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26 December 2012

Kisah di Tahun Baru


Tahun baru 2013 bakal menjelang dalam masa 5 hari lagi. Pada ketika ini, banyak pihak sedang muhasabah dan menilai pencapaian diri. Ada juga yang membuat perancangan rapi untuk mencapai resolusi baru tahun hadapan. Apapun persiapan anda, sentiasalah belajar dari kesilapan lalu. Mengakui kelemahan, memperbaiki kekurangan dan tahu apa yang anda buat adalah kunci kepada kejayaan. 

Kali ini nodrugplease.blogspot.com ingin mencadangkan kepada anda untuk membaca kisah suka dan duka, jatuh bangun seorang insan bernama Mat Cendana yang 'struggle' untuk menjadi manusia yang lebih baik. Semoga tulisan beliau akan membakar semangat dan memperkemaskan perancangan anda ketika ini dan membantu anda untuk lebih mengenali klien yang dilayani..

It’s been months since I last wrote a post here. In fact, the last one was almost a year ago and I certainly wouldn’t blame readers if they were to think I’ve abandoned this blog. Some might even be wondering what has become of me; of whether I’ve come full circle and being led back to that same route which had brought about almost total destruction the last time.
The reason for my being inactive at this blog is simply this: life has become so “normal” that I doubt anyone would want to read about it! A lot of things have happened since I first started this blog in August 2008 – good things I would never have dared to hope for or even imagine.
Over the years before that, as a direct consequence of the relapse which began around 1993 and the ensuing downward spiral and total collapse, I had lost essentially everything – the house completed in 1990 with a government housing loan, a Proton Saga 1.3 Megavalve, shares of some public-listed companies (that included KL Kepong, UEM, New Straits Times Press etc.), money and whatever else of any value.
On Thursday, 11th. August 2005 – the day I was arrested – my total possession amounted to… all of RM1.00, which would have been the bus fare back from Pasir Mas town to my house. Four days later, I was sent from the police lockup to be remanded at the Pengkalan Chepa prison where I was to spend three horrible months - nobody had cared enough to put up the RM500 bail. That, perhaps, was the biggest and most bitter blow of all – the harsh reality and acceptance of my being all alone, had nothing, was nothing. It was an irrefutable reality, of my being a total zero in life. “How could things have ever gotten to be this way?!
Looking back, I would often wonder how it was that I had managed to live all those years. There is nothing worse than to have to live a life where you had lost everything, are alone and without any glimmer of hope that things could ever improve. There was nothing to distinguish the different days, weeks and months – they just melded together into one endless period filled only with misery, boredom and loneliness, with no hope that this would ever be different in the near or even far future. There was nothing else to do, to look forward to or to hope for: with absolutely no resources and no one who cared, life was just an unending emptiness.
The only thing that made it tolerable were the occasions when I somehow managed to scrape just enough money – RM12 or so – for a shot of morphine. Strange as it may sound to those who have never been addicted, the continued use of morphine was the only thing that prevented me from having a mental breakdown, besides somehow giving me the will to “just live another day – things might be better tomorrow…”.
If that’s how it was with me, perhaps it could also help to explain why many addicts continue to use drugs; and of why many – even after seemingly having kicked the habit after being in lockups, prisons and rehabilitation centres, or simply by detoxing themselves – keep returning to drugs? It’s so very easy for many people in society to ride a high horse and dispense with this advice of “You must have willpower…”. And what’s to sustain this willpower? It might last a few weeks or months for most and perhaps a few years for some, but often this willpower would dissolve due to one basic factor – the situation, circumstances and environment remain the same. And I know I would have gone down the same route again after being discharged from Pusat Serenti Gambang had it not been for the Grace of God and His Mercy…
Monday, 18 December 2006 – 16 months after the arrest, and having been incarcerated in a lockup, prison and a government rehabilitation centre, the day finally arrived - the much vaunted and much talked about “freedom”Bebas: Go to any lockup, prison or centre, do a simple survey or just listen and you’ll find that this is the most oft-repeated word. For most inmates, everything is centred around this; the day when “everything will be okay again.”

I was no different, of course. From the day of arrest, and especially on 31 October 2005 when I received the despairing order to undergo compulsory treatment and rehabilitation for two years, all I wanted was “freedom”… to go back to where I came from and do what I want. But things had gradually changed since then, and my concept and desire of this so-called freedom became different from most of my fellow inmates and friends. 

Baca lebih lanjut di sini.. Ticket to 'Freedom'. or Hell Again http://cendana287.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/ticket-to-freedom-or-hell-again/#comment-7899


Mat Cendana adalah penulis blog "Recovery from Drug Addiction; A lifetime's journey to be honest, open-minded and willing.."



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07 December 2012

War on drugs a trillion-dollar failure?



By Richard Branson, Special to CNN
December 6, 2012 -- Updated 1715 GMT (0115 HKT)

Editor's note: Richard Branson is the founder of Virgin Group, with global branded revenues of $21 billion, and a member of the Global Drug Commission. Sir Richard was knighted in 1999 for his services to entrepreneurship. Watch today for Branson's interview with CNN/US' Erin Burnett Out Front at 7pm ET and tomorrow (12/7) with CNN International's Connect the World program at 4pm ET
(CNN) -- In 1925, H. L. Mencken wrote an impassioned plea: "Prohibition has not only failed in its promises but actually created additional serious and disturbing social problemsthroughout society. There is not less drunkenness in the Republic but more. There is not less crime, but more. ... The cost of government is not smaller, but vastly greater. Respect for law has not increased, but diminished."

This week marks the 79th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition in December 1933, but Mencken's plea could easily apply to today's global policy on drugs.
We could learn a thing or two by looking at what Prohibition brought to the United States: an increase in consumption of hard liquor, organized crime taking over legal production and distribution and widespread anger with the federal government.

Richard Branson
Richard Branson
Here we are, four decades after Richard Nixon declared the war on drugs in 1971 and $1 trillion spent since then. What do we have to show for it?
The U.S. has the largest prison population in the world, with about 2.3 million behind bars. More than half a million of those people are incarcerated for a drug law violation. What a waste of young lives.
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In business, if one of our companies is failing, we take steps to identify and solve the problem. What we don't do is continue failing strategies that cost huge sums of money and exacerbate the problem. Rather than continuing on the disastrous path of the war on drugs, we need to look at what works and what doesn't in terms of real evidence and data.
The facts are overwhelming. If the global drug trade were a country, it would have one of the top 20 economies in the world. In 2005the United Nations estimated the global illegal drug trade is worth more than $320 billion. It also estimates there are 230 million illegal drug users in the world, yet 90% of them are not classified as problematic.
In the United States, if illegal drugs were taxed at rates comparable to those on alcohol and tobacco, they would yield $46.7 billion in tax revenue. A Cato study says legalizing drugs would save the U.S. about $41 billion a year in enforcing the drug laws.

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Have U.S. drug laws reduced drug use? No. The U.S. is the No. 1 nation in the world in illegal drug use. As with Prohibition, banning alcohol didn't stop people drinking -- it just stopped people obeying the law.
About 40,000 people were in U.S. jails and prisons for drug crimes in 1980, compared with more than 500,000 today. Excessively long prison sentences and locking up people for small drug offenses contribute greatly to this ballooning of the prison population. It also represents racial discrimination and targeting disguised as drug policy. People of color are no more likely to use or sell illegal drugs than white people -- yet from 1980 to 2007, blacks were arrested for drug law violations at rates 2.8 to 5.5 times higher than white arrest rates.
Prohibition failed when the American people spoke up and demanded its repeal. Today, the American people are showing their dissatisfaction with the war on drugs by voting for change, often in the face of federal law.
Colorado and Washington recently became the first U.S. states to legalize recreational use of marijuana. Eighteen states and the District of Columbia allow the medical use of marijuana, and 74% of Americans support alternatives to locking people up for marijuana possession.
How would our society, our communities and daily lives improve if we took the money we use running a police and prison state and put it into education and health? Treating drugs as a health issue could save billions, improve public health and help us better control violence and crime in our communities. Hundreds of thousands of people have died from overdoses and drug-related diseases, including HIV and hepatitis C, because they didn't have access to cost-effective, life-saving solutions.
A Pew study says it costs the U.S. an average of $30,000 a year to incarcerate an inmate, but the nation spends only an average $11,665 per public school student. The future of our nations and our children should be our priority. We should be helping people addicted to drugs break their habits rather than putting users in prison.
When it comes to drugs, we should focus on the goals we agree on: protecting our kids, protecting public safety and preventing and treating drug abuse and addiction. To help unlock barriers to drug reform, last June, I joined the Global Commission on Drug Policy, which is bringing global leadership to drug reform to make fact-based research public and draw attention to successful alternative approaches.
As part of this work, a new documentary, "Breaking the Taboo,"narrated by Oscar award-winning actor Morgan Freeman and produced by my son Sam Branson's indie Sundog Pictures, followed the commission's attempts to break the political taboo over the war on drugs. The film exposes the biggest failure of global policy in the past 40 years and features revealing contributions from global leaders, including former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter.
It is time we broke the taboo and opened up the debate about the war on drugs. We need alternatives that focus on education, health, taxation and regulation.
If you ignore a serious problem, refuse to debate it and hope it will go away all by itself, you are very naive. The war on drugs has failed. It's time to confront the issue head on.

27 November 2012

Temui Black, Stacy & Aris Ariwatan di AADK IDOL!!




"vibrant & alive"


Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan akan menganjurkan Pertandingan AADK IDOL pada 4 Disember 2012 di Dewan Plenari, Pusat Konvensyen Antarabangsa Putrajaya mulai 6.30 petang hingga 11.30 malam. Sebanyak 17 nyanyian akan dipersembahkan oleh klien dan kakitangan AADK iaitu kategori solo dan duet.

Tetamu Kehormat yang akan menghadiri majlis ini adalah YB Datuk Wira Abu Seman bin Yusop, Timbalan Menteri Dalam Negeri.

 Para pengunjung juga akan dihiburkan dengan persembahan dari artis terkenal tanah air seperti Aris Ariwatan, Stacy, Black dan Zehra Zambri. 
Manakala pengacara yang bakal menggamatkan Dewan Plenari adalah Achong Sweetchild. 

Konsep program kali ini adalah berwarna MERAH. Warna merah dipilih kerana ia melambangkan keberanian, keceriaan, energi, kasih sayang dan aktif.
Bertemakan "Vibrant & Alive" AADK IDOL pada 4 Disember ini dijangka lebih ceria dan menghangatkan kerana kehadiran penonton dalam kalangan klien, Rakan Strategik dan Pintar serta NGO, SKUAD 1Malaysia serta penduduk sekitar Putrajaya. Para penonton / jemputan dialu-alukan untuk memakai pakaian mengikut warna tema.


Maklumat lanjut sila hubungi hafidah (03-89112391) atau tengku hanizar (03-89112395) di Bahagian Pencegahan, AADK Ibupejabat. Sila buat pengesahan awal kepada 
shafinaz (03-89112466) kerana tempat duduk adalah terhad.


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17 November 2012

Latin America looks to Europe for drug fighting models


CADIZ, Spain (Reuters) - Latin American countries are turning to Europe for lessons on fighting narcotics abuse after souring on the prohibition-style approach of the violent and costly U.S.-led war on drugs.Until recently, most Latin American countries had zero-tolerance rules on drugs inspired by the United States.But now countries from Brazil to Guatemala are exploring relaxing penalties for personal use of narcotics, following examples such as Spain and Portugal that have channelled resources to prevention rather than clogging jails.
Latin America is the top world producer of cocaine and marijuana, feeding the huge demand in the United States and Europe. Domestic drug use has risen and drug gang violence has caused carnage for decades from the Mexican-U.S. border to the slums of Brazil.On Thursday, Uruguay's Congress moved a step closer to putting the state in charge of distributing legal marijuana. On the same day a leftist lawmaker in Mexico presented a bill to legalise production, sale and use of marijuana.
While the Mexican bill is unlikely to pass, it reflects growing debate over how to fight drug use in a country where 60,000 people have died since 2006 in turf battles between drug traffickers and clashes between cartels and security forces.Even top world cocaine producer Colombia, a stalwart U.S. partner in drug crop eradication campaigns and with one of the toughest anti-drug laws in Latin America, is hinting at change.Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday it was worth exploring the Portuguese model, one of the most liberal drug policies in the world. "The experience that you have had with drug consumption policies is very interesting to us. The entire world is looking for new ways to deal with the problem. I hope to learn more and more about the experience you have had," he said on a visit to Lisbon. 
Santos stopped in Portugal on his way to the Ibero-American summit in the Spanish city of Cadiz. Leaders there on Saturday called for analysing a shift toward regulating drug use rather than criminalising it.
Portugal decriminalised all drug use in 2001 to combat a serious heroin problem that had caused an outbreak of HIV/Aids among drug users. The shift has been hailed as a success story as consumption 
levels dropped below the European average.
"The positive evaluation of Portugal's model has taken away the fear in Latin America over reforms," said Martin Jelsma of the Transnational Institute, which advocates the liberalisation of drug laws in Latin America.
Spain - where drug consumption soared in the 1980s after the end of the Franco dictatorship - has tried to fight high cocaine use by emphasizing treatment programmes for addicts and declining to prosecute possession of small amounts of drugs for personal use.
Jelsma said cannabis initiatives such as Uruguay's have built on the experience in Catalonia and the Basque Country, in northern Spain, where the courts tolerate marijuana cultivation for personal use by members of social clubs.






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16 November 2012

Pertandingan Akhir Lukisan Batik Dekorasi Dinding




Bertemakan Flora dan Fauna, pertandingan akhir lukisan batik dekorasi dinding akan diadakan di Balai Seni Visual Negara, Kuala Lumpur pada 22 November 2012 mulai 10 pagi hingga 5 petang. Seramai 30 peserta  dari Cure and Care Rehabilitation Centre dan Klinik Cure and Care 1Malaysia telah layak di peringkat saringan pertama dan akan menunjukkan kemahiran serta bakat masing-masing pada hari tersebut. Pertandingan ini julung kali diadakan secara terbuka dan orang ramai adalah dijemput hadir. 

Tujuan pertandingan ini diadakan adalah untuk menggilap bakat dan kemahiran klien dalam bidang melukis dan mencanting batik. Umum mengetahui bahawa kemahiran melukis dan mencanting batik boleh memberi pulangan yang lumayan. Oleh itu, sempena pertandingan akhir ini, pihak urusetia juga akan menjemput beberapa pengusaha batik terkenal di sekitar ibu kota untuk turut sama menyaksikan hasil batik dekorasi dinding yang bakal dihasilkan oleh para peserta. Mana tahu, mereka juga akan turut tertarik dan berminat dengan batik yang dihasilkan :)

Di samping acara pertandingan, pameran jualan hasil produk batik dan kraftangan dari beberapa CCRC terpilih dan Klinik Cure and Care 1Malaysia Bachok juga akan diadakan. 

Sekiranya anda berminat untuk mengetahui lebih lanjut mengenai pertandingan ini, sila hubungi pihak urusetia di Bahagian Pencegahan, Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan ( nazir: 03-89112410, adzif : 03-89112403 atau hafidah : 0389112391).

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09 November 2012

peluang memenangi 6 hp pintar mulai 12 - 30 November !!



“Tweet Your Thought & Win”

·        2 Langkah mudah…
1.    Follow Twitter @SKUAD1Malaysia dan @AADK Malaysia
2.   Tulis mesej anda (contoh : nodrugsplease) #UnitedAgainstDrugs &
Tweet ke @SKUAD1Malaysia @AADK Malaysia
·        Enam pemenang akan dipilih





Terma dan Syarat:
1.      Pertandingan ini terbuka kepada semua rakyat Malaysia berumur 15 tahun dan ke atas, kecuali kakitangan Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan (AADK) serta ahli keluarga terdekat mereka.
2.     Peserta perlu mematuhi 2 langkah pertandingan seperti didalam poster.
3. Tempoh pertandingan 12 hingga 30 November 2012. 
   [Penyertaan akan ditutup jam 5.00 petang].
4.    Penganjur berhak meminda terma dan syarat pada bila-bila masa semasa tempoh peraduan berlangsung. Penyertaan yang diterima selepas tempoh peraduan tamat tidak akan dilayan.
5.  Dengan penyertaan yang dihantar para peserta bersetuju dengan syarat-syarat yang telah ditetapkan dan tidak boleh membuat sebarang tuntutan kepada pihak AADK.
6.     Penyertaan akan dihakimi berdasarkan menepati langkah dan mematuhi terma serta syarat.
7. Pihak penganjur berhak membatalkan mana-mana penyertaan jika ianya melanggar terma & syarat.
8.     Keputusan hakim adalah muktamat dan segala bentuk surat menyurat tidak akan dilayan.
9. Pemenang akan dimaklumkan melalui page FB SKUAD 1Malaysia & twitter @SKUAD1Malaysia dan @AADK Malaysia.





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terima kasih ben ashaari


benashaari.com telah membantu mempromosikan program sambung dialog FB SKUAD 1Malaysia pada 25 Mei - 27 Jun yang lalu. Bagi menghargai kerjasama blogger tersebut, YBhg Pn Sri Dato' Ketua Pengarah telah memberikan sijil penghargaan kepada beliau. 

Tahniah dan terima kasih Ben Ashaari.





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07 November 2012

Pentas Akhir Kugiran AADK 2012.




6 band hebat akan bertanding untuk merebut juara Pertandingan Akhir Kugiran AADK 2012. Saksikan kemunculan mereka di Auditorium Perdana, Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur pada 11 November 2012, pada pukul 8.00 pm. 

Bertemakan Pulih Melalui Muzik (HealingThrough Music), program ini diadakan sebagai satu penghargaan dan galakkan kepada klien agar terus menggunakan kebolehan dan kemahiran dalam bidang muzik dengan cara yang lebih positif.



the Brotherhood:
Wazwan Wahab (Vocalist)
Abdul Halim Omar (Backup Vocalist)
Izamuddin Abdul Latip (Lead Guitarist)
Nornaimuddin Mohamed Rasid (Rhythm Guitarist)
Hisham Abdul Ghani (Bass Guitarist)
Norhisham Kassim (Keyboardist)
latip Mohamad (Drummer)
Titian  Harapan:
Mohd Harmain Mahayuddinn (vocalist)
Khairul fahmi Rasol (vocalist 2)
Mohd Yusob Abu Bakar (vocalist 3)
Ahmad Dabri Sheikh Abu Bakar (lead guitarist)
Johari Ali (bass guitarist)
Rudy Salamat (drummer)
the Read Familia:
Arry Sonny Sidek (vocalist)
Mohd Fairul Mohd Pianna (lead guitarist)
Hasbullah Hanapi ( second guitarist )
Saharuddin Mohd Amin (bass guitarist)
Mohd Khairi Saidi (Keyboardist)
Ahmad Zainal Nurdin (drummer)
the Stingers:
Rooze  Ramiah (vocalist)
Shaherwanizam Shahril (vocalist)
Noor midi Taib (lead guitarist)
Rosle Amirul (second guitarist)
Moh Ghapar Musa (bass guitarist)
Mohd Fadli Abdullah (keyboardist)
Yusman mohd Noh (drummer)
the North Star:
Azrul Anwar Daud (vocalist)
Mohd Nizam Zainan (vocalist)
Mohd Nizam Ahmad (lead guitarist)
Maarajuddin Said (second guitarist)
Abdul Latif Md Salleh (bass guitarist)
Arman Hamid (percussion / back-up vocalist)
Faizul Aizan Ismail (drummer)
Overstige:
Muhammad Wazir Safik Idris (vocalist)
Zaidi Nuraldin (Second Vocalist / Lead Guitarist)
Samsul Azhan Zainal Abidin (Rhythm Guitarist)
Nasri Safaruddin (Bass Guitarist)
Muhammad Ashraff Azmi (keyboardist)
Muhammad Suffian Omar Bakhi (drummer)


Lagu-lagu yang akan dipersembahkan adalah Meniti Suratan, Nikotika, Terasing, Gelora Cinta, Gemuruh, Boulevard, Isi dan Kulit, Terharu, Sekuntum Bunga Sakura di Gurun Sahara, Diam-Diam Jatuh Cinta, Rajawali Terbang Tinggi & Gerhana.

Ayuh beramai-ramai ke sana!!


Muzik telah digunakan secara meluas dalam bidang kesihatan, iaitu untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan pesakit, mengurangkan tekanan dan mengalihkan tumpuan pesakit dari mengalami perasaan, pemikiran dan simptom yang kurang menyenangkan..read more...

Kisah hebat Pertandingan Kugiran AADK 2011....click here..



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06 November 2012

DFYA volunteers in action!!




Tiada apa yang lebih mulia dari memberi bantuan kepada orang yang memerlukan.. Sekumpulan sukarelawan dari Drug Free Youth Association telah menghulurkan bantuan kepada ahli keluarga yang memerlukan di Pangsapuri Sri Purnama, Subang Bestari pada hari 3 November 2012 lepas. Bantuan adalah dalam bentuk pemberian pakaian dan permainan kanak-kanak yang telah dikumpulkan dalam kempen Donate With Your HEART sebelum itu..

Tahniah Khai dan DFYA. see more...




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31 October 2012

Bands of Brothers 2012. healing through music.


Muzik telah digunakan secara meluas dalam bidang kesihatan, iaitu untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan pesakit, mengurangkan tekanan dan mengalihkan tumpuan pesakit dari mengalami perasaan, pemikiran dan simptom yang kurang menyenangkan.. Kemper, Kathi J. MD, MPH; Danhauer, Suzanne C. PHD, Southern Medical Journal, March 2005 - Volume 98 - Issue 3 - pp 282-288)


Kuasa sebenar muzik dalam membangkitkan semangat pesakit dari kemurungan dan masa-masa yang sukar adalah melalui kebolehannya dalam mengawal dan communicate perasaan. Oleh itu, beberapa jenis muzik tertentu mampu menggantikan suasana yang menyedihkan kepada suasana yang menggembirakan dan meriangkan. American Journal of Nursing: August 1969 - Volume 69 - Issue 8 - ppg 1723-1728).



Tahukah anda bahawa kajian telah membuktikan salah satu kaedah rawatan yang digunakan terhadap pesakit yang mengidap major depressive disorder adalah dengan memperdengarkan muzik yang lembut dan mengasyikkan selama 30 minit sehari selama 2 minggu dan ia mampu meningkatkan kesejahteraan pesakit secara signifikan. Vargha-Khadem; et al (1997). "Differential Effects of Early Hippocampal Pathology on Episodic and Semantic Memory". Science 277 (5324): 376–380).




Bands of Brothers. 
Grand Final Stage 2012.


Healing Through Music adalah tema yang digunakan dalam pertandingan Bands of Brothers anjuran Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan pada tahun ini. Tema ini dipilih kerana telah terbukti bahawa muzik membantu klien dalam kepulihan mereka across various domains seperti pembentukan dan pembangunan kognitif, motor skills, pembangunan emosi, kemahiran sosial dan tingkahlaku serta meningkatkan kualiti hidup klien. Dengan melibatkan klien dalam aktiviti muzik seperti menyanyi, mencipta lagu, menulis lirik, menggubah dan berbincang mengenai muzik akan meningkatkan keupayaan dan kesejahteraan minda dan fizikal, dan seterusnya merangsang klien untuk terus membuat perubahan positif dalam diri mereka.

Bagi menghargai dan menggalakkan kebolehan klien dalam bidang muzik, pertandingan Bands of Brothers akan diadakan di Auditorium Perdana Angkasapuri, Kuala Lumpur pada 11 November 2012 iaitu pada pukul 8.00 malam. Auditorium Perdana akan menyaksikan  persaingan sengit 6 band yang hebat dan siapakah yang akan merangkul gelaran juara? Marilah kita sama-sama nantikan.. 






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29 October 2012

10,000 SKUAD 1Malaysia di Padang Merdeka, KK!!


Seramai 10,000 orang remaja dan belia  akan membanjiri Padang Merdeka, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah pada 4 November depan. Ia merupakan perhimpunan terbesar SKUAD 1Malaysia di Negeri Sabah setakat ini. Pelbagai aktiviti yang menarik telah disusun di sepanjang hari perhimpunan. Antaranya adalah seperti  Combat Fitness oleh Kinabalu Fighters, Tarian Zumba oleh Michele Koh, persembahan 24 Season's Drums, persembahan Orang Sabah Style, flash mob oleh Tian Loong Group, Muay Thai dan V-Planet!!




Perhimpunan ini diadakan dengan kerjasama the United Sabah Chinese Communities Association of Kota Kinabalu dan dijangka turut dihadiri oleh YB Dr Yee Moh Chai, Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sabah merangkap Menteri Pembangunan Sumber Dan Kemajuan Teknologi Maklumat.



Tujuan perhimpunan ini diadakan adalah untuk menyatukan golongan muda yang prihatin terhadap permasalahan dadah dan jenayah di negara kita dan khususnya di Negeri Sabah. Oleh kerana itulah, keseluruhan program telah di rekabentuk untuk menyintai keamanan dan menyatakan tidak kepada dadah dan jenayah. "We Want Peace. No Drugs Please". Padang Merdeka akan menjadi "crimes and drugs-free zone" pada 4 November 2012 kelak!!!



Jom beramai-ramai ke Padang Merdeka, KK dan jadikan diri anda sebahagian dari mereka yang prihatin, menjauhi dadah dan mahukan keamanan...



Hubungi Bahagian Pencegahan, Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan di talian 03-89112406 atau Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan Negeri Sabah di talian   088-243610 / 576 untuk maklumat lanjut.




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21 October 2012

Rashidah Rasul Qariah 2012


Pertandingan Tilawah Al-Quran dan Nasyid AADK Peringkat Kebangsaan telah diadakan pada 13 September yang lalu. Tema majlis pada kali ini adalah "Persefahaman Asas Perpaduan Ummah”. Majlis telah berlangsung dengan meriah di Institut Latihan Islam Malaysia (ILIM) Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor. Pertandingan AlQuran dan Nasyid ini adalah dalam kalangan klien AADK dan para pegawai serta kakitangan.

Dalam ucapan perasmiannya, YBhg Puan Sri Dato' Zuraidah bt Hj Mohamed telah menyatakan perasaan bangga kerana kesemua peserta adalah sangat kreatif dan inovatif di mana mereka telah menyampaikan lagu nasyid ciptaan sendiri. Pertandingan seumpama ini telah berjaya mencungkil bakat klien dan pada masa yang sama menggalakkan mereka menjadikan agama sebagai panduan hidup.

Di samping itu, ukhuwwah di antara klien dan pegawai AADK turut dieratkan dan perpaduan dapat disemai dalam kalangan mereka. Katanya lagi, perpaduan adalah penting dalam melaksanakan dan meneruskan program-program transformasi yang sedang dilaksanakan oleh AADK sekarang seperti memberikan perkhidmatan secara terbuka, percuma dan tanpa melibatkan perundangan. 


 







Majlis diakhiri dengan sumbangan Yayasan Taqwa MAIWP berupa cek dan Al-Quran digital untuk digunakan oleh klien-klien AADK samada di Klinik Cure & Care 1Malaysia dan Cure and Care Rehabilitation Centre (CCRC).






Keputusan
Pertandingan Al-Quran &  Nasyid AADK Peringkat Kebangsaan:

Ulasan Juri.
YBhg Ustaz Hashim bin Harun sebagai Pengerusi Juri telah memberikan ulasan penjurian seperti berikut;
- Tajwid. Penguasaan para peserta dalam bidang adalah amat baik.
- Taranum & suara. Penguasaan taranum dan fasohah terutama dalam kalangan Qari adalah sangat baik.
- Fasohah. Secara umumnya, penguasaan dalam bidang fasohah telah meningkat dari tahun sebelumnya. 

Keputusan Pertandingan.
Kategori qariah kakitangan
1. 
Rashidah binti Rasul dari AADK Ibu Pejabat. 86%.
2. AADK kedah. 81%.
3. AADK pahang. 78%.

Kategori qari kakitangan
1.
Saharudin bin Mohd Nor dari CCRC Sungai Ruan. 92.5 %.
2. CCRC jelebu. 88%.
3. CCRC Gambang. 86%.

Kategori qari klien
1.
Isman Hadi bin Jaafar dari CCRC Papar.
2. CnC Karangan. 89%.
3. AADK Besut. 88%.

Kategori qariah klien
1. 
Rus Anisah binti Razak dari CCRC Bachok. 
2. CCRC Bachok.
3. CnC Tampoi.

Pertandingan Nasyid
1.  We read. CCRC Raub.
2. Shoutul ummah. CnC Tampin.
3. Izzul Islam. CCRC Tiang Dua.

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