What I'd like to say is that about 3,000 inhabitants of an island in Sabah are now enjoying the fruits of Mama's labour, first, in the form of clean drinkable water, second, modern latrines and third, electricity from solar power. The project was featured in The Star where the reporter also interviewed Mama. The scanned pages are as the following.
|Happy moment for Mama (& gang) on project delivery day.|
|The children can now enjoy going to the toilets!|
|Solar is power....for the children....!|
At present, Mama is working hard to convince some corporate sponsors to fund several additional projects that will benefit the islanders in the long run. Among them, skills training for the young people and income generation for the families.
Angelina's note: Will I achieve my dream of becoming an island cat? purrr....meow!