EU Grants fund Malaysia forestry projects

EU Grants fund Malaysia forestry projectsMalaysia benefitted from the EU’s collective Development Aid Fund, and received RM43 million to educate people and promote legal methods of forest management and timber trade.  The aid was aimed at developing and middle-income countries in Africa, the Pacific, and the Caribbean, and regardless of certain economic and political uncertainties, it has invested over RM232 billion this year.  In Malaysia, the aid went to a variety of much needed areas, including educating children of migrant workers in the timber industry, and making the country’s signature batik production centers safer work environments.

 



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Malaysia benefitted from the EU’s collective Development Aid Fund, and received RM43 million to educate people and promote legal methods of forest management and timber trade.  The aid was aimed at developing and middle-income countries in Africa, the Pacific, and the Caribbean, and regardless of certain economic and political uncertainties, it has invested over RM232 billion this year.  In Malaysia, the aid went to a variety of much needed areas, including educating children of migrant workers in the timber industry, and making the country’s signature batik production centers safer work environments.  

EU Grants fund Malaysia forestry projectsMalaysia benefitted from the EU’s collective Development Aid Fund, and received RM43 million to educate people and promote legal methods of forest management and timber trade.  The aid was aimed at developing and middle-income countries in Africa, the Pacific, and the Caribbean, and regardless of certain economic and political uncertainties, it has invested over RM232 billion this year.  In Malaysia, the aid went to a variety of much needed areas, including educating children of migrant workers in the timber industry, and making the country’s signature batik production centers safer work environments.

 



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