How a school for stateless children brought clean water to Sabah villages

Chelsea Justalianus Lim

Modified 10 Jan 2020, 7:52 am

A move by a school for stateless children to install water tanks for the school has managed to provide water supply for an estimated 15,175 residents in three Sabah villages.

Volunteers at Sekolah Alternatif decided to install water tanks when they found it difficult to provide enough water for the children.

The schools operate in Kampung Hidayat, Tawau; Kampung Air Hujung, Semporna and Teluk Layan in Kota Kinabalu....

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