VOHC After-Party:
Hope Through Music

By Yayasan ZuriatCARE Mental Health Organization

VOHC After Party: Hope through music event, was organized by Yayasan ZuriatCARE mental health organization. It was conducted on ​​10th October 2021 from 10 pm to 10:45 pm EST hosted by Sharrada and Baban Camellia Co-Host(Yayasan ZuriatCARE). Joined by performing artists: Atilia, Mimifly, Dina Nadzir, and Wani Ardy after the voices of HOPE concert.

The event was started and hosted by Sharrada from Mind Matters and co-hosted by Baban from Yayasan ZuriatCARE. The event was followed by Kak Ngah Alia the chairperson of ZuriatCARE and performing artists: Atilia, Mimifly, Dina Nadzir, and Wani Ardy, after the voices of HOPE concert. The performing artists gave us a brief speech and talk about how music can give hope to someone struggling with mental health issues and why it is important to have positive messages in songs

Atilia (producer of concert) gave us a brief speech on how this pandemic has affected many people’s mental health, music is a beautiful way to communicate to people who are going through hardships and communicate better it also helps create awareness. Wani Ardy shared with us about her hearing loss strategy and how its been affecting her mental health as a performing artist. She shared with us her journey on how she had to first acknowledge it, embrace it, become friends with it, and also that we shouldn’t deny our negative feelings we should go through it by giving ourselves time.

Mimi (Vocal Power House) shared with us how her past has helped her and shaped her into the person she is today. She emphasized self-reflection, daily routine, diet, mediation, exercise, and helping others in need by sharing your knowledge. Dina shared with us her motto song which is the reflection that emphasizes finding your identity and being truthful to yourself

Kak Ngah Alia ( co-founder) gave us a brief talk on taking away messages from this campaign, which were to open our hearts and eyes, look out for our closed ones, mental health should be taken seriously, and that every storm brings a bright rainbow. The event was ended successfully after announcing the three winners of the concert which included the following prizes: RM500m (first prize), RM300 (second prize) and RM200 (third prize).



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Sharrada Segaran

Founding Director

Who Are You?
Currently a 3rd year medical student at the Australian National University.

3 Words That Describe You?
Passionate, Hardworking, Kind

One quote you live by:

“What is meant for you will always be yours”

Why Be A Part of Mind Matters?

It is a platform for youth to voice out, be heard and taken seriously. A safe space for like minded people to network and express themselves freely.

More about me:

  1. Chair of the NCMW Youth Wing
  2. Represented Malaysia in the ECOSOC Youth Forum, Asean University Student Council Union and Global Youth Summit.
  3. Co-authored the Handbook on Youth Mental Health
  4. Featured by UNICEF and World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) international.