KUCHING: The Sarawak Development Institute (SDI) and sister organisation Angkatan Zaman Mansang (AZAM) have secured grants totalling RM110,522 from the United States Embassy to fund their projects this year.

SDI received RM58,242 from the US Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Restoration for its project on documenting Kenyah songs, music and traditional dances to make them available as teaching materials in schools.

Its acting senior research fellow Sim Ah Hwa said the two-year project beginning next month would be undertaken in six Kenyah settlements in the Upper Baram and Balui areas in northern Sarawak.

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