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WORLD FAMILY SUMMIT + 9. MALAYSIA : SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT. BERLIN, GERMANY 2 – 5 DECEMBER 2013. MALAYSIA. TOTAL POPULATION 28.3 MILLION (2010). FEMALE 49.1%. MALE 50.9%. MALAYSIA. at a glance. 4. Source: DOS, Malaysia. INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT.

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WORLD FAMILY SUMMIT +9

MALAYSIA :

SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

BERLIN, GERMANY

2 – 5 DECEMBER 2013

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TOTAL POPULATION

28.3 MILLION (2010)

FEMALE

49.1%

MALE

50.9%

malaysia
MALAYSIA

at a glance

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Source: DOS, Malaysia

initiatives for sustainable family development
INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

National Family Policy (NFP)

People First, Performance Now

1Malaysia Family First (1MF1st)

1Malaysia Youth Empowerment & Support (1MYES)

1 – Stop Family Centre

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National

Family

Policy

GOAL

NATIONAL FAMILY POLICY

to develop prosperous, healthy and resilient families to ensure social stability

national family policy
National Family Policy

Strategic Thrust

1

Family Perspective Commitment

2

Review of Policies and Laws

3

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National Family Month

PM announces Family Month (November) at Parliament on 25 June 2012

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FAMILY EDUCATION PROGRAMME

  • Modular training
    • Parenting@Work
    • SMARTSTART
    • KASIH Module Package
    • SMARTbelanja@LPPKN
  • Government Sector
  • Private Sector
  • Partnership with NGOs
  • 1 - day interactive session

9

9

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FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

1Malaysia

Family Centre (FC)

FamilyService@Mini Family Centre

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11

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Why Low Income Households (LIH)?

190,000 households

That are poor / extreme poor in e-KASIH by 2015

3,348 urban poor

Need dialysis treatment support immediately

12,600 urban poor

Households earn less than RM 670 per month

31% OrangAsli

Recorded are poor / extreme poor

11,216 children undernourished

How do we move from here?

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We recognise that poverty is multi-faceted and involves a whole range of agencies and ministries; private sector and civil society

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National Blue Ocean Strategy Approach

(NBOS)

3P

ublic

rivate

eople

Outcome : High Impact

Low Cost

Rapid Execution

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Each on its own may not mean much……

NKRA

UPT

NKRA

COL

Housing

- Build

TEKUN

NKRA

Education

NKRA

Corruption

Anjung

Singgah

CCVC

Branchless

Banking

Clean / treated water

Community

Feeding

E-

KASIH

AZAM

Niaga

GIAT MARA

ETP

Home

Managers

AZAM

Insurance

Anjung

Damai

Greater

E-KASIH

Tuition

classes

NKRA

Crime

Dialysis treatment

AZAM Tani

KEDAP

NGO

Tax

Exemption

Corporate

– NGO

AZAM

Khidmat

Home

Working

NKRA

RBI

2nd Chances

PIPOA

KAR1SMA

Housing

- Repair

Transport /

Fare aid

AZAM

Kerja

Career

Path

Financial

Literacy

K9

Skills

Training

ASW

Day Care Centres

GTP Touching Lives

NKRA

COL

Faith based organizations

Exit Policy

ICU

AIM

Corporates

AKRAB

Programme

Home Care Centres

Community Centres

RELA

Programme

Healthcare

Innovation

PPR - Refurbish

KWAPM

Housing

- Rental

AZAM Bandar

Micro-Sourcing

Cross

–agency support

Food

Baskets

NKRA

Corruption

Work Voucher

NKRA

Education

But the sum of all its parts generates immense possibilities

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1AZAM INITIATIVES

TO INCREASE STANDARD OF LIVING FOR LIH

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Key Initiatives to Economic Empowerment- 1 Azam

  • Stronger monitoring by enrolling civil society ….
  • Mentor –mentee programme (AKRAB)
  • Volunteers (AZAM RELA)
  • New Opportunities in
  • Branchless banking
  • Home Managers
  • Work Voucher schemes
  • Micro sourcing

Strengthened 2nd chance through a formalised TOR and process

Targeted at underserved districts and those who have not received any aid in e-KASIH - over 100,000 targeted by 2015

1

7

6

4

Support

Deliver

Monitor

Prepare

Identify

Financial literacy education for over 70,000 AZAM participation with AKPK / BNM

2

5

8

Income protection Insurance Scheme for all AZAM participants

Supporting families of vulnerable groups and to provide AZAM to over 5,000 classified as vulnerable e.g. ex-drug addicts and ex-convicts

Career path and job profiling of low paid jobs to assist people to upskill and move out of poverty affecting up to 21,000 participants

3

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Increase Standard of Living for LIH

OUTCOME

132,511 households provided with various forms of assistance

Exit Programme – 1AZAM

(Services/ Self employment)

(Job matching/Placement)

(Small Business)

(Agric/agro-based)

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High Income

Country 2020

Public Happiness

INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE

FAMILY DEVELOPMENT

Bring new ideas that make tangible and intangible changes (mind set ) towards the improvement of quality of life

Social Issues

Ageing

Population 2030

Knowledge Bank

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Thank You

Terima Kasih

Danke