Calling on the Community to Provide Full Cooperation – 14 December 2017

SEACO has been featured in Utusan Malaysia newspaper on 14th December 2017.

This article focuses on calling on the community to provide cooperation and not reject the Data Collectors. This article also highlighted how cooperation from the community can help SEACO to get accurate data.

Article also emphasize on SEACO Data Collector attire by their appearance and each Data Collector will wear a SEACO t-shirt along with SEACO vest and they will bring along their staff ID card and approval/support letter from District Health Office (Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah), Malaysian

Police, FELDA and Community Leaders.

Data collection will be made at flexible time as most respondent were absent from home when the Data Collector visited their home. Each respondent will receive the first aid kit as a token after the survey took place.