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Community-based rehabilitation centre trainers to learn to train disabled people and spot talent.
BEIRUT/AMMAN/DUBAI (Reuters) - In May, Syrian tycoon Rami Makhlouf, a cousin and long-time ally of President Bashar al-Assad, took a once unimaginable step.
KOTA KINABALU: A local college here is promoting a campaign to encourage studying in Sabah in view of the negative economic impacts of Covid-19.
DECADES may have passed, but medicine and dentistry remain hot career choices for young Malaysians leaving high school. While career choice can often be easy to make, driven by the student’s inner passion and drive, often, the same cannot be said in choosing the higher education institution where they can pursue their studies.
In this second of a four-part Young Leaders Series, Yayasan Khazanah scholars share how they learn where their strength lies
GEORGE TOWN: The reopening of schools and other sectors during the recovery movement control order (MCO) has drawn smiles across the nation.
EVERY child has the right to education without discrimination. Regardless of their social standing and financial status, children deserve to go to school, to equip themselves with knowledge and skills to become social conscious adults and contribute to society.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: With the culture of social media content creation fast catching on, users have been urged to practise self-regulation and uphold ethics when producing digital content.
PETALING JAYA: South-East Asian youths have shown “extraordinary resilience and adaptability” to social and economic disruptions of Covid-19, with many taking the opportunity for personal growth, says a new regional study.
PETALING JAYA: Despite showing resilience in adapting to the rapidly changing and turbulent times, Malaysian youth need to keep adjusting quickly or face difficulties in an environment with a global recession, said youth leaders.