Speech by TV & Radio Host, Aznil Nawawi
Speech by Mr.Youssouf Mohammad Oomar, Representative of UNICEF Malaysia
What have YOU done to stop child abduction?
Join us in the official launch of Abduction: Social Alert Project 4 Children.
A:S.A.P 4 Children Launch
Date: 27th March 2008
Venue: TCPJ LT2
Look forward to interesting insights by popular TV and radio host Aznil Nawawi, as well as fantastic presentations and attractive goodie bags for the early birds!
Most importantly, learn how YOU can do your part in curbing child abduction.
Play your part. Make a difference.
Support A:S.A.P 4 Children.
KUALA LUMPUR: More than 2,000 posters of 11-year-old Muhammad Asmawi Jalaludin have been distributed to police stations in the Klang Valley.
City police chief Deputy Comm Datuk Muhammad Sabtu Osman said that besides distributing posters, police had also started house-to-house searches for Asmawi.
He said that at the same time, they would also search for five-year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar.
A check with SK La Salle Brickfields revealed that Asmawi, a Year Five pupil there, had a bad attendance record, said DCP Sabtu.
DCP Sabtu, who witnessed the handing-over of duties by Brickfields (Acting) OCPD Supt Azri Abdul Rahman to Asst Comm Wan Abdul Bari Wan Abdul Khalid yesterday, urged the public not to provide false information on Asmawi.
He said that so far, only one SMS had been sent to the boy’s mother and it was from a prankster.
Asmawi went missing on March 9. He was last seen at a playground near his house in Pantai Permai, Pantai Dalam here.
Source: The Star Online Tuesday March 18, 2008
KUALA LUMPUR: An 11-year-boy, Muhammad Asmawi Jalaludin (pic) went missing from Kampung Kerinchi on Sunday and his mother and six siblings are pining for his return.
Brickfields acting OCPD Supt Azri Abdul Rahman said yesterday that the boy would usually play video games at the nearby premises with his friends.
He said Asmawi’s friends claimed that the Petaling Jaya SRK La Salle pupil had gone home at 6.30pm on Sunday.
“The boy was last seen in Mid Valley by his friends. We are scrutinising the CCTV clips in the shopping complex to find out if he was there,” Supt Azri said.
He said Asmawi’s mother, Rozita Abu Hassan, 50, had received an SMS demanding ransom. Police have identified the sender of the SMS but have yet to track him down.
Rozita, a single mother of seven, said: “Usually Asmawi goes cycling and plays football in the evening and would be back by 5pm.”
She said when her youngest son failed to come home, she searched the area until 9pm.
“I felt very worried for his safety so I lodged a report at the Kerinchi police station,” said the stall operator.
“It has now been four days. I just wish that my son is back home with us, safe and sound.”
Anyone with information on Asmawi’s disappearance can contact the Rakan COP hotline at 03-2115 9999 or SMS to 32728 or call Rozita at 019-255 0279.
Source: The Star Online Friday March 14, 2008
Methodist Kindergarten, PJ
The final and largest roadshow was held at Methodist Kindergarten on 6th March, with approximately 100 children aged between 3-6 years old. All 31 members of the A:S.A.P 4 Children team were present.
The roadshow kicked off at 11am with a short sketch on the danger of following strangers. The kids were extremely responsive during the Q&A session held after that, waving their arms enthusiastically to be picked. Questions revolved around the emergency number (999), as well as what to do in certain situations when confronted by a stranger. About 10 goodie bags were handed out during this session.
As there were too many children present to play games, we decided to have a sing-a-long. Both team members and kindergarteners spiritedly sang and danced to songs such as “
At 11.30am, we took some group photos with the kids and their teachers, and said our goodbyes. All in all, the roadshows were a huge success and the children understood the message we were trying to pass on to them, thus fulfilling the objectives of A:S.A.P 4 Children.
Want to prove you’ve got the moves?
Willing to battle to reach the next level?
We bring you… DanceQuake’08!
A:S.A.P 4 Children, a project by the 4th semester Diploma in Communication students of
Details are as followed:
Date: 5th April 2008
Registration Deadline: 16th March 2008
Category: Group (3-8 contestants) freestyle
Registration Fee: Only RM 10 per dancer
1st prize – RM1,000 cash prize and other prizes
Audience’s favorite – Hampers and other prizes
For those who are interested, kindly contact
Jenifer Lie (013 267 1288)
Jesika Utami (017 637 8749)
Jean (012 554 3172)
Kah Yee (012 480 4888)
At 9.00 AM we started by greeting the kids by Jennifer, as the MC. Then we did our role play, continue with Q&A session. There are 5 prizes given for the kids who were able to answer our question. The response of the children during this Q&A session was excellent because most of the kids are willing to participate and answer the questions.
After that the committee members together with the kids sang 2 songs, continue with first game, Chinese whisper, which the kids are supposed to whisper to the friend behind them and passed the secret safety message.
The next game we played is called “the mother/father and the stranger”. We improvise this game from the fox and the hen. The objective of the game is to teach the children to hold on to their mother or father while the stranger tries to get them. The children must also run or avoid the stranger when he tries to catch them.
The last in the itinerary was the giving out of gifts to all of the 50 students and sing goodbye song. We also took pictures together with the kids. We wrapped up at 9.45 AM.
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Wong Hui Min
Sponsorship Stephanie Oon Hoang Le Vu (Rain)
Wong Hui Min
Hoang Le Vu (Rain)
Research & Development MR Team
Event Management Joey Chan Leoni Hang Cheryl Pinto Kam Kah Yan Jesika Utami
Yeong Weng See
Kam Kah Yan