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All videos listed are produced by UNICEF Malaysia and available in broadcast quality format (Beta Tape), unless otherwise specified. Please contact UNICEF Malaysia’s Communications team for more information.

oneminutesJrs: Teens Tell Stories

1 March 2009: Qusyairi Zazili, 15, is a budding environmentalist with a concern he recently revealed at the first ‘OneMinutesJr’ video workshop hosted in Malaysia by UNICEF and the Ministry of Education.

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In conjunction with International Children’s Day of Broadcasting.

Tristan Lim raises funds for Myanmar

27 June 2008: He is only 13-years old, yet Tristan Lim decided that his age was not going to be a barrier to helping survivors of Myanmar's devastating Cyclone Nargis.

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Kicking AIDS Out

15 May 2007: UNICEF correspondent Steve Nettleton reports on efforts by AIESEC youth and the Football Association of Malaysia to help teen footballers tackle HIV and AIDS in the country.

VIDEO View (TRT 2:14 mins) ¦ Related Story
In conjunction with International AIDS Memoral Day.

Mentoring Malaysia

9 October 2006: A UNICEF-Help University College peer-to-peer mentoring program aims to strengthen the protective environment around Malaysia’s youth against threats like drugs, violence and HIV and AIDS.

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In conjunction with the launch of UN World Report on Violence.
Narrated by 3R host and UNICEF Ambassador Rafidah Abdullah.

Youth Speak Out

2 February 2006: Lydia Lubon from Malaysia reports on the UNICEF-3R Youth Roundtable to provide teens a safe space to express their views, concerns and needs about HIV and AIDS in the country.

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