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3 To provide education, eradicate poverty and promote harmony & prosperity in Malaysia among the different ethnic groups. 1. VISION

4 Malaysia – Ethnic Diversity and multilingualism. Population as at 2007 is 27,170,000 (Source: Department of Statistics). 80% live in Peninsula Malaysia and 20% in Sabah and Sarawak. Bumiputera – 61.47% Chinese – 23.55% Indian – 7% Foreign – 6.75% 1. VISION (con’t)

5 Pre-school Education and Childcare Centres. The Education Act 1996 (Act 550) provides that the programmes of kindergarten activities must be based on the curriculum guidelines adopted by the MOE. The 9 th Malaysia Plan has the objective of extending pre-school education to ALL children between the ages of 5 & 6 by the year However, as of date only 42% is ACHIEVED. 1. VISION (con’t)

6 In the case of childcare centres, there is NO Government programme providing for generalized access on an equitable basis. However, there do exist various projects promoted by various different governmental agencies, that seek to provide a childcare service but they are far from covering the total population in need. 1. VISION (con’t)

7 An UN Report on the right of Education in Malaysia takes the view that the Government of Malaysia needs to :  REDOUBLE its effort to ensure that ALL children have access both to pre-school and childcare centres and should BEAR THE COST of both services, in order to prevent certain children from being excluded from pre-school education as a result of economic and social inequalities. 1. VISION (con’t)

8  In particular, special attention should be paid _ to pre-school schooling of POOR CHILDREN living in the URBAN AREAS who seem to have fewer opportunities for access to pre-school education.  Pay special attention to the LIMITED access to pre-school education for children living in the states of Sabah and Sarawak, particularly in rural areas which is now of great concern. 1. VISION (con’t)

9 ‘There were 162,000 primary and secondary students who could not read, write or count last year. The Education Ministry’s record for the period showed that the bulk – 120,000 – were in primary school’. (NST May 25, 2006)

10 i. To set up pre-school centres (PSC) for the poor in partnership with PSC Operator, Key Partner in designated areas throughout Malaysia. ii.To operate these PSC in partnership with Content Provider, KP, AP, ADUN, businesses in the community, and with all who care about this work for the poor. iii.To set up Regional Training Centres for training of teachers and volunteers to function within these PSC. iv.To operate a food co-op within these PSC for the children. 2. MISSION

11 i.This project came out of an initiative of Nation Transformation via a EFC Leadership Summit in Penang in April ii.This project targets the poor that is from the ethnic communities in Malaysia. iii.This project provides education (pre-school) meals, support and a place of rest for the children of the poor. 3. PROJECT SUMMARY

12 Nursery (3 years) Pre-School 1 (4 years) Pre-School 2 (5 years) Pre-School 3 (6 years)

13 Pre-School Subjects 1. Language Learning 2. Jolly Phonics 3. BM / Mandarin / Tamil4. Mathematics 5. Science6. Art & Craft 7. Computer8. Physical Education 9. Music & Movement 10. Moral

14 Pre-School Subjects

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16 i.Principal – Projek Harap Sdn Bhd ii.Content Curriculum Provider (4Qs, IQ, EQ, CQ, LQ) iii.PSC Operator - cater up to 50 children iv.Accountability Partner at Local Community Level v.ADUN/Member of Parliament vi.Businesses vii.All other organizations who care about this work 4. PARTNER – ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES

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18 KERUSI-KERUSI PARLIMEN AND DEWAN UNDANGAN NEGERI Dewan RakyatUndangan-undangan Negeri Perlis315 Kedah1536 Kelantan1445 Terengganu832 Pulau Pinang1340 Perak2459 Pahang1442 Selangor2256 Negeri Sembilan836 Melaka628 Johor2656 Federal Territory (KL)11- Federal Territory (Putrajaya)1- Federal Territory (Labuan)1- Jumlah di negeri-negeri Semenanjung Sabah25 60 Sarawak3171 Jumlah di Malaysia222576

19 YEAR 1 – 2010 Set up all regional training centres (26) in Malaysia. 6. STRATEGY & TIMELINES (5 YEAR PLAN)

20 CENTRAL SOUTH EAST NORTH 4. Alor Setar 5. Kangar * 6. Taiping* 1. Georgetown 2. B. Mertajam 3. Sg Petani 11. Johor Bahru 12. Kluang 13. Melaka 7. Bkt Gasing, PJ 8. Kg Medan 14. Kuantan 15. Kemaman* 16. K.Baharu * 7. RESOURCES i. REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRES (PENINSULA MALAYSIA) = Seremban* 10. Ipoh*

21 SARAWAK SABAH 4. Tawau 5. Tenom 1. K.Kinabalu 2. Kudat 3. Sandakan 6. Kuching 7. Sibu 8. Miri 7. RESOURCES iii. ALL PSC CAN ALSO BE USED AS A TRAINING CENTRES ii. REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRES (SABAH & SARAWAK = 10) 9. Limbang 10. Kapit TOTAL REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRES (PENINSULA MALAYSIA + SABAH & SARAWAK = 26)

22  Funding to Set-up PSC - Annual Gala Dinner  Funding to Run the PSC - Community i.BEST CHILD AWARD ii. MOST TALENTED CHILD 8. SPONSOR A CHILD

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24  A PHOTO OF YOUR CHILD  A DETAILED REPORT OF THE PROGRESS OF THE CHILD  AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE IN A LOVING RELATIONSHIP WITH A CHILD THAT WILL CHANGE HIS/HER LIFE – AND YOURS!

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