Malaysia - World Family Organization

Report
WORLD FAMILY SUMMIT +9
MALAYSIA :
SUSTAINABLE FAMILY
DEVELOPMENT
BERLIN, GERMANY
2 – 5 DECEMBER 2013
MALAYSIA
FEMALE
49.1%
MALE
50.9%
2000
2010
Population (million)
23.3
28.3
Households (million)
5.2
6.5
Average Household Size
4.6
4.3
Nuclear Family/Household (%)
65.4
70.0
Male
28.6
28.0
Female
25.1
25.7
Age at the first marriage
Source: DOS, Malaysia
4
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
National
Family
Policy
GOAL
NATIONAL FAMILY POLICY
to develop prosperous, healthy and
resilient families to ensure social
stability
National Family Policy
Strategic Thrust
1
Family Perspective Commitment
2
Review of Policies and Laws
3
Ensure Access To Family Support Programmes
and Services
National Family Month
PM
announces
Family Month
(November) at
Parliament on
25 June 2012
FAMILY EDUCATION
PROGRAMME
• Modular training
• [email protected]
• SMARTSTART
• KASIH Module Package
• [email protected]
• Government Sector
• Private Sector
• Partnership with NGOs
• 1 - day interactive session
9
PEKERTI Programme @ NPFDB
2011
•
Implementation of Reproductive Health and Social Education
(PEKERTI) in the National Service Training Curriculum (PLKN),
2012
•
PEKERTI in schools
 Post UPSR (Year 6- 12 years old)
 Post PMR (Form 3- 15 years old)
2013
•
[email protected]
FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
1Malaysia
Family Centre (FC)
Family [email protected]
Family Centre
11
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% Orang Asli
Recorded are poor / extreme poor
11,216 children u
ndernourished
How do we move from here?
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)
ublic
rivate
eople
Outcome : High Impact
Low Cost
Rapid Execution
Each on its own may not mean much……
NKRA
Corruption
Anjung
Singgah
Clean / treated
water
EKASIH
Anjung
Damai
AZAM Tani
PIPOA
ASW
GTP Touching
Lives
Corporate
– NGO
Housing
- Repair
Day Care
Centres
NKRA
COL
Home
Managers
Greater
E-KASIH
NGO
Tax
Exemption
AZAM
Kerja
CCVC
Branchless
Banking
Housing
- Build
AZAM
Niaga
Tuition
classes
KEDAP
KAR1SMA
NKRA
RBI
Skills
Training
ICU
Transport /
Fare aid
AIM
NKRA
UPT
ETP
AZAM
Insurance
AZAM
Khidmat
TEKUN
Community
Feeding
GIAT MARA
Dialysis
treatment
NKRA
Crime
Home
Working
2nd Chances
Career
Path
Financial
Literacy
Exit Policy
NKRA
COL
Faith based
organizations
Innovation
KWAPM
Community
Centres
K9
Corporates
RELA
Programme
NKRA
Education
PPR - Refurbish
Cross
–agency
support
AKRAB
Programme
Micro-Sourcing
Healthcare
Food
Baskets
Home Care
Centres
Work
Voucher
NKRA
Education
Housing
- Rental
AZAM
Bandar
NKRA
Corruption
But the sum of all its parts generates immense possibilities
1AZAM INITIATIVES
TO INCREASE STANDARD OF LIVING FOR LIH
Key Initiatives to Economic Empowerment- 1 Azam
Targeted at underserved districts
and those who have not received
any aid in e-KASIH - over 100,000
targeted by 2015
1
Identify
Prepare
Financial literacy
education for over
70,000 AZAM
participation with
AKPK / BNM
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
2
New Opportunities in
• Branchless banking
• Home Managers
• Work Voucher
schemes
• Micro sourcing
Stronger monitoring by
enrolling civil society ….
• Mentor –mentee
programme (AKRAB)
• Volunteers (AZAM
RELA)
4
6
7
Deliver
Monitor
Support
5
Supporting families of vulnerable
groups and to provide AZAM to over
5,000 classified as vulnerable e.g.
ex-drug addicts and ex-convicts
3
Strengthened 2nd
chance through a
formalised TOR
and process
8
Income protection
Insurance Scheme for all
AZAM participants
Increase Standard of Living for LIH
OUTCOME
132,511 households provided with
various forms of assistance
Exit Programme – 1AZAM
(Job matching/Placement)
(Small Business)
(Services/ Self
employment)
(Agric/agro-based)
Family – Friendly Workplace
Policies & Practices
Flexi Working
Arrangement
(FWA)
• Tax deduction for training expenses and consultancy fees
incurred by employers in implementing FWA
Economic
Empowerment for
Women
• Women Innovation Academy
• Women Directors Programmes
• Purple DNA Entrepreneurship Programme
Child Care Centre
at Workplace
• RM200,000 launching grant incentive
• Monthly subsidy of RM180 (each children) for civil servants
with monthly income less than RM5,000
• 10% tax exemption – cost of building the childcare centre at
private sector
FAMILY WELL-BEING INDEX AND DOMAINS
Family Relationships
10.0
8.0
Family &
Environment
Family’s Economic
Situation
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0
Family’s Health
Family &
Religion/Spiritual
Family &
Community
Family Well-Being Index
Family’s Safety
Domain's Index
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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
THE WAY FORWARD
1.
2.
• National Family Policy
• Commitment at the highest level
3.
• Family agenda at centre of sustainable
development
4.
• Involvement of all stakeholders to ensure
Family Well-being Index target met
Thank You
Terima Kasih
Danke

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