Covid-19, Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Orang Asli

Covid-19, Ismail Sabri Yaakob

Orang Asli not sidelined during MCO, says senior minister | The Malaysian Insight

Orang Asli not sidelined during MCO, says senior minister

9/4/2020 10:11:00 AM

Orang Asli not sidelined during MCO, says senior minister

Ismail Sabri says aid totalling RM5 million are being dispensed to almost 50,000 Orang Asli households.

Copy URLA blockade to stop outsiders from entering an Orang Asli settlement in Sg Lalang Baru, Semenyih. Defence minister has refuted claims that the community has not been receiving timely aid during the movement control order. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, April 9, 2020.

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PUTRAJAYA has dismissed claims that Orang Asli around the country are not getting aid during the nation’s movement control order (MCO) against Covid-19, said Defence Minister Ismail Sabri YaakobThe senior minister said the Orang Asli Affairs Department (Jakoa) has been giving aid since the MCO began.

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Selangor allocates about RM300,000 to help Orang Asli during MCOCORONAVIRUS | Essential goods such as rice, flour, cooking oil, sugar to be given to 22,992 Orang Asli in the state, says Hee Loy Sian. Malay-Islamofascists and their running dogs who have now got themselves appointed as PM and Ministers by the Agong stole the whole country of Malaysia from this people and now they are throwing chicken feed at them. Watch:

Second food aid basket to Orang Asli to start on April 10 | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, April 8 — The second phase of the Food Basket Aid to 55,000 heads of households in the Orang Asli community involves an allocation of RM6 million will start on April 10, said Rural Development Minister Datuk Abd Latiff Ahmad. Abd Latiff said the second phase aid was a repeat of the...

Transport, manpower woes hindering aid reaching Orang Asli | The Malaysian InsightTribes in Perak, Pahang and Kelantan facing food shortages while department try to resolve major logistics issues.

Orang Asli sending more SOS every day, says NGOThe group's chief coordinator speaks of a shortage of food and other provisions since MCO. FMTNews OrangAsli MCO Covid19

Orang Asli minta lebih banyak bantuan tiap hari, kata NGOPusat Prihatin Orang Asli berkata, ada yang tinggal di kampung pinggir hutan mencari ikan dan sayur di hutan untuk menyara keluarga. FMTNews NGO PKP

Selangor gives Orang Asli households RM297,000 | The Malaysian InsightEssential goods, such as rice, flour, cooking oil and sugar, to benefit 22,992.