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A chance for disabled children to stand tall
KUALA LUMPUR, 4 April 2008 – Nineteen year old Zahidah has been confined to a wheelchair for much of her childhood years. He mother, Dr. Aminah, drives her from their home in Shah Alam to the Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) in Brickfields.

Pilot effort provides an early warning system for autistic children in Malaysia
GELANG PATAH, Malaysia, 2 April 2008 – Three-year-old Mohamad kneels on the floor, winding and unwinding an electrical cord around his arms. Every few cycles, he turns slightly clockwise, but always with his back to his mother and father.

Village Health Promoters bringing care to rural communities in Malaysia
SARAWAK, 26 May 2006 – Rudy anak Dugu, 9, experiences life as most boys his age do: He goes to school, enjoys sports and does his chores. But unlike most other young boys in Malaysia, if Rudy gets sick, he may have to travel an hour or more for help.





Health + Education, Malaysia


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