Aboriginal Community Farm

Aboriginal Community Farm Project (PLMOA) is a pilot project based on the concept of rubber plantations with wage incentivized to indigenous peoples with a view to increasing the income and standard of living of indigenous peoples are still grappling with the issue of poverty. The project is implemented starting in 2011 and up to now, a total of 48 Aboriginal Community Farm Project has been developed with an area of ​​2,832.92 hectares involving 2,393 participants. In 2016, four projects have been started to succeed and benefit the 278 participants Orang Asli.