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  • Thursday, 23 Mar 2017

Having a great time: (Second row from left) Indra Kumari, Unicef U-Report National Project Coordinator Nishanthini Terumalai, D11 officer ASP Zuraini Muhammad Zin, the writer who is Predator In My Phone lead, Terengganu FPA family medical counsellor Dr Norhana Binti Yazid and Ling with participants at the town hall in Kuala Terengganu.

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Star’s R.AGE investigative documentary series Predator In My Phone was screened here as the start of a nationwide tour to promote discussions on cybergrooming and reproductive health education.

The initiative called Saya Sayang Saya is co-organised by Unicef, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, WOMEN:girls, R.AGE, and supported by the Royal Malaysian Police’s Sexual, Women and Child Investigation D11 division and the Terengganu Family Planning Association (Terengganu FPA).

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