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1,000 students from Kadamaian receive 'Back to School' assistance from AIM

9 March 2024

By Wartawan Nabalu News

KOTA BELUD: A total of 1,000 students from 21 primary and secondary schools in the Kadamaian area received school necessities assistance under the "Back to School" Programme organised by Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia (AIM), one of the agencies of the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDC).

The Minister, Datuk Ewon Benedick, stated that out of this number, 540 primary school students and 460 secondary school students received contributions in the form of school supplies, with a total amount of RM300,000.

He hoped that such assistance could alleviate the burden on parents due to the increasing cost of living and help students start the new school session, which will commence this Monday.

"This initiative has been implemented by AIM for several years to help provide necessities for the children of AIM's friends throughout the country.

"I see the reactions of mothers accompanying their children who receive this contribution are very happy and express their appreciation to AIM for helping to reduce the cost of purchasing school necessities for their children," he said.

He said this when met by reporters after completing the 'Back to School' Programme organised by AIM at the Kadamaian Square Open Hall, here, today.

Also present were the Chairman of the AIM Trustee Board, Datuk Seri Syed Hussian Syed Junid, and senior AIM officials.

The list of schools that received the 'Back to School' assistance includes SK Gensurai, SK Kelawat, SK Lasau Podi, SK Lasau Tintapon, SK Mengkulat, SK Nahaba, SK Narinang, SK Piasau, SK Pinolobu, Sk Podos, SK Rangalau, SK.Sayap, SK Taginambur, SK Tambulion, SK Tamu Darat, SK Tengkurus, SK Terintidon, and SK Tuguson. The secondary schools that received the assistance are SMK Arshad, SMK Narinang, and SMK Tambulion.


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