Etania Green School has been built for stateless children in Sabah, Malaysia, with the help of a Singapore-based non-profit design studio, billionBricks. Photo: Fernando Gomulya

Singapore non-profit’s low-cost Malaysian school design transforms education for migrant children

  • Etania Green School in Sabah, winner of a sustainability award, shows how good design can help inspire a new generation of young thinkers
  • It’s hoped it will be the first of 30 schools to be built for thousands of stateless children marginalised because of their legal status
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Etania Green School has been built for stateless children in Sabah, Malaysia, with the help of a Singapore-based non-profit design studio, billionBricks. Photo: Fernando Gomulya
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Peta Tomlinson

Peta Tomlinson

Peta Tomlinson is an Asia-focused journalist who has lived and worked in Australia and Hong Kong. Making the most of her global mobile office, she contributes to South China Morning Post on topics including design, property, lifestyle and special reports.