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AIDSAware Exhibition Launch @ Mid Valley Gardens

When do I started know about AIDSAware Campaign and its Exhibition @ Mid Valley Gardens ? I think it is because I joined ruumz social website long long time ago. Thanks James for the invites as I guess it is a good way to share AIDSAware message through photos especially when more than 20 Malaysia Personalities & Celebrity were there for the grand launch of the AIDSAware Exhibition . What is AIDSAware? AIDSAware is a campaign that involves you. This is a much-needed effort to increase the awareness of HIV/AIDS by collecting photo messages from people like you to help influence and educate Malaysians of all ages. The project cam about when PT Foundation and ruumzcauses collaborated with Studio Pashe,, Orchan Consulting and CREATIVE JUICE\SIL to make widespread awareness on HIV/AIDS Prevention & Non-Discrimination a reality n Malaysia. All funds raised from the project will be donated to the PT Foundation. PT Foundation is a community-based, voluntary non-pro

AIDSAware - Be the Message to Stop AIDS

AIDSAware is a first of its kind awareness movement which is a joint collaboration between PT Foundation and ruumzcauses whereby the public themselves become the vehicle for creating and spreading AIDS awareness utilizing social media. The public is encouraged to take a picture of themselves, their friends and/or their family members holding a AIDS/HIV related message on a piece of paper or card and posting and sharing their "photo messages" online. It incorporates a Public Service Announcement (PSA) angle whereby 42 prominent personalities and celebrities got together for free to shoot high quality photos holding their own messages on AIDS in the vein of the "Got Milk?" campaign from the United States. These shots will be compiled into a calendar, postcards, posters for PSAs and more. During the photoshoot, behind the scene videos and celebrity video messages were also shot to raise awareness and encourage further participation. The project hopes