PM Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin visits PPR and Promises More Aid to the Community
The PPR residents impacted by the pandemic and visibly struggling with poverty, required assistance in acquiring basic necessities.
The Beyond Bins project strives for a sustainable and circular economy by connecting corporate players, the underserved communities, and Biji-Biji Initiative partners.
This project works on small-scale plastic recycling which also benefits the B40 communities by providing an additional stream of income for them. Small-scale plastic waste recycling machines are provided to the communities to produce recycled products after a period of training and guidance. The plastic can either be shredded and sold to recyclers or created into new products that can be sold on both physical and digital platforms.
The communities will stand to gain through educational programs and awareness to instill a sustainability mindset.
The appearance of the prime minister at a PPR housing area catches the attention of the media and creates a public awareness on what is really happening with the community. This action will increase the number of NGOs helping the PPR community.
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PPR Desa Rejang, Setapak
Located in Setapak, Gombak. PPR Desa Rejang's community faces a high level of poverty here. Help has been given from certain NGO's and our very own PM has visited the site to listen to their plight and promises to help.
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