Chinese construction volunteers install solar power equipment in the mountainous areas of Malaysia.

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Recently, CSCEC volunteers teamed up with the non-governmental organization Raleigh KL to visit the indigenous village of Kampung Kedled in Sungai Siput, Perak, Malaysia. They launched the "Light Up the Mountains" campaign, installing solar power equipment for the villagers.

The volunteers provided the indigenous people with essential living supplies, children's drawing pens, and sketchbooks. They also constructed wooden solar panel stands using locally sourced materials, mimicking the local building methods, and installed solar lighting equipment.


Solar equipment installation in progress




The children in the village started drawing with the sketchbooks given by the volunteers


The volunteers takes a photo with the villagers

"Light Up the Mountains" is a special public welfare initiative launched by the CSCEC's volunteer service team, dedicated to improving the well-being of indigenous people over the long term.

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