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The Malaysian AIDS Foundation Releases 'Super Sensitive' Condoms To Help Fight HIV

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The Malaysian AIDS Foundation Releases 'Super Sensitive' Condoms To Help Fight HIV
We've seen our fair share of pretty interesting condoms these past couple of years, with the latest being the Rendang-flavoured ones made by local company Karex.

Now, the same people who brought you the Rendang-flavoured rubber is back with a new condom range, and thankfully, it is not rojak-flavoured or anything.


In partnership with the Malaysian AIDS Foundation and The Body Shop, Karex has just unveiled their line of 'Super Sensitive' condoms.

MAF chairman Prof Datuk Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman told Malay Mail that the partnership was to combat the growing cases of sexually transmitted HIV infections in the country, as well as to educate the public about safe sex.


“Over the years, we have done well to reduce the number of HIV positive cases among injecting drug users through our harm reduction project and needle-and-syringe exchange programme,” she was quoted as saying.

She said MAF’s goal was to get 90 per cent of people who are HIV positive to know their status and get them to be on treatment and for that, a three-year campaign was introduced to raise awareness and evoke social change in regards to the escalation in sexually transmitted HIV infections.


Among the initiatives taken is via the the sale of 12,000 packs of specially-packaged ONE condoms that contains three pieces of “Super Sensitive” condoms.

The condoms, which will be sold at RM6 per box, are available at all The Body Shop outlets (except Sarawak, Johor Premium Outlet and Mitsui Outlet Park).

Proceeds from the sale will go to MAF’s general HIV presentation and treatment fund for various projects, so, do support this noble cause, guys!

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