Board of Trustees and Executive Committee
Khairuddin has been with PT Foundation for 3 years and 5 months now. He started working with Ikhlas Drug User Programme on 8th November 2006. The Needle Syringe Exchange Program (NSEP) had been operating for 8 months by that time. Khairuddin is originally from PENGASIH, an association of recovering drug user, doing Therapeutic Community Programme for their drug and substance abuse rehabilitation centre. He served PENGASIH for 10 years, with his last position as Head of Finance and Strategies in Finance Division.
Khairuddin is now the Programme Manager of IKHLAS and responsible for the overall management of 13 dedicated trained staff and the administration (including overseing finance and stock), leading the NSEP site team to focus on the key priorities of NSEP in both the long and short term.
In his spare time Khairuddin enjoys music very much. He plays the blues harmonica with his friends and often been invited for awareness campaign, reaching out to youngsters and the high risk groups. In between songs they send messages on the danger of drugs, HIV transmission, and safer sex.
PT Foundation Financial Reports
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Our mission is to be the most efficient community-based organization providing information, education, and care services relating to HIV/AIDS and sexuality in Malaysia, working with communities that are difficult to reach due to societal discrimination.
PT Foundation's 5 Communities Programmes
With much assistance from the Malaysian Aids Council (MAC), we oversee 5 communities within the foundation. An elected Core Group and a Chairperson represent each of these communities, allowing us to lead, strengthen and support an effective response to HIV/AIDS.
- People Living with HIV/AIDS:
Positive Living Programme
- Drug Users:
- Sex Workers:
Sex Workers Programme
- Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM):
Pink Triangle Malaysia
PT Foundation was founded in 1987 to provide a telephone counseling service for HIV/AIDS and sexuality issues. Over the years, we have expanded our services responding to the needs and concerns of various communities that are discriminated against due to their way of life or HIV/AIDS status.
We are committed to creating an enabling environment for marginalized communities in the following ways:
- To help minimize the rate of infection of HIV/AIDS amongst our communities
- To help provide care and support and improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS
- To help reduce discrimination of our communities that is based on ignorance and lack of information
- To empower our communities by providing them a safe space to be themselves
Our Way of Working
- We consult, guide and empower
- We are non-judgemental
- We are volunteer-based
- We provide support, hope and care
- We educate our communities for sustained change
At PT Foundation, we believe real change - that makes a positive and lasting impact in people's lives - takes place through community development methods as recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Development Program (UNDP). These methods include peer outreach, safe spaces, community-appropriate information and ensuring that programs are largely 'owned' and managed by the respective communities.
PT Foundation is a partner organization of Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC), an umbrella body representing non-governmental organizations doing HIV/AIDS work in Malaysia.
Advocacy and Research
Advocacy is a crucial element supporting PT in delivering our objectives and purpose to the general public. PT Foundation is regularly invited to give talks and conduct seminars or workshops in corporations, hospitals, factories, companies, charities, youth organizations, schools, colleges and universities on HIV and the communities it affects. Advocacy at PT not only involves sensitization but also lobbying different stakeholders on human rights, sexuality and HIV issues.
Workshops and Information Sessions are an important component of our advocacy and educational programs. We are regularly invited to give talks and conduct seminars or workshops in corporations, hospitals, companies, charities, youth organizations, schools, colleges and universities. We strive to deliver the proper education and information on HIV/AIDS, as well as gender and sexuality, in our effort to reduce the infection rates and to stop stigma and discrimination.
If you would like to know more or get involved in PT advocacy work please call our Advocacy manager, Kevin Baker,
at (03) 4044-4611.
PT Foundation believes in implementing evidence based programs. To this end, PT Foundation is committed to conducting research such as the following:
- Surveillance Studies
- Operational Research
- Social Behavioral Studies
Our research is collected on a basis of participation, initiation, and collaboration with government and academic institutions, or other multi-lateral organizations. Please contact us directly if you would like to involve us in your research project. (03)4044-4611 or by email at email@example.com.
We collaborate with many international and regional bodies to keep abreast of the latest development of HIV/AIDS.We look to these international bodies for funding and technical resources, as well as to adopt best practices from around the world through our global network. PT Foundation works with the following organizations:
- APCOM - Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health
- APNT – Asia Pacific Network of Transgender
- World AIDS Campaign
- WHO – World Health Organization
- APCASCO – Asia Pacific Council of AIDS Service Organization
- IPPF – International Planned Parenthood Federation
- TSF – Technical Support Facilities
- APNSW – Asia Pacific Networks of Sex Workers
- OC Singapore
- Seksualiti Merdeka
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
PT Foundation is happy to be involved in organizations CSR programs and currently successfully runs programs with the following partners:
- Body Shop
- The Undershop
Please contact us to discuss how we can work together on your CSR initiative. Call us at (03) 4044-4611 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.