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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