The Permanent Secretary (Township and District) of the Ministry of Interior, Salminan bin Haji Burut, recently started a presentation of business projects led by Tutong youth in Tamu Tutong.
The categories included food and drink, wellness, craft and carpentry, ecotourism and agriculture.
The event was part of the Tutong District Consultative Council’s K3K (Leadership, Community and Entrepreneurship) program, which was designed to help young entrepreneurs implement economic projects to improve the quality of life in the Tutong community.
The program hoped, through a special grant, to provide guidance and financial support in the implementation of projects that can provide employment opportunities, while demonstrating resilience to the realization of Brunei Vision 2035.
The program is the result of a collaboration between the Tutong District Office and the Tutong District Mukim and Village Advisory Councils, and is a continuation of the Tutong District Village Advisory Council’s Youth Convention of February 26, 2020.
The incumbent Tutong district chairman Ajmin bin Haji Meludin, members of the legislative council and community leaders from the Tutong district were also present.
Permanent secretary (municipality and district) in the Ministry of the Interior Salminan bin Haji Burut at the start. PHOTO: AZIZ IDRIS