More HIV/AIDS 101 workshops!

There will be a HIV/AIDS 101 Workshop tomorrow, 1 APRIL 2010.

Place: Kalangkasa, KIY
Time: 8.30 -10.30 pm

Feeling tensed and need something to take your mind off the upcoming finals, but don't want to waste time on Facebook? 

Come and join our workshop! It's EDUCATIONAL, INFORMATIONAL and you are playing a part in WORLDWIDE HIV/AIDS prevention. See you there!

HIV/AIDS roadshow in University Kebangsaan Malaysia

RED Roadshow in Pusanika in UKM. Whoohoo... this roadshow had proved to be beneficial to the students in UKM and of course AIESEC in UKM because we managed to brand ourselves and students participate a lot in the roadshow. a round of applauds for the RED agents and students in UKM... whoohoo~

Layout of the roadshow

Red Agents preparing to rock Pusanika...

Approaching students about
What we do and how we are doing it ? 
click on the links above to know more about The Red Project and HIV/AIDS

And we have Marie Nemoto, intern from Japan come and visit us at our roadshow. 
Jennifer and Marie.

Things start to get a little bit interactive here. welcoming The Body Game.

Explaining the body game

Jennifer showing the condom demonstration to Marie.

Thats all for now. a sneak preview of what coming up next
Exhibition in Sunway Piramid. 
Stay tuned


HIV/AIDS exhibition in SUNWAY


The red agent is setting a booth in SUNWAY PIRAMID 
from 11am-5pm

Feel free to drop by, because we are having the exhibition in conjunction with EYLN and Outgoing Exchange department of AIESEC in UKM

Besides that, we are having a Global village, whoohoo~ 
it is going to be a BLAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


HIV/AIDS roadshow

Think you knew it all about HIV/AIDS?
Think again...

The Red Project is going to have a HIV/AIDS Roadshow in Pusanika level 2 on Friday (19/3/10) at 9am.
Do drop by our roadshow.
Join us in spreading awareness on HIV/AIDS. Be a Red Agent yourself.


HIV diagnosis is not a death sentence

November 28th 2009 - Today, I am celebrating an Anniversary. I don't recall the exact day I found out I was infected with HIV, it was sometime in 1984. The day that stands out most for me is November 28th 1985.

On November 28th 1985, I was told by my doctor to inform my family, arrange my finances and funeral, I had six months to live!
Soon after, I left my job, friends and family and moved far away so that no one would see me get sick and die...but I didn't die. Twenty-five years later I'm still here.
The point is that I missed out on so much during those years when I hid my HIV status and lived far away from family and friends. Years, when I could have been close to those I love but instead I lived in isolation.

Years that I could have been close to my father (my mother died when I was young), brothers and sister, grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins and all my friends. All of whom when I did finally disclose I was HIV+ asked, "Why didn't you tell us? We love you!"

What was I thinking? I was deciding for others; deciding what others could or could not handle, what they could or could not know, instead of letting people make up their own minds!

The truth is that people infected with HIV can and do live normal lives. They go to school, have careers, marry, have children and much more!

Don't waste time worrying about what could or might be. Be present NOW!

Enjoy all life has to offer. Learn about HIV. Learn what you can do to stay healthy!

Fear will undermine every aspect of your life if you let it. Don't let HIV occupy your mind. Don't let HIV take away your JOY for living!

Do everything you love to do and spend time with people who you care about and who really care about you.

I must say that once I decided to no longer be afraid of people finding out I was HIV+ and since coming out about my HIV life has been rich and full!

Yes, there have been health concerns, sickness, HIV/AIDS medications and side effects with HIV affecting every area of my life, but there is so much more that has made my life worth living!
You have one chance in life; make the most of it.

adapted from
Bradford McIntyre


to the second round of MacJannet Awards

Recently The Red Project had applied for the MacJannet Prize and we are glad to announce that
We are through to the SECOND ROUND... woohoo~

A little information about the MacJannet Prize: 
The MacJannet Prize recognizes exceptional student civic engagement initiatives based in Talloires Network member universities around the world and contributes financially to their ongoing public service efforts.

And there're now 22 other programs (as follow) running for the prize. the eight winners will be announced in April.

Ballarat Learning for Life - Australian Catholic University (Australia)
Big Sister Big Brother Orphanage Program - Petro Mohyla State University (Ukraine)
Community Awareness Initiatives Responsibly-Directed by Engineers (CAIRDE) - National University of Ireland, Galway (Ireland)
Community-Based Project Module (JCP) - University of Pretoria (South Africa)
Community Builders - Wartburg College (USA)
Design/Build: Indigenous Australia - University of Melbourne (Australia)
Development and Emergency Practice Collaborative Fieldwork Program - Oxford Brookes University (UK)
Global Hope - Liverpool Hope University (UK)
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education - University of Mines and Technology (Ghana)
Humanity in Focus - University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution - Cuttington University (Liberia)
IUPUI-Moi University Strategic Partnership - Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (USA)
National Centre for Sustainability - Swinburne University of Technology (Australia)
Programa de Vinculación Socio Productiva - Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata (Argentina)
PuentesUC - Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Chile)
The Red Project - Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (Malaysia)
Refugee Action Support Program - University of Western Sydney (Australia)
Student Initiatives@MGD AKA "One-Stop Service" - Stellenbosch University (South Africa)
Student Leaders for Service - Portland State University (USA)
Ubunye - University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Vidas Moviles - Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Colombia)
Village Adoption Project in Yunnan - Lingnan University (Hong Kong)

Congratulations to the Organizing Committee members of The Red Project 2009. woohoo~


HIV/AIDS workshop in UKM !!

Voila, The RED Project of AIESEC in UKM is bringing you a HIV/AIDS workshop. Details as follow:

Venue : PTSL Level 2, Bilik serbaguna
Time : 2.00p.m.
date : 9th of March (Tuesday)

Do not
hesitate to drop by our workshop in PTSL where we bring you HIV 101. JOIN our quest to spread awareness on HIV/AIDS.

DO you think you know enough? think again...


Workshop at Burhanuddin Helmi Residential College

Sad to say, it was Yoo-Jin's last workshop in UKM (Awwww). The RED Agents went to  Burhanuddin Helmi Residential College to conduct a workshop. Although the participants are less than 20 people due to the exams going on, however, they are quite interactive and enjoyed participation in the workshop. The Red Agents are really glad to see the audience enjoyed and get the most out of it in the workshop.

the starting slides
Iqbal conducting workshop

AIESEC all around the world, introduced by Iqbal.

wildfire game ~

Woohoo~ thats for the workshop photo. Well, the night is still young. The Red Agents had a little surprise for Iqbal, our beloved intern... YAY~

Our Birthday Boy... hahaha
Happy Birthday to You Iqbal~
(many things to wish for huh~) 

with us is San, and a lot of memories are embedded in these pictures.
RED Project is HOT TO GO.



Come join us, show your support for our project and at the same time, get more HIV/AIDS knowledge! Best of all, IT'S FREE!!!
Bring your friends along! 

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