Elderly Care Centres Must Be Made Available and Affordable

  As the Chairman of the Association for Aged Care Operators of Malaysia, Vice President of WAFIQ and Founder of Elderly Care Academy Darul Insyirah,  I’ve read your report below; https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2018/08/06/theres-no-compassion-for-the-elderly-first-abandoned-by-their-families-now-homes-35-senior-citizens/ with deep regret and sorrow. I would like to address this issue which has not received due attention, despite we are heading towards Ageing […]

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Concerted Effort Needed to Improve Childcare Standard in Malaysia

  Every responsible parent wishes to give the best for their children, including quality childcare that they can best afford. Some parents go to the extent of quitting their job as they worry of their children’s safety and wellbeing in the hands of others. Indeed that is a valid concern.   Cases of physical and/or […]

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MACSA releases Joint Submission for Stakeholders Information 2018 in anticipation of Malaysia’s 3rd UPR Before The UNHRC

  In conjunction with the recent celebration of our 61st Merdeka Day and in anticipation of Malaysia’s pending Universal Periodic Review (UPR) before the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) this November, being its 3rd to date, we are pleased to grant access for the viewing of the Malaysian public MACSA’s Joint Submission for Stakesholder’s […]

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WAFIQ: Jangan Nafikan Hak Wanita Bertudung

    Baru-baru ini kita menyaksikan perdebatan di parlimen mengenai hak wanita Islam untuk bertudung di tempat kerja. Yang Berhormat Siti Zailah, Ahli Parlimen Rantau Panjang telah bangkit dan mengetengahkan dengan beraninya sebuah isu yang telah lamakita perkatakan iaitu hak wanita khususnya yang bekerja di dalam sektor penerbangan sebagai pramugari agar mempunyai pilihan untuk memakai […]

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