1,000 residents of Saba benefit from craft training | Daily Express Online

Kota Kinabalu: Some 994 people have undergone and are currently undergoing craft training under the Special Program for Indigenous Peoples (PKAN) at the Craft Heritage Center (PWK) of Yayasan Sabah College of Technology (YSCT), since its launch in 2016.

The Chief Minister’s wife, Datuk Juliah Salag, said that out of this figure, some 94 people were attending the training course this year. 2016 including RM880,000 for this year.

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