Project Description


Knowledge-cultivating programme is run in Kampung Segamat Kecil, Segamat. A teamwork effort based on knowledge-element is applied to the  development module in education, personal and social identity in the life of Aboriginal people. Elements of entrepreneurship among the youth in particular is applied, other than introducing a way of branding their agricultural village. This is all in effort to mend the lack of self-awareness as it leads to no interest in the application of science to explore, as well as efforts towards making the knowledge as a core and backbone of life. Additionally, an isolate place situated is giving rise to problems in terms of communication to an association or volunteer activities there. The study has found modules used can be applied among the indigenous peoples under three major groups of Children, Adults and Seniors.

Program Cinta Ilmu Masyarakat Orang Asli

Prof Madya Datin Dr Sapora Sipon
Efrianis Arika Hasibuan Effendi, Muhammad Asyraf Bin Amran,Muhammad Fadhil Bin Kamarrudin, Muhammad Amir Hamzah Bin Jamal, Syed Muhammad Mahdi Bin Syed Nasir, Abdul Wafiy Bin Rahazat, Mahmud Al-Hafiz Bin Ngspar, Siti Nurizzaty Binti Bahrudin, Nurul Nadiah Binti Abdul Karim, Nurul Basyariyyah Binti Ahmad, Siti Nadira Binti Abu Samah, Nur Arifah Binti Arifin, Muhammad Alif Bin Mohd Saifuddin, Nur Shyamiza Binti Mohd Arshad, Muhammad Asrafi Bin Selamat, Muhammad Rabani Bin Mohd Samson

  1. Social Impact Policy Award
  2. Gold Medal

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