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State executive councillor for housing and urban wellbeing Rodziah Ismail delivering a speech at the launch of the SeHeart Carnival at Perbadanan Pangsapuri Anggerik 23 in Section 24, Shah Alam, on May 28, 2023. — Picture by SHAMZ JOHAN/SELANGORKINI

State launches healthcare programme targeting strata residents — Exco

By Shamz Johan

SHAH ALAM, May 28 — The Selangor government has launched a healthcare programme for strata residents, SeHeart, organised by the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA), here today.

State executive councillor for housing Rodziah Ismail said the programme targets families from the low-income group (B40) residing in low- and medium-cost apartments.

“This programme will expose them (families) to nutritional care methods and provide advisory services, as well as raise awareness and improve the community’s health in terms of nutrition, mental health, and vector-borne diseases such as dengue,” she said at the launch of the SeHeart Carnival at Perbadanan Pangsapuri Anggerik 23 in Section 24, here today.

Also present were Shah Alam MP Azli Yusof and MBSA Building Commission Division head Nurzalina Luso.

Various activities and booths were set up at the carnival, including aerobic exercises, colouring contests, health screenings, and a mobile dental clinic by the Petaling District Health Office.

Rodziah also presented the “Pek Peduli” package consisting of food items such as rice, cooking oil, and wheat flour to 25 B40 families as a contribution from Yayasan Mesra Selangor.

She added that MBSA would implement the SeHeart nutritious meal programme for 50 children aged two to six years from selected families.

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