Wednesday, June 11, 2008


is a campaign run by USM Kubang Kerian students, to create awareness and fighting together with HIV and AIDS issue by gathering University students from various courses to join their Project in USM Kubang Kerian.

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The LogoMy Journey going to USM
We Depart from UTM 9.45 PM and arrive later at 12 Noon

After subuh view from my sitting

Stopping for petrol again: some where in Pahang (in picture:Fadli)

Stop for light breakfast in Terengganu (The Nasi Dagang taste great and best thing is its cheap

Fadli's Nasi Dagang
Nasi Lemak

Our transport from the place we sat (you might dunno how happy we were to know that our transport is not a van but Pajero ..... Thanks UTM HEP)... Evil laugh for 15 minute after knowing it...

upon arrival
we stay here Desa Murni
Get myself jakun(exicted as if you never know the things before) to see they using the recycle paper food container for our everyday food

the first thing is see after clime up the stair, the hall wayi stay in DM2

I will be so happy if i get this kind of cupboard and also study table with a lot of place for books in UTM
but Double Decker bed is i study there i will separated the bed to get singles
owh and here is a good part you also will get your computer station....

If UTM full with cars their place full with bicycle
We went to supper with Mr Azim here 'Mamak Spicy' but my me goreng mamak still sweet.... how can kelantanese people eat sweet things??? Owh ya thanks Mr Azim for belanja-ing us.
The Conference and work shop

Day First:
what we do:
we Register, went for briefing and ice-breaking also movie marathon (Movie: Akhirat).
my Comment:
we get to rest a lot since we arrive early, the ice breaking is cool get to know my first group of friend from AMIST ( Boo, Nick, Prema, Yue Ni, and Christine) . The Movie was great Starring Vanida Imran, Tony Eusoff, Nabila, and Jins samsuddin. Combination of great actor and also real living issue = HIV and AIDS...... Great choice

Day Second:
What we do:
2 seminars (global view on HIV/AIDS and Stigma and discrimination), 1 Forum (HIV and Religion) and 2 Work shop run by Sahabat and Malaysian Aids Council People.
My Comment:
The stigma and discrimination in Kelantan for PLWHIV is quite serious and really eye opening and surprising session for me. (Speaker is from Prihatin)
I completely amaze by Kementerian Kesihatan negeri Kelantan dealing with the issue and how and what they provide to help easing the Issue.
An the Best things is they talk about the issue it self relating to Religion, i get most of the answer but although the Imam in Kelantan maybe already start to realize about the situation am afraid if the other state still not working together in order to fight together gain HIV.
The workshop was so cool they get people from Sahabat (if in johor we dealing with Intan Life zone) to run the workshop, we get to learn a lot there and especially the session is as interactive as i expected (AIESEC Way) .

Day Third:
What we do:
2 seminars (Harm reduction and woman & child living with HIV( PLWHIV), 1 Forum (A Hand to Lead, Aheart to care), Student presentation and Red Ribbon Charity Night
My Comment:
i have nothing to say but the speaker idea was ok. he presenting his idea how to deal with increasing number of PLWHIV. "In Malaysia the number of people infected with HIV virus is through sharing needles is the highest, to fight the spread of any kind sickness, the vector must be reduce or eliminate, since Malaysian that get infected by HIV mostly from sharing needles so the needles need to be encounter, by having a project like what Sahabat is dealing with (NSEP-Needle Sharing Exchange Program)".
The forum was really great. They invited this Maam infected by the Virus from the Husband(Associated with Prihatin), just great because she tell us how sad she was even when her second son killed because of the same reason the husband did and how she manage to survive. she make the whole plenary laughing and also crying because of her act and am really glad to know that she manage her self good. really inspiring and make me wonder at my self.

Some of picture to Share

The NSEP set given out to IDUs
Workshop plenary

Group Picture Lunch

Gala Dinner

OC and Participant Group Picture

UTM delegate group picture
The Door gift...
Makan makan Makan
Upon Arrival Picture

Me and Pravee one of the OC (they call it Excos)
Group Mate
I like the steam fish a lot the ingredient was just right without spoiling the natural taste of the fish. 2/3 of it me and khailun makan it since the other seems like dont like it that much
Remind me of home food.
Me and Darma the Project Director... Nice Person indeed the even excort us out to the lift since we leaving right after the dinner.Me and Darma Again

Khai Lun and Fadli

Me and Mr Driver
Iman putting in his pensive lookThe Dikir Barat performers

I dunno if am not mistaken this is BOB from AF (well i don't watch AF so i dunno) i dont hve his picture but Mr Driver did have.
This is Shirley Soo Sean Li my favourite OC and Philips to and CC to ... eh ALL lah
This is Wira their PR. didnt get chance to talk to him thou... Busy man I C but i didnt snap to much there is this thing call Facebook so why worries
The Journey Back
we depart from the hotel arounf 11.45pm. with a very heavy feelings and also steps but we have to go. i decide to take some picture (My Pajero Mate)

Mr Azim where the USM ppl call him the misterious man..... sigh
And the Map given by a stranger in petronas ... a johorian..... thanks for the Map we not even close to lost on the journey back
am glad that although my name were left out earlier but fadli insisted to talk to izyan about it so am there learning few more things for my own and better society. i guess different approch does make alot of different since what i learn before follows Standart charted Module so.... i rate this conference as excellence. woohoo.....

Disclaimer: all the picture provide by the project blog (, Ms Loh Khai Lun, My self and Mr Driver (Mr Azim)..... thanks

PLWHIV: People Living with HIV (the new term for PLWHA)
IDU: Injecting Drug User
NSEP: Needle Sharing Exchange Program

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