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Beauty is more than a physical trait. This campaign, which coincides with International Women's Day, hopes to prove that to young Malaysian women and girls.
On World AIDS Day, Dec 1, the Malaysian AIDS Foundation together with The Body Shop and ESP Condoms will launch a social media-driven campaign that seeks to raise awareness of and evoke social change in response to the alarming rise in sexually transmitted HIV infections in this country.
To commemorate World AIDS Day on Dec 1, we talked to women who are living positively despite contracting HIV from their spouses.
Doctors are treating drug addiction as a medical issue, and not a crime.
Women drug users often lose their children because they are deemed unfit mothers.
After years of using prison unsuccessfully, we are still spending money throwing drug addicts into jail instead of curing them, why?
The war against HIV/AIDS continues, with the search for more effective treatment, and even a cure, against the disease.
These are the role models to continue inspiring and engaging girls and women in science.
Public awareness for marginalised communities in Malaysia is finally increasing.