Floods: Coordination lacking, urgent need to assess what is needed, says Dr Jemilah

SHAH ALAM: Coordination is lacking in the heavily affected areas that have been hit by floods and there is a need for an assessment of what is required, says humanitarian activist Tan Sri Dr Jemilah Mahmood (pic).

“Coordination that is so key is lacking. So, I can’t blame the sincere donors who just want to help.

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