Students raise RM200,000 in 24-hour race

Esha officiating the 24-Hour Race at IGB International School.

MORE than 800 high school students in Malaysia took part in “Operation 24” – a programme to rescue victims of human trafficking across the globe.

Various interna­tional schools came together in support of the 24-Hour Race, a global charity movement organised entirely by high school students between the ages of 14 and 19.

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