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1 MALAYSIA : SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT BERLIN, GERMANY 2 – 5 DECEMBER 2013

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3 MALE 50.9% FEMALE 49.1%

4 4 Source: DOS, Malaysia Population (million) Households (million) Average Household Size Nuclear Family/Household (%) Age at the first marriage Male Female

5 INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT National Family Policy (NFP) 1Malaysia Family First (1MF1st) People First, Performance Now 1Malaysia Youth Empowerment & Support (1MYES) 1 – Stop Family Centre

6 N ational F amily P olicy

7 National Family Policy Ensure Access To Family Support Programmes and Services Strategic Thrust Family Perspective Commitment Review of Policies and Laws 1 2 3

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

9 99 Modular training SMARTSTART KASIH Module Package Government Sector Private Sector Partnership with NGOs 1 - day interactive session

10 PEKERTI NPFDB Implementation of Reproductive Health and Social Education (PEKERTI) in the National Service Training Curriculum (PLKN), PEKERTI in schools Post UPSR (Year years old) Post PMR (Form years old)

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12 Why Low Income Households (LIH)? 190,000 households That are poor / extreme poor in e-KASIH by ,348 urban poor Need dialysis treatment support immediately 11,216 children u ndernourished 31% Orang Asli Recorded are poor / extreme poor 12,600 urban poor Households earn less than RM 670 per month How do we move from here?

13 13 We recognise that poverty is multi-faceted and involves a whole range of agencies and ministries; private sector and civil society

14 3P ublic rivate eople National Blue Ocean Strategy Approach (NBOS)

15 Each on its own may not mean much…… But the sum of all its parts generates immense possibilities AZAM Tani AZAM Kerja AIM AZAM Khidmat AZAM Niaga KEDAP NKRA RBI NKRA Education NKRA Education NKRA COL Tuition classes KAR1SMA NKRA Crime NKRA COL PIPOA K9 Skills Training Food Baskets Community Feeding Healthcare ASW Financial Literacy Career Path Home Working Home Managers NGO Tax Exemption Corporate – NGO NKRA Corruption ETP AZAM Insurance NKRA UPT Housing - Build Housing - Rental NKRA Corruption RELA Programme AKRAB Programme ICU Housing - Repair PPR - Refurbish Day Care Centres Home Care Centres Anjung Singgah CCVC Clean / treated water 2 nd Chances Exit Policy Branchless Banking Micro-Sourcing Work Voucher AZAM Bandar Community Centres Faith based organizations TEKUN GIAT MARA Anjung Damai E- KASIH Greater E-KASIH Cross –agency support GTP Touching Lives Corporates Transport / Fare aid Dialysis treatment KWAPM Innovation

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17 Key Initiatives to Economic Empowerment- 1 Azam IdentifyPrepare DeliverMonitor Support 1 Targeted at underserved districts and those who have not received any aid in e-KASIH - over 100,000 targeted by New Opportunities in Branchless banking Home Managers Work Voucher schemes Micro sourcing 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 2 Financial literacy education for over 70,000 AZAM participation with AKPK / BNM 3 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 6 Stronger monitoring by enrolling civil society …. Mentor –mentee programme (AKRAB) Volunteers (AZAM RELA) Income protection Insurance Scheme for all AZAM participants 8 7 Strengthened 2 nd chance through a formalised TOR and process

18 (Job matching/Placement)(Small Business) (Services/ Self employment) (Agric/agro-based) Exit Programme – 1AZAM

19 Tax deduction for training expenses and consultancy fees incurred by employers in implementing FWA Flexi Working Arrangement (FWA) Women Innovation Academy Women Directors Programmes Purple DNA Entrepreneurship Programme Economic Empowerment for Women 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 Child Care Centre at Workplace

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21 Social IssuesKnowledge Bank Ageing Population 2030 Bring new ideas that make tangible and intangible changes (mind set ) towards the improvement of quality of life

22 1. National Family Policy 2. 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

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