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MARRIED to a drug user at 20, Laila was a single mother long before her husband left her five years ago. The 36-year-old mother of five has always known hardship and heartache, but her HIV+ diagnosis a year ago overwhelmed her completely.
There is a long-standing perception that young people do not know any better and that they lead their lives hedonistically, with little time for others. Time and time again, however, this perception has been proven wrong. Yet, many are still doubtful. In this month's issue of Ole BRATs, we feature a special theme - Youth and the Community. A bunch of bright and roving teenagers went out to look for their peers who have dedicated some time out of their daily routine and contributed in some way or other to the community.
Staff of the Renaissance Hotels and Resorts in Malaysia will be wearing red ribbons over a two-month period in support of the Hope Campaign.
In 2003, 32 cyclists braved scorching sun, steep slopes and saddle sores to cycle almost 1,000km in seven days for the HIV/AIDS cause. In Riding for Life 2005, the number of riders almost doubled though the distance was shorter. LEONG SIOK HUI got her bike out to join in.