Since its official launch in February 2019, Dasar Komuniti Negara (DKOMN or National Community Policy) has recorded an encouraging achievement in enhancing the living environment and quality of residents in Public Housing Projects (PPR).
Red, blue, yellow and white are the colours of Malaysia’s national flag.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 15): A pleasant change came right in time, one day before Malaysia Day, at Perumahan Awam Seri Kedah or Flat Seri Kedah to remind people about the spirit of unity that brings Malaysians together.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): Sayangi Rumahku will see the completion of the refurbishment work at Flat Seri Kedah public housing scheme (or Perumahan Awam Seri Kedah) in mid-September! The painting work started from Sept 5 and was set to be completed by end-September, owing to prevailing weather conditions.
What is the quickest way to give a space a facelift? Use colours and design, says sports court designer Melissa Lo of One Space Wonder (OSW).
PETALING JAYA: What’s the point of having facilities that are wasting away and no longer able to serve their full purpose? Outdoor recreational spaces for the community, especially children and youths, are aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle and even to nurture sports talent, hence it would be a shame if such facilities become eyesores instead.
PUTRAJAYA (Feb 18): The Housing and Local Government Ministry will set up a fund for those who want to contribute to programmes and activities under the Dasar Komuniti Negara (DKN) or the National Community Policy to enhance the lives of the B40 community.
PETALING JAYA (Feb 18): Scores of children can be seen playing in the newly refurbished sports courts of PPR Lembah Subang 1 in Petaling Jaya and PPR Seri Cempaka in Kuala Lumpur with smiles on their faces on a clear and sunny day.
KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 28): Participating in community activities and programmes such as the Sayangi Rumahku can help reduce social ills among PPR public housing scheme residents especially the youths, said members of the PPR Seri Cempaka public housing community who were among the volunteers who were helping to refurbish the previously dilapidated sports court at the PPR.