CSR program with Orang Asli community

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill

During last week, Ridpest got the privilege to contribute our little help through our CSR program with Orang Asli community at the brand new unfurnished Homestay at Kg Orang Asli Ulu Gumum, Pekan, near Tasik Chini in expelling “The Silent Uninvited Guest”.

The primary objective is to combat termites which were aplenty under the pillars of the brand new house.

The brand new unfurnished homestay is a new project developed by the OA Organics community at Kg Orang Asli Ulu Gumum here.

Our Entomologist, Farah Checking on the live Termites moving along the pillar to the wooden flooring

Here’s main culprit, live termites

Active termite were found all along the wall and are eating the roof beam at one the Orang Asli House.

Ridpest Termite Specialist at work in mixing Imidacloprid Termiticides

Lim Wee Kwang, MD of Pestline Sdn BHD at work on the site, ensuring the correct mixture of the termiticides.

Ridpest Termite Specialist doing the trenching of Termiticides into the perimeter of the soil in forming a continuous barrier

Ridpest Termite Specialists at work mixing the Termiticides

Stephen Liu briefing on the termite work at the OA Homestay, Learning Centre, OA homes and Community Hall

En Kuyu, the Tok Penghulu giving the OA organic vegetable to Nur Farah, Ridpest Service Manager and Entomologist

Tok Penghulu give organic veggies to Julie Na, GM of Pestline, Entomologist

Tok Penghulu giving organic veggies to Mr. Lim, the MD of Pestline

Tok Penghulu giving organic veggies as a token appreciation to Stephen Liu

Enjoying the variety of Food especially the organic vegetables by our host and specially prepared by Orang Asli.

Helping society is always a noble thing to do. Through our experience in Kg Orang Asli Ulu Gumum, we realized that the biggest reward from helping the society is when the people we helped said thank you because they are living in a better condition and we can see the happiness on their faces.

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