مليسيا

Ambulance | ambulancía | Krankenwagen | 救急車 | скорая помощь: 999 or 112

سياره اسعاف: 112

Women’s Aid Organisation helplines: 03 7956 3488 or SMS/WhatsApp TINA at 018 988 8058

AWAM women’s Helpline: 03 7877 0224

Abuse helplines: (60) 03 7960 3030 / 7956 3488

Women’s Aid Organisation

mao.org.my/

WAO Hotline Mon to Sat: 9am-5pm Extended hours on Tues, Wed & Fri: 7-10pm +603 7956 3488

SMS/WhatsApp TINA 24 hours +6018 988 8058

womensaidorg@gmail.com

Women’s Centre for Change Penang (Counselling services, legal advice and shelters)

wccpenang.org/

Domestic Violence

Keganasan Rumah Tangga

家庭暴力

Rape

Rogol

强暴

WCC Penang:

04-228 0342

WCC Seberang Perai/PPW:

04-398 8340

E-mail: wcc@wccpenang.org

All Women’s Action Society (AWAM)

https://www.awam.org.my/

AWAM women’s Helpline: 03 7877 0224

Email: telenita@awam.org.my

At AWAM, we provide free counselling and free legal information to clients who come to us for help to the best of our capabilities. If you, or someone you know, is being or has been subjected to sexual assault or harassment, domestic violence, abuse, or any form of discrimination because of their gender, do reach out to us. We also do referrals for clients whose situations can be better addressed by other agencies, including but not limited to: seeking shelter, family therapy, and legal representation. Our services are free and confidential.

Lifeline 马来西亚生命线协会

http://lifeline.org.my/cn/

辅导热线 + 603-4265 7995

日间辅导:周一 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm;周五 10am-12pm;周六 2pm-5pm

晚间辅导:周一至周五 7pm-10pm

Counselling Service Mon 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm ; Mon-Fri 7pm-10pm ; Fri 10am-12pm ; Sat 2pm-5pm Counselling Line: 03-4265 7995

Counselling Email: counselling@lifeline.org.my

International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific)

iwraw-ap.org/

Tel: (603) 2282 2255

iwraw-ap@iwraw-ap.org


As in most countries, awareness of emergency contraception (EC) as a pregnancy prevention method is low in comparison to other contraceptive methods. While existing sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) programs in the assessed sites offer EC to survivors of sexual assault, family planning providers, especially in Uganda, reportedly disapprove of making EC available for non-sexual assault cases, citing that it could promote promiscuity, particularly among adolescents. EC is not available in the assessed health facilities providing family planning services in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia although they are available through prescription at pharmacies, nor in UNHCR’s implementing partner health facilities in Amman, Jordan.

Source: Refocusing Family Planning in Refugee Settings: Findings and Recommendations from a Multi-Country Baseline Study, UNHCR (the UN Refugee Agency), Women’s refugee commission. 2011.

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