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Started by a team of health enthusiasts from Malaysia who are committed to tell the truth about health and general well-being for the readers, we are the only health portal which is not commercially-oriented. When it comes to health, we are serious about delivering only the true and genuine information because good health is the birthright of every human being. With sound and updated knowledge on health, diseases and sickness can be reduced and even prevented. All our resources, articles and guides are specially hand-picked and written by our editors to benefit every reader.

We only believe in Organic and God-gifted food

At Family.my, we are strong advocates of organic food and vegetarianism. We are adamant that medication is outright wrong and the pharmaceutical industry has been spreading half-truths to the public. It is time to voice back and tell them and the world about these lies. Our team is strong vegetarians who believe that the world is friendly and more peaceful if everyone stops eating meat.

If you have or believe in a similar philosophy and would like to be part of this movement as a contributor, to make a change and help innocent lives from being victims in the commercial worlds, feel free to contact us and be part of the ONLY true movement of genuine health and general well-being.

Health care industry in Malaysia is reputed in ‘good shape’ since 2009 after undergoing some radical transformations. Malaysia is often considered as the world’s sanctuary of health destination due to several reasons – high-end hospitals, modern facilities, impeccable services and affordable medical fees. Separated into private and public sectors, the country offers sufficient medical needs for the population with an extensive array of health services. The radical transformations of healthcare industry in Malaysia in the last couple of years are in line with government’s effort to promote medical tourism in South East Asia.

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations Malaysia (FRHAM) is a federation that consists 12 state member associations of State Family Planning Associations, Family Health Development Association, Family Health Association and Reproductive Health Association. Formerly known as Federation of Family Planning Associations (FFPAM), it was established in 1958 with one core objective that is to educate and raise awareness among Malaysians on the importance of family planning. In line with the primary objective, the federation promotes and encourages individuals and couples to seek effective family planning and reproductive services.

Years of Health Contributions in Malaysia

Five years after the federation was incepted, FRHAM became a member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPRF). FRHAM is now an accredited member for its continuous effort to fulfill all the criteria set by the board. As a leading voluntary family planning and reproductive services organization in the country, the federation has developed and introduced an extensive array of educational activities and other related programmes to advocate of women, men and youngsters.

Free Family Planning services in Malaysia

Most of the activities and programmes are designed based on a framework that emphasizes 5A’s – access, adolescents, advocacy, AIDS/HIV and abortion. The educational activities organized are strengthen by support strategies under the framework. Basically, FRHAM aims to promote sexual and reproductive services particularly family planning among couples, reduce HIV/AIDS and to protect people infected with HIV/AIDS and also to reduce unsafe abortion by promoting the use of contraceptive to prevent unplanned pregnancies.

We are recognised worldwide

Over the years, FRHAM has formed strategic alliance with other local and international organizations such as International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), International Planned Parenthood Federation, East & Southeast Asia and Oceania Region (IPPF ESEAOR), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), MOH, Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC), Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development as well as National Population and Family Development Board (LPPKN).