The crisis of Covid-19, compounded by diminishing forest resources, has exposed many of the dire realities faced by the Orang Asli community. During the Movement Control Order (MCO), many Orang Asli ran out of food supply and had to rely on temporary food aids due to loss of income. This lack of access to adequate…
Lack of capital to purchase seeds, seedlings and tools necessary for farming.
Long drought season, hard and dry soil as well as distance water source make farming difficult.
No access to training and coaching on sustainable farming and skills to manage soil’s health.
Step-by-step, hands-on training at each village, providing practical and actionable knowledge for successful farming.
Seeds, seedling and farming tools subsidy helps the OA families to start right away.
Personalised coaching at each farmer’s plot to address their concern and provide guidance.