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Sunday, April 18, 2010

VIDEO ANTI-DRUGS by Muhammad Shahrir Bin Shari

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ANTI DRUGS PICTURES by Muhammad Shahrir Bin Shari

Recommendations by PEMADAM: Muhammad Shahrir Bin Shari

Individual

  • · Increase knowledge.
  • · Dare to say "NO TO DRUGS".
  • · Involved in drug prevention activities.
  • · Providing the self-defense.
  • · Become a member of the FRIENDS PEMADAM, members of clubs or PEMADAM.

Parents

  • · As Role Model Idols and a good example.
  • · Create harmony.
  • · Appreciation.
  • · Improving discipline.
  • · Geri monitor child movement.
  • · Cooperating with the school.
  • · An open mind.
  • · He joined the PEMADAM.
  • · Educators and mentors in the house.
  • · Provide basic needs.
  • · And lifestyle determinants of the direction.
  • · Formation of character (personality) children.
  • · Pay attention and encouragement.
  • · Take your time together.

Co Companies / NGO Bodies

  • Organize more activities - social activities, especially drug prevention.
  • Assist financially in the anti-drug campaign.
  • Provide support to PEMADAM in running campaigns or anti-drug prevention program and had been with PEMADAM to ensure the success of the program.

Next SOLUCTION by Muhammad Shahrir Bin Shari

INDIVIDUAL

Individual factors are one important factor for eradicating drugs. There are several ways to solve the drugs through individual factors. First, each individual must increase their knowledge especially religious knowledge. In every religious, there are teachings which people to avoid things that can harm themselves especially drugs. Drug can destroy every human if they are misused. For example, in Islam there teachings that explains that all believers avoid things that can damage themselves.

After that, individuals are encouraged to participate in anti-drug associations. For examples, they can join associations or clubs like Drug Prevention Association Malaysia (PEMADAM), National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) and others. They can also obtain counseling services if they face the drug problem. According to Humphrey, Traxler and North, counseling means ‘a relationship between two individuals with the counselor and counselee which the main objective is to improve the welfare counselee and solve the problem’. In counseling, the individual can find any ways and get whatever guidance to avoid drugs from their lives.

FAMILY

Family is also an important factor to solve drugs problem. Parents are considered as role model to their children and youth. First, parents should be responsible for creating harmony in their family. Family chaos can lead to disunity within the family and this will cause their children to do something that is not good as drugs. They also need to take care of their children so as not to get stuck with the drug problem.

Second, parents can also collaborate with school. School is second home for children. So that, parents must together with school activities so that their children can be monitored. In addition, parents must also provide a complete education to their children since they were young. This is because without a good education, children do not have a good future and this will encourage them to do something bad like take drugs.

HOW TO SOLVE THE DRUGS PROBLEM by Muhammad Shahrir bin Shari

a)ENFORSE LAWS - many laws have been enacted to tackle the drug problem. For example, in our country, we have several acts such as the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, ACT Drug Addicts.(Treatment and Rehabilitation), etc. The following are the types of acts and legal drugs in Malaysia:

1. Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 An Act to make further provisions to better control the importation, exportation, manufacture, sale and use of opium and other substances and certain dangerous drugs. Make special provisions relating to the jurisdiction of the Court of offenses under the subject and trial court.

2. ACT drug addicts. (TREATMENT AND RECOVERY) 1983 - (AMENDMENT) 1998 Legislation intended to provide treatment and rehabilitation to drug addicts. In addition to the advanced treatment process is concerned over mengawasan addicts to ensure they do not repeat their distribution.

3. Dangerous Drugs (SPECIAL PREVENTIVE MEASURES) 1985 An Act to provide for preventive detention of those who have connection with any activities relating to the making or distribution of dangerous drugs.

4. Dangerous Drugs (Forfeiture of Property) 1988 An Act to make provisions regarding offenses relating to the property and the seizure and forfeiture of property related activities that have relations with offenses under the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

5. POISON ACT 1952 An act to regulate the importation, possession, production, sale and use of poisons. "Poison" means material designated and listed in the Poisons List and includes any mixture, preparation, or a solution containing natural materials such provision or any materials contained in the Second Schedule to this Act . source: http://www.pemadam.org.my/cda/m_fakta/fkt_akta_main.php b) establishment of associations eradicate / prevent drug - in malaysia, there are many associations that have been established to eradicate and prevent drug. examples:

i- PEMADAM -PEMADAM is short of Persatuan Mencegah Dadah Malaysia (Drug Prevention Association Malaysia). -Was established on March 22, 1976. -It is a voluntary organization established to help them with problems arising from drug use, to provide tutoring to the public about the dangers of drug use and also to get the cooperation of the public in an effort to eradicate drugs. -PEMADAM administered by a body called the Council of the National Anti-Drug PEMADAM and machinery for the smooth management and implementation of programs and activities, bureau - bureau has been established. As a national body that pattern, PEMADAM also moving at the state level, district and unit.

source: http://www.pemadam.org.my/cda/m_home/hit.php

ii- a)ENFORSE LAWS - many laws have been enacted to tackle the drug problem. For example, in our country, we have several acts such as the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, ACT Drug Addicts.(Treatment and Rehabilitation), etc. The following are the types of acts and legal drugs in Malaysia:

1. Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 An Act to make further provisions to better control the importation, exportation, manufacture, sale and use of opium and other substances and certain dangerous drugs. Make special provisions relating to the jurisdiction of the Court of offenses under the subject and trial court.

2. ACT drug addicts. (TREATMENT AND RECOVERY) 1983 - (AMENDMENT) 1998 Legislation intended to provide treatment and rehabilitation to drug addicts. In addition to the advanced treatment process is concerned over mengawasan addicts to ensure they do not repeat their distribution.

3. Dangerous Drugs (SPECIAL PREVENTIVE MEASURES) 1985 An Act to provide for preventive detention of those who have connection with any activities relating to the making or distribution of dangerous drugs.

4. Dangerous Drugs (Forfeiture of Property) 1988 An Act to make provisions regarding offenses relating to the property and the seizure and forfeiture of property related activities that have relations with offenses under the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.

5. POISON ACT 1952 An act to regulate the importation, possession, production, sale and use of poisons. "Poison" means material designated and listed in the Poisons List and includes any mixture, preparation, or a solution containing natural materials such provision or any materials contained in the Second Schedule to this Act . source: http://www.pemadam.org.my/cda/m_fakta/fkt_akta_main.php b) establishment of associations eradicate / prevent drug - in malaysia, there are many associations that have been established to eradicate and prevent drug. examples:

i- PEMADAM -PEMADAM is short of Persatuan Mencegah Dadah Malaysia (Drug Prevention Association Malaysia). -Was established on March 22, 1976. -It is a voluntary organization established to help them with problems arising from drug use, to provide tutoring to the public about the dangers of drug use and also to get the cooperation of the public in an effort to eradicate drugs. -PEMADAM administered by a body called the Council of the National Anti-Drug PEMADAM and machinery for the smooth management and implementation of programs and activities, bureau - bureau has been established. As a national body that pattern, PEMADAM also moving at the state level, district and unit.

source: http://www.pemadam.org.my/cda/m_home/hit.php

ii- AADK -AADK is short of Agensi Antidadah Kebangsaan. -was established on February 17, 1996. -role: To ensure that all national efforts to combat the threat of drug running in a planned, consistent and berarah by creating a society free from drugs. - National Drugs Agency tasks are as follows: -- ~Implement prevention programs ~Implement treatment programs and drug rehabilitation Improving information systems and evaluate the effectiveness of national anti-drug ~Increasing kerjsama regional and international efforts to fight drug menace ~Provide secretariat services to the National Drug Council ~National Drug Agency also established at the State and District. Director ADK State is responsible to the Chief Officer and the Director ADK ADK ADK Regional Director responsible to the State.

source: http://www.adk.gov.my/index.php

iii- PENDAMAI - PENDAMAI or also known as ALUMNI is an association of ex-ex-drug addicts that have been established in September 2002 the launch was officiated by the Honorable Dato 'Noh Omar, Deputy Internal Security Minister at the Dataran Shah Alam which was attended by the Director-General National Anti agencies, Andika with all officers and employees and more than 3000 members attended the Peace. In a short time, PENDAMAI has been accepted as a body of NGOs that could contribute to the drug problem in this country. PENDAMAI now has been established in all states and is now in the process to establish a Support Group Helps to level areas (with the support and cooperation Andika).

source: http://www.pendamai.org.my/main.php

Saturday, March 13, 2010

statistic of HIV/AIDS

This posted, i'm can share stasistic for everyone about HIV/ AIDS

No. of new hiv infections, aids cases and aids deaths by gender per year reported in Malaysia (1986 – December 2004)

YEAR

HIV INFECTION

AIDS CASES

AIDS DEATH

Male

Female

TOTAL

Male

Female

TOTAL

Male

Female

TOTAL

1986

3

0

3

1

0

1

1

0

1

1987

2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1988

7

2

9

2

0

2

2

0

2

1989

197

3

200

2

0

2

1

0

1

1990

769

9

778

18

0

18

10

0

10

1991

1741

53

1794

58

2

60

10

9

19

1992

2443

69

2512

70

3

73

44

2

46

1993

2441

66

2507

64

7

71

50

5

55

1994

3289

104

3393

98

7

105

74

6

80

1995

4037

161

4198

218

15

233

150

15

165

1996

4406

191

4597

327

20

347

259

12

271

1997

3727

197

3924

538

30

568

449

24

473

1998

4327

297

4624

818

57

875

655

34

689

1999

4312

380

4692

1114

86

1200

824

50

874

2000

4626

481

5107

1071

97

1168

825

57

882

2001

5472

466

5938

1188

114

1302

900

75

975

2002

6349

629

6978

1068

125

1193

823

64

887

2003

6083

673

6756

939

137

1076

633

67

700

2004

5,731

696

6427

1,002

146

1148

951

114

1,065

TOTAL

59,962

4,477

64,439

8,596

846

9,442

6,661

534

7,195

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