at a handing-over ceremony on Tuesday (Nov 24).

KOTA KINABALU: Recipients under the e-Kasih programme, a government database of registered poor families, are also eligible to receive food baskets under a government programme in Sabah, says Shahelmey Yahya.

The Sabah State Community Development and People’s Well-being Minister said this when asked of plans to expand the food basket programme to other groups during the ongoing movement restrictions in Sabah.

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