Dr. Samsul Farid Samsuddin

Penulis merupakan Timbalan Pengarah, Pusat Pengajian Pembangunan Ungku Aziz (UAC), Universiti Malaya, dan boleh dihubungi di uacds@um.edu.my
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Kemiskinan bukan diwarisi

Berdasarkan statistik Bank Data Kemiskinan Nasional (eKasih), sejumlah 118,217...

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Kenal pasti faktornya

Statistik mengenai buli siber di Malaysia menunjukkan masalah ini semakin serius, terutama dalam kalangan remaja. Menurut kajian Ipsos, Malaysia berada di tempat kedua di Asia selepas India dalam isu buli siber dalam kalangan belia.

Bringing back their smiles

O.L.D.I.E is more than just a health project—it’s a movement towards a better quality of life for our aging population.

Menyelami intipati budaya Temuan di Ulu Chemong

Program ini berjaya memberi pendedahan dan pemahaman yang mendalam tentang budaya dan gaya hidup orang asli Temuan dalam kalangan mahasiswa UM.

Bursa leading the way

The Zakat Index is a market capitalization-weighted index that tracks the performance of the largest 200 companies on the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia.

The ice cream of life

I challenge all of us to be more like ice cream. Let’s store our energy wisely, stay true to our unique ‘flavour’, and when called upon, let’s give it our all – whether it’s a small scoop or a whole tub of effort.

Oral wellbeing for street kids of Chow Kit

In an effort to improve healthcare equity, students from...

Awas, ia membunuhmu

Fikirkan terlebih dahulu sebelum mula bicara atau bertingkah laku dan jangan jadikan perbuatan buli ini sebagai satu norma kepada masyarakat hari ini

Setting your priorities right

Bleeding gums also contribute to systemic inflammation, exacerbating conditions like diabetes and heart disease.

TVET is key in circular economy

TVET programs often emphasize problem-solving and innovation, encouraging students to think creatively about resource use and waste reduction. This can lead to training in design thinking to create products that are easier to repair, upgrade, and recycle.

Go find them

While having options can be empowering, it can also be paralyzing. The sheer volume of possibilities might make it difficult for them to commit to a single path.