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    Programme aims at developing leadership potential

    Izah Azahari

    The Brunei Council on Social Welfare (MKM) received participants from the Young Executive Programme Cohort-5 (YEP-5) at their new MKM Office in Kampong Anggerek Desa.

    MKM former president and executive committee member Datin Paduka Hajah Intan binti Haji Mohd Kassim presented an overview of the programmes and initiatives that MKM has carried out since its establishment in 2009. It provided participants with insights on what MKM members and volunteers have undertaken to address social issues within the country and beyond its borders in its capacity as an NGO.

    MKM Vice-President 1 Hajah Juhana binti Haji Mohd Jaya presented the opening remarks.

    The YEP-5 participants comprised 32 newly appointed officers from government agencies undergoing an 18-week programme under the Civil Service Institute (IPA) and Public Service Department (JPA) aimed at developing leadership potential.

    The visit was part of the YEP-5 Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) awareness module to give YEP-5 participants the opportunity to learn from an established and sustainable NGO. The participants also toured the MKM office.

    The participants donated BND800 to MKM President Mohd Yusof bin Shaikh Abdul Halim in support of MKM’s School Breakfast Scheme and Education Fund.

    MKM in a group photo with YEP-5 participants. PHOTO: YEP-5
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