WWF Malaysia commends Sabah govt for allowing feedback on Sabah Maju Jaya plan

WWF-Malaysia’s Conservation Head in Sabah Dr Robecca Jumin says the organisation looks forward to continue to assist the state government in achieving these realisable goals.

KOTA KINABALU: WWF-Malaysia has applauded the Sabah government for ensuring that the people’s voices are heard when it comes to development plans for the state.

The non-governmental organisation said that the state government's action of getting feedback on the Sabah Maju Jaya (SMJ) development plan through its website promotes inclusivity and a sense of shared ownership with the people of Sabah.

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