||Children are a very important part of society, they are an asset for the country and the link for the country's development in the future. In 2008, there were 10.5 million (37.9%) children out of 27.7 million population. As such, the Government is very concern about the welfare and interests of children. In this regard, Malaysia has ratified the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) on 17 February 1995. The Convention focuses on the welfare and lives of children that lead to aspects of survival, protection, development and participation. As a State Party to the CRC, Malaysia is very concerned and committed to the responsibility to ensure the safety and welfare of the children who are the heirs and future generation of the country. Interests of the child is clearly shown in the Statement of Vision 2020 in which the institution of the family and children is one of the focuses of priority in the country's efforts to achieve developed nation status in addition to creating a society that is fair and compassionate.