Pahang Orang Asli communities finally get toilets


Aminah Farid

Jamidah (right) and his wife build a toilet in Bukit Biru village near Muadzam, Pahang. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Seth Akmal, January 20, 2022.

MORE than 10 Orang Asli villages in Rompin and Pekan have long-awaited new toilet facilities, which they built themselves with the help of civil society group The Global Peace Foundation (GPF).

GPF, a non-profit organisation with a mission to build resilient and cohesive Orang Asli communities, provided the guidance and construction materials for the toilets, which are now benefitting 350 Orang Asli villagers.


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