Living as a united community and consensus among the country's citizens are among the main factors that contribute to harmony in society. According to a group of students from Multimedia University Malaysia, such solidarity will help the residents in making products that can generate income. The 27 students had the opportunity to experience the village community's living during the Zoom Brunei Programme. It was organised under the 3 day Secangkir Kasih Programme in Kampung Keriam, Tutong.
The participants participated in various activities such as entrepreneurship, volunteerism, welfare and cultural exchanges. They were hosted by foster families under the Keriam Malay Association, PESAKA. Apart from that, participants also took part in the cleaning activity around Kampung Keriam Mosque. The programme is an annual activity of the University's Youth Partners and among its highlights was a visit to the One Village One Product Gallery at the Old Tutong District Office Building. During the visit, they were able to take a closer look at the local products by entrepreneurs from Village Consultative Council in Tutong District.
Source: Radio Television Brunei