When I was in high school, I was very active in the scout movement. At one time, the sub-district government held Malaria outreach activities in shanty areas of the sub-district. We gathered in the badminton field in front of the community leaders’ house and was given some instructions. We were divided into groups and the outreach kit that consist of the information that we have to transfer to the community and some abatement powder to come along.
My group got the area where most of the “Tempeh” house industries were located. The owner told us how “Tempeh” was made which was the first time that I know how it was made and where my “Tempeh” came from. Not only did they made “Tempeh” but the home industry also made tofu and rice noodles. After the job was done, we went back home passing an are where the whole…
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