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Various skills relating to the aspects of leadership, teamwork, volunteerism and religion, have been inculcated among the participants of self-esteem development camp for students from underprivileged families. 60 youth took part in the camp organised by the Community Welfare Council, MKM.

Throughout the 4-day 3-nighit camp, the participants took part in various motivational activities that could enhance their self-confidence. According to the Camp Coordinator the programme targeted youth from underprivileged families. Religious activities, and those based on culture and the arts, and creative skills conducted at the camp could shape and develop the participants as positive-minded individuals who will be able to face the future confidently.

For the participants, the camp had been largely motivational such as in guiding them to fill their time during the school holidays with beneficial activities.

34 male and 28 female youth in the 11 to 18 years age group who took part in the camp received their certificates of participation this afternoon. The certificates were presented by Datin Paduka Hajah Intan binti Haji Mohammad Kassim, the President of M-K-M.