KUCHING: The state government should concentrate on refining
its method of communicating development goals and getting the
people, particularly those in rural areas, to understand and
cooperate on improving their quality of life.
Whoever said all hope for the future of Malaysia is lost when it comes to Gen Y has not met the attendees of Camp United 2015. Before 31 July, 2015, all 56 campers and 19 crew members were merely strangers studying in different varsities in Kuching City.
The so-called inaugural Camp United 2015 organised by Yayasan Perpaduan Sarawak or Sarawak Unity Foundation, Sarawak Development Institute and The Champion was held starting 31 July and ended on 3 August.
Julung kalinya Camp United 2015 anjuran Yayasan Perpaduan Sarawak, Sarawak Development Institute dan The Champion telah diadakan pada 31 Julai sehingga 3 Ogos yang lalu. Yang di-Pertua Negeri, Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud turut terlibat dalam sesi memberi ceramah kepada peserta yang hadir.