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The 56th Session of The Commission On Population And Development, United Nations New York, 10-14 April 2023
Item Type: Country Statement
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Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, Malaysia,  and
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Year:  11/04/2023
Abstract:  Education is a longstanding right enshrined in human rights and developmental instruments, including in the Plan of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD). The ICPD Plan of Action also recognizes the key role of education in sustainable development, as well as the responsibilities of different stakeholders, particularly parents, in this regard. Investments in education systems are of utmost importance for population growth, as it empowers people to lead better, healthier and sustainable lives. For Malaysia, the education system serves as a fundamental component in our quest to be a developed nation, and in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Strengthening of human capital through education is a priority to Malaysia, with the Government providing free education to citizens up to secondary level.
 
 
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Modul Latihan Jurulatih SMARTSTART 2.0 "Pra Perkahwinan"
Item Type: Module
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Lembaga Penduduk dan Pembangunan Keluarga Negara, Malaysia,  and
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Year:  00/01/2022
Abstract:  Introduction:- SMARTSTART 2.0 Pre-Marriage Training the Trainers Trainer Module is a new module that has been processed more neat and organized as a result of creative ideas through the compilation of contents and activities based on observations related to the latest issues that often being the cause of divorce. This module is a standard reference and guideline specially prepared for the use of trainers to facilitate the learning process, teaching and guide the preparation of programme materials. Through this module, it is hoped that it can provide positive benefits especially to individuals or couples who want to get married or who are planning to start a family in order to be more physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually and financially prepared. Objectives: To provide knowledge and skills to the participants about preparations towards marriage. Program Duration: 2 day program Target Participants: Individuals or couples who want/plan to get married. Interactive Content: Promising difference through learning and delivery methods. Full involvement of participants through skills training and group activities.
 
 
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Modul Kasih Keibubapaan Digital
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Lembaga Penduduk dan Pembangunan Keluarga Negara, Malaysia,  and
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Year:  00/01/2022
Abstract:  Since the country was struck by the Covid-19 pandemic, the new normal has led to increased reliance across all layers of society on devices and the internet for various daily activities such as work, learning, shopping, banking, entertainment, and various other matters. The Internet User Survey (IUS) 2020 by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) found: i. Internet users in Malaysia increased to 88.7% in 2020 compared to 87.4% in 2018; and ii. 50% of internet users spent 5 to 12 hours per day surfing the internet in 2020. In addition to various potential threats that could target children in the cyber world, the IUS 2020 report found that the level of awareness among parents regarding cyber safety is decreasing. The findings of the report indicate: i. The level of parental control awareness regarding children's internet usage declined from 62.4% in 2018 to 53.3% in 2020; ii. 62.5% of parents do not use safety control software for the devices used by their children because they are unaware of such applications; and iii. On average, parents are unable to specify in detail the safety measures needed to protect their children in the cyber world. Furthermore, Cyber Security Malaysia's Study on the Standard of Cyber Safety Awareness Among School Students and Parents 2021-2022 revealed that the increase in online activities has led to an increased risk of cyber safety for students. According to the report, internet addiction, lack of digital citizenship awareness, and less effective parental control have contributed to increased cyber safety risks for the younger generation. Recognizing that digital parenting issues indeed pose challenges and pressures on today's parenting duties, LPPKN has taken the initiative to develop the Digital Parenting KASIH Program using the allocation from the Covid-19 Fund (KWC-19) under the Mental Health Advocacy Initiative of the Ministry of Women, Family, and Community Development in 2022. This program aims to empower parents with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the challenges of children in the current digital generation. The main objectives of the Digital Parenting KASIH Program are: i. To instill positive values and ethics in the cyber realm; ii. To enhance parents' understanding of digital challenges; and iii. To improve parent’s skills in monitoring children’s usage of digital applications.
 
 
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Family education@LPPKN = Pendidikan kekeluargaan@LPPKN
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National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia,  and
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National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia and
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Year:  00/00/2013
Abstract:  The National Population and Family Board (NPFDB), agency under the Ministry of Women Family and Community Development which was initially known as the National Family Planning Board (NFPB) was established in 1966 as a statutory body. Its main objective was to implement the National Family Planning Programme but its scope has now been expanded to Population, Family Development and Reproductive Health which is in line with 1984 Amendments Act. The Malaysian family today is facing numerous challenges due to rapid socio-economic development and globalization. New challenges have emerged in the social and economic arena, which have had an impact on Malaysian families. Among the challenges experienced by the family institution are changing family structure and dynamics, balancing family and career, fulfilling economic needs parenting of young children and adolecents as well as weakening marital and family relationships. Parallel with the Government's emphasis on strengthening the family institution, the NPFDB has developed and implemented a wide range of family development programmes encompassing advocacy activities and promotion, training and education, services, research and development (R&D) as well as policy formulation. In December 2010, the Government approved the National Family Policy and its Plan of Action, thus mainstreaming the family perspective in all socio-economic planning and development.
 
 
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