Sweating for a Good Cause: Cycling the Way to Addiction Awareness.

March 12, 2019
Solace Asia


As part of its 2019 social responsibility program, Solace Asia together with various federal government representatives and agencies such as AADK, PDRM, MBKK and the Malaysian Prison Department, took part in a cycling event held at Kampung Darau, Menggatal, Sabah, earlier this morning.

Officiated by Datuk Mohd Azis bin Jamman, Malaysia’s Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, the event was open to all cycling enthusiasts who were keen to sweat for a good cause and aimed at promoting the importance of public and community education, in the fight against substance abuse.

It is through engaging awareness campaigns such as this, that a society free from substance abuse is achieved said Dr. Prem Shanmugam, Clinical Director of Solace Asia.

Scheduled throughout 2019 are a number of government initiatives and campaigns to address the problem of substance abuse and drug addiction in the state. As part of its long established corporate social responsibility program, since its inception Solace Asia and its Kuala Lumpur based community project “The Sanctuary”, have been avid supporters and contributors of such initiatives across the nation.

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