Stop the Papar Dam


When the Warisan Plus government announced that the controversial Papar Dam project would proceed despite objections, Diana Sipail's heart sank.

“My village will be submerged, ” said Diana Sipail, who’s part of the Taskforce Against Kaiduan Dam (TAKAD).

Diana’s village is in Kampung Terian, one of the 13 villages in Penampang and Papar affected by the RM3bil Papar Dam. Her heart sank when the Warisan Plus government announced that the controversial dam would proceed despite objections.

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