Mercedes-Benz Malaysia comes together with Ecotourism & Conservation Society Malaysia (ECOMY) in a meaningful partnership for the KampungKu Project, contributing a total of RM 10,000 towards installing solar lighting for 20 Orang Asli families of the Bateq tribe in Kampung Sungai Garam and Kampung Bencah Kelubi, Merapoh, Pahang.

As part of the Mercedes-Benz Grants for Good programme, employees delivered and installed 20 SunKing Pro Solar Lights with panels, along with essential items like towels, blankets, clothes, and toys for children, generously donated by its employees.

This initiative not only demonstrates the brand’s dedication to sustainability and community support but also improves the daily lives of these families through clean energy, fostering a sustainable future while bridging innovation with traditional living.

Amanda Zhang, CEO & President, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia said, “We are deeply moved
and humbled by the opportunity to support the Orang Asli community in Kampung Sungai
Garam and Kampung Bencah Kelubi.

Providing solar lights, a fundamental yet crucial necessity, mirrors our deep-seated commitment to making a significant and positive impact on these communities.”

Andrew Sebastian, CEO & founder of Ecotourism & Conservation Society Malaysia
(ECOMY) said, “We are immensely grateful for the collaborative effort with Mercedes-Benz
Malaysia in our KampungKu project.

This joint initiative has successfully provided much-needed aid to 20 homes, addressing their basic needs.


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