Local Government Development Ministry to expand healthy city pilot project

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Local Government Development Ministry will expand the Healthy City pilot project to other locations in an effort to realise the development of healthy, sustainable and safe cities to support the Malaysia Madani agenda.

Its deputy secretary-general Suhaimi Ali said the latest location of the project was at Laman Rekreasi Tasek Tambahan, Ampang, involving an allocation of RM500,000.

"It is hoped that this project will benefit the local community in improving their health and quality of life," he said when launching the Healthy City pilot project at Laman Rekreasi Tasek Tambahan, Ampang here on Sunday . Prior to this, three locations had been selected for the Healthy City pilot project under the Agenda Nasional Malaysia Sihat 2021, namely Jerantut, Pahang; Laman Rekreasi Tasek Tambahan Ampang, Selangor; and Taman Tasik Putra Kulim, Kedah, involving a total allocation of RM1.5mil.

 

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