AIDS SOLIDARITY FUND
Society is bracing the impact of COVID-19. People Living with HIV, particularly those with weakened immune system are facing elevated risk of contracting the disease. Our HIV community – many who are from economically-deprived background and already suffering from stigma and discrimination – will bear the worst brunt from the economic fallout due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Malaysian AIDS Foundation is determined to continue our mission to help People Living with HIV in Malaysia. We will pull out all the stops to cushion the blow of COVID-19 on the HIV community and continue running our life-saving programmes during these troubled times, but we need your help.
You can make a difference.
Thank you for interest to support Malaysian AIDS Foundation AIDS SOLIDARITY FUND Campaign.
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You may also remit your donation directly to our account: Maybank Berhad Malaysian AIDS Foundation 5141-0542-1257 For more info, please contact Hasrul at +6013-938-3871 / email@example.com Donation of RM 100 and above is entitled to tax exemption receipt by Malaysian AIDS Foundation.
HOW YOUR SUPPORT HELPS?
ALL proceed to the AIDS Solidarity Fund will support the continuity of the following programmes:
Special financial assistance programme for Women Living with HIV facing economic hardship – the programme provides microcredit and business coaching services to enable these determined women to stand on their feet and earn their own income through small, home-based enterprises.Learn More>>
The SAGA Health Access Programme (SHAPE) was introduced by SAGA to provide financial assistance to underprivileged patients from Sabah's rural areas who have to travel great distances from their homes to seek medical support for critical ailments at government-run healthcare facilities in Sandakan.Learn More>>
Teratak Kasih Tok Nan
A halfway home that provides short-term boarding facility and place to recuperate for HIV patients from remote areas of Sarawak who receive treatment at the Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching. Most of these patients have to endure very long journeys from their hometowns.Learn More>>
The only shelter home that offers round-the-clock palliative care services for AIDS patients who are in advanced stage of the disease. The shelter in Kota Bharu, Kelantan, provides professional nursing and rehabilitation services for the most vulnerable patients who are deprived of family support and have nowhere to turn to. .
Located in Ajil, Terengganu, the shelter provides refuge for HIV+ recovering drug users. It also runs social integration programme where residents learn agricultural and entrepreneurial skills such as vegetable farming and chili boh processing with facilities donated by MAF.
CALL TO OUR COMMUNITY
If you are a Malaysian living with HIV and directly impacted by the COVID19 epidemic – either diagnosed with the SAR-COV-2 virus or have lost your income from the economic fallout, please reach out to MAF Secretariat and let us work out how we can help you. We are in this together #kitajagakita
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