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Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation was inspired by Almarhum Tunku Abdul Jalil Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Tunku Laksamana Johor.
This foundation was incorporated on 26th June 2015.

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Semoga Allah Subhanu Wa Ta’ala memberkati pemerintahan Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Tuanku.

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May Allah Subhanu Wa Ta’ala bless His Majesty’s reign.

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HOME VISIT | PONTIAN MAC 2020
Pontian, Johor, Malaysia
Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor (YKTLJ) bersama-sama dengan tiga rakan strategik iaitu Food Bank Ji Shan, Waqaf An-Nur Corporation dan Yayasan Raja Zarith Sofiah Negeri Johor (YRZSNJ) melawat lima rumah pejuang kanser di Pontian, Johor pada Ahad, 15 Mac 2020.

Kami melawat calon Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), Nor Zalikha Abd Rahman 17 tahun, yang baru saja kembali ke sekolah setelah setahun ketinggalan sesi persekolahan kerana kanser ovari yang merebak ke hati, paru-paru dan usus beliau. Puan Sa’niah Mohd Nor, 54 tahun seorang ibu tunggal tidak bekerja menghidap kanser darah atau Follicular Lymphoma manakala adik Mohamad Iqbal Nasyhwaan Hasbullah, 11 tahun menghidap B Cell Acute Lymphoblastic (ALL). Encik Er Ah Kiat, 78 tahun, pejuang kanser usus kini sedang menjalani kimoterapi dan masih lagi bekerja sebagai pengawal keselamatan dengan pendapatan harian RM35 sehari. Dan juga Mohamad Affendi Wahid, 29 tahun telah selesai menjalani 7 kitaran kimoterapi merupakan penghidap kanser testikal yang berdepan masalah sukar mendapat pekerjaan.

YKTLJ menjalin kerjasama dengan tiga rakan strategik pada Disember lepas bertujuan meningkatkan kualiti hidup pejuang kanser di Johor. Food Bank Ji Shan berperanan menyalurkan barangan keperluan dapur berupa makanan, Waqaf An-Nur bagi tujuan baik pulih kediaman milik pejuang kanser manakala YRZSNJ membantu dari segi bantuan pelajaran anak-anak pejuang kanser yang memerlukan.

Lawatan diketuai Pengarah Eksekutif YKTLJ, Kol (B) Dato’ Mohamed Perang Hj. Musa dan juga Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif YKTLJ, Noor’ Azmi Md Nor. Turut hadir beberapa wakil daripada Pejabat Daerah Pontian, Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat dan Majlis Agama Islam Negeri Johor.

Turut sama mahasiswa daripada Sekretariat Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor UTHM, Pasukan Sukarelawan Komuniti YKTLJ dan juga Kumpulan Sokongan Kanser Johor Bahru (CSGJB).

Setinggi-tinggi penghargaan buat pejuang kanser, Mohd Nur Akmal Daem yang membantu YKTLJ menyusun pergerakan lawatan home visit ke daerah Pontian kali ini.
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VIRUSES DO NOT DISCRIMINATE

Viruses, illnesses and diseases do not recognize nor care about the colour of our skins; nor what our faiths are.
Neither do viruses
discriminate and choose us according to our political ideologies : whether our views veer towards the right, the left, or just in the liberal-minded middle.
Viruses just simply do not care. They do not see our thoughts.
But we have physical bodies which they can invade.

With the WHO declaring Covid-19 as a pandemic, the next few days, weeks and months are not the best of times for us to bicker and argue amongst ourselves about any social or political issues. If there are social issues which we think should be addressed, then DO something about them, rather than sitting at home and being armchair critics, and spewing out vitriotic words of hate, or well-meaning but off-the-track advice.

If there are people who think that power or position will protect them, they are wrong : the wife of the Canadian Prime Minister has tested positive; so has Hollywood A-listers Tom Hanks and his wife.
Economies around the world has tumbled.
The world of retail and sports has been affected.
In a nutshell, Covid-19 has brought the world to its knees.

For now, the health of our loved ones, our friends, our neighbours and our communities should be uppermost in our minds.

We should be playing our part in protecting our country from having more cases, and the way to do that is to heed the advice given out by our health authorities.

We should think of those who are seriously affected by this virus, and those who have died.

There is a time and place for everything, after all.
Now is not the time to bicker about petty, irrelevant issues.
Now is the time to help one another.
Now is the time to think of our doctors and nurses, and the medical personnel, as they try their best to heal those who have fallen ill, and control this virus from spreading.
Most doctors and nurses are overworked but they have no option but to turn up and do their jobs.
It is the same for the millions of Malaysians who drive to their offices and work, not because they enjoy their work but because they do not have a choice : they have families to feed and bills to be paid.
Now is the time to show that Malaysians are caring and responsible people.
Now is the time for us to prove that we are mature people who know what is at stake and that the life of every, single Malaysian of whatever race, creed or religion, counts.

And before any troll out there even begin to think of writing, “Oh what does she know? She lives in a palace” - the answer is I may not know all but I know quite a bit : there are not enough beds in our government hospitals. The chairs which mothers of sick children have to sleep on are torn and we at Malaysian Red Crescent have repaired them time and time again.
There are B40 families in rural areas, but there are an increasing number in towns and cities too.
I visit the homes of people in remote villages because it is not enough to be told about them, but it is important to know what needs to be done.

With Covid-19 an unwanted reality in our country, we really should be united in our fight against it. This virus is our common enemy now so let’s do our best to stop it from succeeding in getting more victims.

In the words of a well-known sports brand, we have to stop thinking that we know it all, or that we are experienced political or social analysts, but instead follow the guidelines of the health and medical authorities and “Just do it”.

HM The Permaisuri of Johor, Raja Zarith Sofiah Binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah.
(Royal Adviser of the Malaysian Red Crescent)

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    Aras 1, Bangunan Sultan Ismail, Kota Iskandar, 79100 Iskandar Puteri, Johor

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    Phone Number

    +607 557 0404 / +607 557 0405

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    general@tljcf.org

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