An indigenous tribe from Tapah ,Perak , cutoff from society. Living in improper conditions without life’s basic necessities such as electricity and clean water.
21 of us from University of Technology Petronas,Perak, Malaysia, under our community engagement project, intend to help make their lives better by providing a workshop on how to make their own water filter for each house (14 houses). Hydrophonic farming will be introduced and will be made to feed thevillage or to sell the vegetables .
Furthermore, we are planning to setup a medical camp for the villagers as there are those in desperate need of medical attention.
In the past, solar panels were build in order to provide electricity for the village. However, the batteries have been worn out and need to be replaced. As bad as it sounds, the batteries themselves are costly which leaves the villagers to have a shortage of power supply.
Be apart of our ambitious journey by helping us provide funding in order to pay for items that we will be using during the outreach.
All proceeds are solely used for them.