Just seconds to lose a child

Just seconds to lose a child

With criminals getting more informed and sophisticated, it is crucial for parents to keep abreast on safety issues and watch their children closely. IF only” is arguably one of the most painful phrases in life. Laden with guilt and regret, these are words that can...
Bina Harapan Si Kecil

Bina Harapan Si Kecil

SUKA Society was interviewed recently by Bernama to  discuss concerning our work among victims of human trafficking. The interview was published by Utusan Malaysia on the 6th of September 2012. PADA Oktober 2010, tiga sahabat bergabung tenaga dan menubuhkan Persatuan...
Teach Respect

Teach Respect

SUKA Society was interview recently by Natalie Heng to share on UNICEF’s Teach Respect Campaign. The article was featured on The Star’s Parenthots on the 11 of January 2012 – Respect, should you look the term up, refers to the state of feeling or...
Sharing Special Moments by Melinda Looi

Sharing Special Moments by Melinda Looi

It’s possible to bring happiness with a little creativity, as our columnist discovers. A COUPLE of months ago, I wrote about being asked to organise a creative session with women who have been saved from trafficking and are waiting to go home. Well, as with most good...
How do we forget a child?

How do we forget a child?

Losing a child is devastating. Losing a child because we forgot must be worse than devastating. I mean, how do you comprehend the fact that a person’s mind can be so preoccupied to the point of forgetting about his child baking under the hot Malaysian sun? Did...
Targeting Young Drug Abusers

Targeting Young Drug Abusers

SUKA Society was interviewed by Masami Mustaza of the New Straits Times to share on the issue of drug abuse among young people. Read the article below – KUALA LUMPUR: The Women, Family and Community Development Ministry will change public health programmes to...