Pump Up the Volume to stop child abuse in Malaysia! Join the Community Meet-up on Monday, 15 November at 7:45pm @ Starbucks, Bangsar Village 2!
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UNICEF launches Get on Board campaign to unite 100,000 supporters to stop child abuse in Malaysia.
Malaysian personalities, Adflin Shauki, Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir and Ruth Liew on board as campaign Advocates.
Get on Board campaign launch hosted by TV and DJ personalities Asha Gill and Naz Rahman.
Catcha, Dell, i-Sentric, Media Prima Berhad, NSTP, Starbucks, YouthAsia amongst the first companies in Malaysia to get on board the campaign.
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UNICEF: STOP CHILD ABUSE NOW
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ARE THERE 100,000 PEOPLE WHO CARE ENOUGH TO STOP CHILD ABUSE? I think so, and I thought of you! Did you know that an average of 7 children in Malaysia suffered abuse every day in 2008, and these were only the reported cases? Many more experience abuse in silence and behind closed doors. Like all children, they too have a right to a happy childhood, free of abuse. Abuse robs a child of their health, development and dignity. It can also leave invisible scars on children, their families and society that last lifetimes, if not generations. UNICEF has started a nationwide movement called "Get on Board" to provide us with the information, insight and resources to stop child abuse. This knowledge will empower us to protect the children in our families and communities. Let us show our children that at least a 100,000 of us care. I have raised my hand. I hope you will do the same. Get on Board and register your support today. Visit www.uniteagainstabuse.my/act/register. It will take just a minute of your time. What will you do today that is more important? Let's unite against abuse,
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