||Conference or Workshop Item
||300 Social sciences > 305 Social groups
||LPPKN - National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia: Population and Family Research Division
||70 million population policy, Population policy, Fertility, Ageing, Labour force, Population contraction
||This slide have been presented at the Seminar Cabaran Utama Kependudukan di Malaysia dan Pelancaran Buku Analisis Situasi Kependudukan dan Kekeluargaan di Malaysia in Kelab Persatuan Alumni Universiti Malaya (PAUM), 11 July 2019.
||Population related program or policies have been introduced since 1966 and have gone through 3 series of studies. IN 1966, The National Family Planning Program was able to reduce the population growth rate from 3% per year to 2% (1985). On June 10 1966, LPKN was established under The National Family Planning Act No.42, 1966. The growth rate decreased to 2.8 in 1980. The 70 million population policy was announced in 1984 to reach 70 million population by 2100. This presentation slide describes the findings of the study of the analysis of the population and family situation in Malaysia, including the 7 main challenges of the population which include aspects of fertility, aging, labor force and productivity.