Empowering the Orang Asli


By IVAN LOHILI AQILAH

Wong with a truck-load of durian harvested by the Orang Asli in Chenderiang.

THE Covid-19 pandemic has greatly impacted locals including the natives.

The livelihood of Perak’s Orang Asli community has also been affected as they are not able to sell produce from the jungle or farms or even go beyond their village for work because of the various movement control orders implemented to curb the spread of Covid-19.

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