WAY aims to work for promotion of youth and youth organisations in programme areas such as: youth employment, environment, human rights, democracy, population, health, drugs, community development and leadership training. The organisation helps to facilitate the collection of information about the needs and problems of youth.
What's Happening Near You: Malaysia
Since 1954, UNICEF has joined forces with the Government and the people of Malaysia to transform the lives of children across the nation. The organisation aims to help the country's Government achieve improvements in health, nutrition, water and sanitation, formal and informal education as well as welfare services for children in rural and poor, urban areas.
Pemadam is a not-for-profit established to help those struggling with problems arising from drug use and to teach the public about the dangers of substance use and abuse.
PENGASIH Malaysia is a not-for-profit organisation on the mission to reduce the demand for illicit drugs in Asia, by developing and deploying effective methods in Intervention, Treatment and Rehabilitation. The organisation also undertakes prevention activities, with the 'Kenali Anak Kita' (Get to know our teens) being their ongoing nationwide family prevention programme (2009-2014).
I have had international collaboration in the past but not currently.
I initiated the collaboration
The Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) was established in 1992 to serve as an umbrella organisation to support and coordinate the efforts of non-governmental and other organisations working on HIV/AIDS issues in Malaysia.
As the focal and lead government agency addressing drug problems by means of drug supply and demand reduction, namely by planning and implementing drug prevention, treatment and law enforcement programs and activities.
Held every two years, the International Harm Reduction Conference attracts 1,000 international delegates from over 70 countries, including front line service providers, scientists and researchers, policy makers and politicians, doctors and health professionals, people from international and UN organisations, people who use drugs and people working in criminal justice.