The Community@SCORE meeting continues, this time in at the  where representatives from district councils, Department of Agriculture, and Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture were briefed this morning on the coming programme to spur socio-economic development in the highland region of Sarawak.

The programme, backed by the Economic Planning Unit of the Prime Minister’s Department, aims to improve the living standards of the B40 group from the central to the northern region of Sarawak by raising their income through community-based entrepreneurship.