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Found 119 articles associated to the institution University of Malaya.
 
From A Mutual Support Community To More Mutual Support Communities
13-December-2017

The Senior Connect Group is formed to promote health through social participation in a residential area. The researchers provide empathetic listening skill training for the seed group in the community. Three aspects were identified to increase awareness and mutual support: (1) prevention through education (2) medic alert (3) rehabilitative support.

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Human Rights and Policy Making in Malaysia
23-October-2017

Malaysia is developing its first national human rights action plan (NHRAP) based on 5 pillars: Civil and Political Rights; Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Rights of Vulnerable Groups; Rights of the Indigenous; and International Obligations. The collaboration between various stakeholders is crucial for the implementation of the NHRAP.

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Perception and Opinions of Antarctic Values among Malaysian Working Adults
2-October-2017

Researchers at the University of Malaya, Malaysia, investigated the perceptions of Antarctic values among Malaysian working adults, contributing to the overall strategies and policies as well as regional-based future planning especially in education and public awareness.

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Feeding habit of Malaysian fruit bats
28-September-2017

Researchers from Malaysia, United Kingdom and China teamed up to investigate the effect of human activities such as expansion of cities and oil palm plantations on the diet of the most common fruit bat in Peninsular Malaysia.

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Tidal and mangrove deposits during the Oligo-Miocene in the South China Sea
15-September-2017

A study on 22–18 million-year-old tidal deposits reveals insights on the significance of mangrove organic carbon sequestration in the South China Sea at geological time scales.

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