PUNB, PM’s Dept team up for CSR programme in Jerantut

  • Nation
  • Friday, 15 Jul 2022

Datuk Mohammad Ismail handing over the cheque to Roslan Liki(left), Chairman of Gusai Mosque, Ulu Tembeling. Also present at the PUNB and Prime Minister’s Department CSR program in Jerantut and Ulu Tembeling, Pahang is Datuk Ahmad Nazlan Idris (centre ).

JERANTUT: Perbadanan Usahawan Nasional Bhd (PUNB) teamed up with the Prime Minister’s Department for a corporate social responsibility programme, which was carried out at four villages in Ulu Tembeling here.

A total of 35 people were a part of the delegation led by PUNB chairman Datuk Ahmad Nazlan Idris and deputy secretary-general (management) of the Prime Minister’s Department, Datuk Mohammad Ismail.

The group visited Kampung Gusai, Kampung Bantal, Kampung Orang Asli Bengoi and Kampung Kuala Sat, where they met local residents and provided donations.

This included Yayasan Pembangunan Ekonomi Islam Malaysia’s (YaPEIM) donation of school uniforms to students at Kampung Orang Asli Bengoi.

“We met the locals to get to know them better and also to get to know the problems they are facing,” Ahmad Nazlan said in a statement.

“Besides that, this welfare initiative also gives us the opportunity to contribute to the community and make them happy,” he added.

PUNB - a company under the Prime Minister’s Department - had also contributed a van to the Maahad Qiraat An-Nur tahfiz centre here.

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