SEACO has been featured in Utusan Malaysia newspaper on 3rd March 2019.
This article is about the Health Round Project in sub-5 districts, Chaah, Bekok, Jabi, Gemereh, and Sungai Segamat from July 2018 – August 2019.
Communities are advised to provide full cooperation with SEACO. The objective of this project is to collect data and identify the problems of blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity among the community- aged above 5 years old.
SEACO targets 40,000 households to visit, interview and to receive FREE health assessments in their homes. Respondents may identify SEACO data collectors with SEACO ID card and their uniforms to avoid misunderstanding.
Respondents will receive FREE health consultations at 8 private clinics in Segamat if they participate in the project.