MALAYSIA TETAP HARAPAN PALASTINE
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Bayaran balik loan setiap tahun selama 15 tahun.
Perbelanjaan penyelenggaraan dan pengurusan.
Jumlah perbelanjaan setiap tahun sehingga projek siap yang perlu disediakan oleh Kerajaan Negeri Kedah
Urban Public Transport
· Introduction of Bus Expressway Transit (BET) services has resulted in 547,669 passengers using bus routes.
· 30 new four-car trains on the Kelana Jaya LRT Line has increased rail ridership by 13%
· Opening of a new integrated transport terminal at Bandar Tasik Selatan that has diverted over 500 buses away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre daily
· Old Puduraya terminal has been refurbished and renamed Pudu Sentral.
· Street Crime reduced by 39.7%
· Index Crime reduced by 11.1%
· Reduction attributed to omnipresence programme and public and police partnership
· Malaysia has also been ranked 1st both in terms of safety and security in South East Asia by Global Peace Index, and 1st amon gst 19 middle income countries by World Justice Report.
Rural Basic Infrastructure
· 1013.4 rural roads were built and upgraded across the country resulting enhanced road connectivity
· 73,227 additional houses supplied with clean or treated water
· 27,004 additional houses connected with 24-hour electricity supply
· 14,365 houses for rural poor built or restored
· Affecting the lives of more than 3 million Malaysians living in rural areas (2 million in 2010, 1 million in 2011)
· The Education NKRA was conceived to safeguard our nation’s future by developing the minds, talents and capabilities of the next generation in a more advantageous manner as we move towards these ambitions
· In order to make quality basic education more accessible to all students, more than 3, 000 pre-schools classes has started in 2011. This saw the pre-school enrollment rate of 77%
· Via the LINUS (Literacy and Numeracy) Programme, Primary 2 students have achieved a 97.5% rate for literacy and 98.6% rate for numeracy in the second screening this year
· The start of 2011 saw the introduction of the School Improvement Programme, a new initiative which helped all 10,000 schools throughout Malaysia to improve their performance, thereby elevating the overall school system
· For the first time in Malaysian history, a national pre-school information system (Sistem Maklumat Prasekolah Kebangsaan) or SMPK was developed to collate data on pre-schools and students
Low Income Household
· Having achieved the target of taking more those 44,000 households out of the extreme poverty category last year, the focus in 2011 is ensuring more poor households participated in the 1AZAM (Akhiri Zaman Miskin) programme.
· The 1AZAM programme centres on providing economic opportunities that enhance the productive capacity of low-income households so that they are lifted out of poverty and become self-sustaining. To date, 66,243 poor households are participating in the 1AZAM programme.
· 2011, also saw another new NKPI being introduced – that of ensuring 100% of the backlog cases pertaining to eKasih verification had been processed (eKasih is the sole designated database for low-income households). To date, 81,000 backlog cases pertaining to eKasih verification has been processed
· 1, 000 women entrepreneurs have been developed
· 2,465 abandoned houses restored and 2,500 Rumah Mesra Rakyatbuilt.
· Building blocks are in place to combat corruption
· Introduction of the Whistleblower Protection Act. Under the provisions of the Act, the whistleblower will have confidentiality of identity, immunity from civil and criminal action, as well as other detrimental action.
· Implementation of Corporate Integrity Pledge (CIP) which is a documented pledge by corporations to commit to upholding the Anti-Corruption Principles for Corporations in Malaysia. In 2011, 64 companies have committed to the pledge
· In addition to that, the Ministry of Finance has issued an Integrity Pact directive for all project tenders. Under the pact, bidders are to refrain from offering, demanding or accepting bribes to influence procurement decisions. The MRT Project is the first project to implement an enhanced Integrity Pact with the Auditor’s-General Chambers acting as the oversight body.
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