Petaling Jaya: Four Malaysian personalities have come together to call for the end of child malnutrition in Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC, in collaboration with the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and Asian Development Bank, has embarked on a nationwide ‘Protect the Goal’ campaign in Malaysia to create awareness of the globally threatening disease.
Naypyidaw: The ‘Protect the Goal’ Campaign in Myanmar, with the cooperation of the Myanmar Football Federation, Myanmar National League, UNAIDS and Football United, has entered its follow-up stage where trainers will share information on HIV prevention with clubs, players and other stakeholders.
Hamedan: The AFC Social Responsibility Programme is in full swing on the sidelines of the ongoing AFC U-14 Championship 2014 in Hamedan, approximately 300 kilometres southwest of the Iranian capital Tehran.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC’s One Goal social responsibility programme is banking on the power football to bring awareness of the importance of nutrition among the public, Malaysians heard on the BFM radio station on Friday.
Ho Chi Minh City: Scott Lee became the first person to win the ‘AFC Dream Asia Award: Individual Category’ during an AFC Dream Asia Awards ceremony held on the sidelines of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup in Vietnam on Saturday.