Apps to the rescue

  • TECH
  • Wednesday, 27 Sep 2017

Over 120,000 meals have been distributed and 30,000kg of food has been saved since Robin Food was launched last December.

THERE is a rise in socially responsible initiatives by Malaysians which now make doing good easier than ever.

More and more apps and websites are being created to support campaigns and programmes that tackle issues such as poverty, education and deforestation in Malaysia, and who knows, perhaps even the world.

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