admin on November 17th, 2009

The chance is great that you know someone who is carrying the secret of HIV/AIDS. Someone you know is HIV positive, or at least they are affected by the virus. Is it safe for them to reveal the secret? Or do they live with loneliness, isolation and rejection? You can change that. You can be […]

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admin on May 24th, 2009

It has been a year now since (City Hall) served us notice to move out or face a fine of up to RM50,000.00 and a daily compound of RM500.00. They came again on 18 May 2009 and informed us (Crisis Care Home) to move out from our premises. The reasons being some structures we put up […]

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admin on April 21st, 2009

There is a great need to help the residents and I welcome any suggestion and help that are available. HIV/AIDS can give a negative effects to the residents. The most visible effects are those of psychology, economy and their health. Even with much caring HIV/AIDS still takes it’s toll. Effects include collapsed life, collapse of […]

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admin on April 9th, 2009

“When you invite the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind and you would be blessed” The residents of Crisis Home was invited for a movie outing together with pop corns and soft drinks by our friends Fauziah, Roslan and Ben from PT Foundation. We had a great and enjoyable time watching a local comedy […]

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admin on November 15th, 2008

A call for action is necessary. We need to assure that individuals living with HIV/AIDS are cared for, not discriminated against! We are all here together, connected. Nothing is happening to just one of us, but affecting ALL of us!  What is happening affects us ALL! We can no longer look at others or view […]

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admin on November 4th, 2008

Some of the comments we received on “Stigma, discrimination and ostracism are the real killer” Oct 27, 2008 at 11:39 PM Many years ago, as a young christian I was nearly “kill” by discrimination by church members. Some church members ask our pastor to separate the communion cups as a group of ex-addicts were also […]

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People living with illness are no different from anyone else, except for their disease. Prior to this, they were hard working people, contributing to society. Once sick, they are expected to do without and not have those things they had in their life before sickness! Why do we allow this? Individuals should not have to […]

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