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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.

tahniah kepada semua pemenang!!




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19 October 2012

cabaran SIR Jawi AADK





Cabaran Spell It right Jawi telah diadakan semalam di Pusat Sumber AADK. Pertandingan ini telah mendapat penyertaan yang menggalakkan daripada warga kerja AADK.




Tahniah dan Syabas kepada semua peserta yang menyertai cabaran ini.




Juara Cabaran SIR Jawi benar-benar dicabar dengan ejaan yang sukar seperti ejaan biografi, ensiklopedia dan velodrome...namun, beliau telah menjawab dengan tenang dan penuh perhatian. Tahniah kepada Umi Kalsum @ Siti Hajar  bt Handani yang telah menjuarai pertandingan ini . Tempat ke dua dimenangi oleh Norkumala Abd. Rahman dan tempat ketiga di menangi oleh Khairunisatul Azwa bt. Ibrahim.




Untuk semua peserta yang lain, tahniah dan cuba lagi di cabaran yang lain di masa akan datang.



Belajar jawi dari sekolah
Huruf nya huruf terakhir,
Tulisan jawi amatlah mudah
Amalkan, praktikkan insyaAllah mahir



Sumber: Rohaida Sharif, Pusat sumber AADK




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18 October 2012

kutipan amal DFYA




Drug Free Youth Association sedang giat mengadakan kutipan amal barang-barang terpakai seperti pakaian kanak-kanak, kasut, selimut , makanan dalam tin, mainan kanak-kanak dan komputer terpakai untuk didermakan kepada rumah perlindungan Pangsapuri Sri Purnama, Kg. Subang.


DONATE WITH YOUR HEART!!

Contact person:


Adzif Omar
Caw. Pendidikan Pencegahan
Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan



Cerita lanjut sila klik http://www.facebook.com/photo.   






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11 October 2012

opening address. 2nd regional consultation on compulsory centres for drug users (CCDUs)



OFFICIAL OPENING ADDRESS BY
THE HONORABLE DATO' LEE CHEE LEONG
DEPUTY MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS MALAYSIA
AT THE OPENING CEREMONY OF
2nd REGIONAL CONSULTATION ON COMPULSORY CENTRES FOR DRUG USERS (CCDUs) IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
01st OCTOBER 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA



Mr Gary Lewis, Regional Representative, United Nations Office on Drug & Crime (UNODC) Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific,

Mr. Michael Wilson,   Minister Counsellor, The Australian Agency for International Development (AustralianAID),

Hon. Puan Sri Dato’ Zuraidah binti Hj. Mohamed, Director General, National Anti-Drugs Agency of Malaysia

Mr. Gino Vumbaca, Executive Director, Australian National Council on Drugs (A.N.C.D)

Ms. Nanda Krairiksh, Director, Social Development Division, Economic & Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) “Escape”


Mr. Steven Kraus, Director Regional Support Team<Asia and the pacific, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (U.N- AIDS)


Excellencies, Ladies  & Gentlemen,

May God’s blessings of Peace be with you and very good morning to you.


SELAMAT DATANG KE MALAYSIA means welcome to Malaysia.

I am honoured to speak on behalf of the Minister of Home Affairs, Hon. Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin bin Tun Hussein and to welcome 9 member countries of United Nations at the 2nd Regional Consultation on Compulsory Centres for Drug Users in the Asia and the Pacific. I understand that this is a unique and historical occasion.  Unique in the sense that the consultation is organised by few international entities like the U.N.O.D.C, ESCAP, U.N.-AIDS, with the cooperation and assistance of National Anti-Drugs Agency (NADA), Malaysia and hosted by A.N.C.D. This speaks well of the Comradeship and unity of the region.

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am delighted that The Regional Consultation on C.C.D.Us in December 2010 has noted few recommendations and one of it is to convene a follow-up meeting in Malaysia particularly to observe innovative community-based treatment approaches in Malaysia.

This 2nd Regional Consultation is being held with the objective to provide a forum for Governments of the Asia-Pacific region to share information and experiences on effective drug dependence treatment approaches that also reduces the risk of HIV transmission in the region. This consultation will also serve to foster regional dialogue on the development and the implementation of evidence informed alternatives to the current compulsory centres, such as the community based drug treatment and HIV services to people who use drugs.  

Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

The Government Transformation Program was launched by Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak to “transform the government and uplift the quality of life” for all Malaysians. It focused on the priorities that matter most to the ’rakyat’ (i.e. People First) and making fundamental changes to deliver big results fast (i.e. Performance Now).

NADA’s Transformation program fulfils the fundamentals of the country’s Transformation Program through its Cure & Care Clinic 1Malaysia model as an alternative to compulsary drug rehabilitation center which involves the process of police arrests and court orders and legal implications.The C&C Clinic is open to all Malaysian. The clinic provides services such as psychosocial approaches in drug treatment, clinical & medical treatment and referrals & advocacy.

The concepts of being non-judgmental or no pre-conditions, no legal implications and supportive of the clients motivation to change are the strengths in developing this model for the needs of the clients. Support from parents and family members are vital in ensuring clients undergo the full course of treatment. Clients are also referred by their employers and significant others.

Malaysia recognises that tide of the battle towards illicit drugs cannot be turned around. Thus, we must take measures to ensure that the treatment to drug related problems is always available and easy to access by all citizens regardless of gender, religion and age. We also must create public awareness that these services are available.


Having said that, NADA’s paradigm shifts by the translation of the GTP that “People First” has led to setting up 9 Cure & Care Clinic 1Malaysia throughout the country and certainly being accepted by the community. We hope that through this consultation, Malaysia will be able to share further on our experience.

I formally Declare Open the 2nd Regional Consultation on Compulsory Centre for Drug Users in Asia & the Pacific.

 With that, I thank you.

Read more about CCDUs:
1. Report of the Regional Consultation on Compulsory Centres for Drug Users  


3. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has acknowledged Malaysia's successful approach in tackling drug abuse, with good response from the addicts who come voluntarily for treatment and rehabilitation. http://www.brudirect.com/index.php/The-Star/un-body-suggests-countries-use-msias-approach-in-tackling-drug-abuse.html



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10 October 2012

keynote address the 33rd ASOD, Kuala Lumpur 2012.



KEYNOTE AND OPENING ADDRESS BY
HONORABLE DATO’ ALWI BIN HAJI IBRAHIM,
DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL (SECURITY)
OF THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS MALAYSIA
AT THE OPENING CEREMONY
OF THE 33RD MEETING OF ASEAN SENIOR OFFICIAL ON DRUG MATTERS
(ASOD)
25th SEPTEMBER 2012
KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA


Distinguished Heads of Delegations,
Distinguished Delegates and Observers,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

Assalamualaikum w.b.t. and a very Good Morning to you.

First of all, on behalf of the Government and people of Malaysia let me say:

SELAMAT DATANG KE MALAYSIA.  I am honored to be given this opportunity to welcome Distinguished Delegations from ten ASEAN Member States around the region and to officiate at your 33rd ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters Meeting.

We in Malaysia are very proud of the fact that the Honorable Puan Sri Dato’ Zuraidah binti Haji Muhamad, Director General of the National Antidrug Agency has been elected as Chair of the 33rd ASOD representing Malaysia. Puan Sri Dato’ Zuraidah binti Haji Muhamad, the first ever woman Director General, has led NADA to implement the Malaysia Government Transformation Programme (GTP) which resulted in tremendous changes and transformation made to the drug treatment and rehabilitation approach by implementing the Cure & Care Models in Malaysia that focuses on positive outcomes and impact.
  
I understand that although the Meeting is hosted by NADA, the Malaysian Delegates are also represented by Senior Officials from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Royal Malaysia Police, the Royal Customs Department, Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency and the Pharmaceutical Services Division of the Ministry of Health Malaysia. This is an affirmation of the need for a multisectoral approach in dealing with issues related to supply reduction efforts as well as in providing  drug treatment and rehabilitation services and to conduct drug preventive education programs and public awareness campaigns.

 Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

Recalling the Bangkok Declaration of 8 August 1967, one of the fundamental principles of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN was “strengthening the foundation for a prosperous and peaceful community of Southeast Asian Nations”. ASEAN policies, plans and strategies and activities revolve around this principle. Illicit drug cultivation, production, manufacture, trafficking as being part of transnational crime and the epidemic of drug abuse have the potential of eroding this central belief thereby affecting the political, economic and social well being of ASEAN.

During the 31st ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in Manila in July 1998, the Foreign Ministers reiterated the need for enhancing regional efforts against transnational crime such as illicit drug trafficking, terrorism, money laundering and trafficking in women and children. In essence, the Joint Declaration for a Drug-Free ASEAN to eradicate the production, processing, traffic and of use of illicit drugs in Southeast Asia by the year 2020 and later during the 33rd AMM endorsed to fast forward the target to the year 2015 due to the alarming threats posed by illicit drugs towards the region, the world and to mankind.
  
During the 30th ASOD in 2009, the ASOD work plan entitled the “ASEAN Work Plan on Combating Illicit Drug Production, Trafficking and Use (2009 – 2015) was adopted in order to support the vision and scope of the Drug-Free ASEAN 2015. We applaud Indonesian BNN’s assistance in undertaking the mid-term review with facilitation from the ASEAN Secretariat.

Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am informed that the report of the findings on the Mid-Term Review was presented to the Special ASEAN Ministerial Meeting on Drugs and Related Issues hosted by Thailand from 30 – 31 August 2012. The Meeting tasked the ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters to monitor the implementation of ASEAN Work Plan on Combating Illicit Drug Production, Trafficking and Use (2009 – 2015) closely with the attention to the Mid-Term Review Report made by ASEAN Member States. The Meeting also proposed to the Government of ASEAN Member States to integrate the ASEAN Work Plan on Combating Illicit Drug Production, Trafficking and Use (2009 – 2015) in their national plan on drug control.

As such, I believe this 33 ASOD meeting has its work cut out for it by having to go through the  mid-report and discussing in greater detail how  proposed targets are to be met through an effective implementation and monitoring process.

Distinguished Delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen,

In Malaysia, the Government has always been consistent through its strong commitment and political will in combating the illicit drug problem. Our national drug strategies have also  evolved over time to take into account changes in drug trends within the nation, regionally and internationally.
Thus we can see a shift from drug abuse seen as a social problem in the late 70”s, to the implementation of stringent drug law enforcement since the 80’s. Similarly in the field of drug treatment we have shifted from a punitive approach to focus on a variety of treatment modalities and currently to encouraging voluntary turn-ins.

Similarly law enforcement agencies within the country and the region are working closer       together to address issues such as diversion of precursors, clandestine labs, drug trafficking syndicates and new drugs of abuse.

Recognizing that drugs have an international dimension and also related to other transnational crimes Malaysia continues to strengthen its bilateral and regional and international ties. In recent years we have formalized such ties by signing Memorandum of Understanding on Drug and Precursor Control. Indeed in recent instances we have expanded the areas of cooperation to include other threats such as human trafficking, money laundering, currency fraud etc.

In an increasing complex world facing a variety of challenges, we need to enhance cooperation, optimize our limited resources and focus on what works. Malaysia remains fully committed and confident of the ASEAN process and we have faith in ASOD as the main regional mechanism to address these drug problems.

 I am pleased to see today that the forum of ASOD has sustained its important role as an avenue for Senior Officials from all ASEAN Member States to gather annually for the purpose of coordinating minds and efforts towards achieving the Vision of a Drug Free ASEAN by 2015. With less than three years left to go until 2015, I consider that there are a lot that needs to be done in order to materialize the vision of a South East Asia that’s free from illicit drugs in terms of cultivation, production, manufacture, trafficking and abuse. Having said that, we need go on at full speed ahead with concrete actions as needed and to implement relevant decisions in line with the vision of achieving a Drug-Free ASEAN 2015.

In invoking the name of God Almighty – BismillahHir RahmanNir Rahim,
I formally Declare Open the 33rd ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters and wish you every success in your deliberations. 

Thank you.


find out more about ASOD 33rd..
Nice words, big hugs, thousand applauds and million thanks.. and we were all depart with a clearer mind. Its the time for real action! http://nodrugplease.blogspot.com/2012/10/asod-all-went-soar.html

The 33rd ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters which is organized by the National Anti-drugs Agency, Ministry of Home Affairs is about to commence! http://nodrugplease.blogspot.com/2012/09/asod-all-works-and-no-play.html





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Bands of Brothers. Grand Final Stage 2012.



6 band dari Cure and Care Rehabilitation Centre dan Klinik Cure and Care 1Malaysia dari seluruh Malaysia akan beraksi dan berentap. Siapakah yang terbaik?
Temui mereka : the Band Boy, the Singer, the Brotherhood, Titian Harapan, the North Star dan the boys dari CCRC Karangan!!


"healing through music.."


TARIKH : 11.11.2012
MASA : 2.30 petang
VENUE : AUDITORIUM PERDANA, ANGKASAPURI, RTM

Nantikan kemunculannya!!



Kisah hebat pertandingan kugiran AADK 2011 baca di sini ..putrajaya bergegar !!!





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5 pemenang "cepat menang duit raya"


Makluman untuk semua peserta pertandingan "cepat menang duit raya" anjuran FB SKUAD 1Malaysia, 5 pemenang gambar terbaik telah dipilih oleh pihak penganjur dan anda telah memenangi hadiah wang tunai sebanyak RM100.00. Sila hubungi urusetia di talian 03-89112395 (Tengku Hanizar) atau 03-89112497 (Basharuddin) untuk menuntut hadiah tersebut!! 

Tahniah untuk semua pemenang!!

Oleh : Abdul Muiez Rulee

Oleh: Ahmad Daud Abdul Manan

Oleh: Arius Fury

Oleh : Bolong Tatap Bolong


Oleh : Ian Najjjib





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ASOD: all went soar!!



The ASEAN Senior Officials on Drug Matters (33rd ASOD) had just passed. 10 member countries and 100 invited participants had a fruitful sessions of meetings, discussions and  workshops.  

Inaugural ceremony was tied nicely by Dato' Alwi bin Haji Ibrahim, the Deputy Secretary-general (Security), Ministry of Home Affairs, Malaysia. Followed by welcoming dinner by the host on the second day. Obviously, all are contented with the cultural performances and delightful Chinese Cuisine..  And what most appealing are the fresh recommendations presented by each working group in this meeting which might resolve some of the pertinent issues on drug matters among ASEAN countries. 

The meeting ended with a two hour visit to 1Malaysia Cure and Care Clinic in Sungai Besi. They had been enlightened by the Director of  1Malaysia Cure and Care Clinic and her staff on how Sungai Besi transformed from a compulsory rehabilitation centre to an open access facility. 

Nice words, big hugs, thousand applauds and million thanks.. and we were all depart with a clearer mind. It is the time for real action! 

Congratulations to the organizing committees, ASEAN Secretariat, Ministry of Home Affairs and Malaysia as the host as well as chairman of the meeting. We are looking forward for the 34th ASOD in Myanmar!!






coffee break right after the inaugural ceremony

YBhg Dato' Alwi was making his way to the  ballroom


Yg Bhg Puan Sri Dato' chaired the meeting

some of the Head of Delegations

A gift of momento..


some of NADA's partners from CCSC Chow Kit and CCH Hulu Langat

















Mr Izhar, the chairperson for treatment and rehabilitation workshop. To his left is Dr Sangeeth, presented the journey of Cure and Care in Malaysia.
Mr Wan Addenan presented the best practices in prevention 

Ms Hafidah presented the research findings on prevention

The Awesome Dinner
waiting for the arrival of VVIP 

the two Deputy of Director General of NADA with an academician from Indonesia


Arrival the VVIP for the dinner


captured the best moments..

let's have fun..

beautiful  dance..

Dato' Alwi presented a gift as a momento to ASEAN Secretariat

Cherished them..



Miss Nazirah briefed the delegates on how the cure and care works.

photo session at the  Cure and Care 1Malaysia Clinic
 




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selamat tahun baru 2016

selamat tahun baru 2016
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we are drug free. join us

we are drug free. join us
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