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GRB_OBBMRRD
Stakeholder Consultation
25 – 27 February 2012
MINISTRY OF RURAL AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (MRRD)
Programme‐Activity Structure
(based on OBB)
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PROGRAMME
Code
PK1
PK2
PK3
PK4
PK5
PK6
PK7
Programme
Human Capital Development
Basic Infrastructure and Social Amenities Development
Development of Bumiputera and the bottom 40% Households
Economy Development
Land and Spatial Development
Management
Policy and Performance Management
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ACTIVITY
PK1:
Human Capital Development
M1:Community Empowerment and Infodesa
Division
M2:Institute for Rural Advancement (INFRA)
M3:Rural Development (KEMAS)
M4:Community Education(KEMAS)
M5:Human Development (KEMAS)
M6:Curriculum and Inspection(KEMAS)
M8:Training (KEMAS)
M9:Planning and Development (KEMAS)
M10:Public Relation (KEMAS)
M11:Information Management (KEMAS)
M12:Finance and Procurement (KEMAS)
M13:Administration and Human Resources (KEMAS)
M7:Dietary Management (KEMAS)
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ACTIVITY
PK2: Basic Infrastructure and Amenities Development
M1:Infrastructure Division
PK3:
Development of Bumiputera and the bottom 40% Households
M1: People’s Welfare Division
M2: The Council of Trust for the People (MARA)
M3: Management Services (JAKOA)
M4: Research and Planning (JAKOA)
M5: Socio‐economic Development (JAKOA)
M6: Mindset and Education Development (JAKOA)
M7: Activities at the States Level (JAKOA) 5
ACTIVITY
PK4: Economic Development
PK5:
Land and Regional Development
M1:Rural Economic Division
M1: Land and Spatial Division
M2: Central Terengganu Development Authority (KETENGAH)
M3: South Kelantan Development Authority (KESEDAR)
M4: Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority (RISDA)
M5: Kedah Regional Development Authority (KEDA)
M6: South East Johor Development Authority
(KEJORA)
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ACTIVITY
PK6: Management
M1:Information Management Division
M2:General Administration Division
M3:Human Resources Development Division
M4:Finance, Budget and Account Division
M5:Procurement Division
PK7:
Policy and Performance Management
M1: Strategic Planning Division
M2: Development and Project Monitoring Division
M3: Investment and Subsidiaries Division
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Program Level That Has Incorporated Gender Dimension:
PK1: Human Capital Development; and
PK3: Development of Bumiputera and the bottom 40% Households.
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Programme Profile
PK1
National Thrust To Raise The Capacity For Knowledge And Innovation And Nurture A “First Class Mentality”
10th MP KRA i. Improving the quality of students, including through improving the quality of teachers
ii. Mainstreaming of vocational and skills training;
iii. Increased competency of graduates.
10th MP Outcome
i. Students who have high capability of creativity and innovation, appropriate skills, positive attitude and ethical;
ii. Increase in high‐skilled individuals who meet the industry demand;
iii. Increase in graduate marketability in line with the needs of industry and new economic activities; 10th MP Programme
i. Student Quality Improvement Programme;
ii. Streamlining of Vocational and Skills Training Programme;
iii. Graduate Competency Enhancement Programme.
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Programme Profile (..cont)
PK1
Stakeholder (direct)
External
Internal
Minister of MRRD
Deputy Ministers MRRD
MRRD Top Management
RISDA Board of Directors
KETENGAH Board Members
KEJORA Board members
KEDA Board of Directors
KESEDAR Board of Directors
Cabinet Ministers
Parliamentary Members
Chief Ministers
Chief Secretary to the Government
Central Agencies
Other Related Ministries
Stakeholder (indirect)
Internal
MRRD Agencies
External
Non Governmental Organization(NGO)
Private Companies
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Stakeholder’s Needs Analysis
PK1
Statement
Scope
Causes
i. increase literacy rate of peoples in remote areas especially in Sabah and Sarawak;
ii. increase enrolment of poor children in pre‐school.
i. Low literacy rate of peoples in remote areas especially in Sabah and Sarawak
ii. Only 49% of poor children enrolled in pre‐school (2007)
i. Remote and isolated area; and
ii. Inaffordable family especially from poor/hardcore poor.
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Stakeholder’s Problems Analysis
PK1
Statement i. A weakening form of family institution and the younger generation getting involved with social problems;
ii.Low achievement in education among students in rural areas.
Scope
i. 30% of a weakened family institution and 50% of community involved with social problems especially the youth;
ii. 43% ‐ 84,667 children 6 years (2010)
Causes
i. Fragile family institution and community that is exposed to the foreign cultural and unlimited technologies; and
ii. Lack of teaching aid & procedure/manual for teachers / lack of skills.
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Programme Profile (..cont)
PK1 / PK3
Client (direct)
Internal
1. MRRD
Divisions/Agencies/Department
2. MARA Subsidiaries
3. RISDA Smallholders
4. KEMAS officers/staff
5. KEDA officers/staff
6. JAKOA officers/staff
7. Internal Department Council
8. MRRD Sports + welfare Club
External
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
MRRD MRRD Agencies
Board of Directors
Public Works Department
Urban and Rural Communities
KETENGAH Communities
Native Customary Rights (NCR) Land Owners.
8. Small Plantation/Estate Community
9. Homestay Entrepreneurs/Developers
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Programme Profile (..cont)
PK1 / PK3
Client (indirect)
Internal
1. KEDA Training Institute Trainee Alumni
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
External
MRRD Agencies/Companies Staff
Financial Institutions
Public/Private Higher Education Institutions
Consultants
Bumiputera Community
Locals
NGO
MARA Entrepreneurs
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Client’s Needs Analysis
PK1
Statement
i. Recognized Certificates/diploma holders with skill training qualification;
ii. To increase ICT usage amongst the rural community
Scope
i. Very low participation of the rural community in the skill training field;
ii. Low levels of ICT usage amongst the rural community
Causes
i. Limited training resources and opportunities;
ii. Digital (ICT) gaps amongst the rural communities.
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Client’s Problems Analysis
PK1
Statement
i. A weak social institution amongst the rural community;
ii. Lack of knowledge on family values/relations.
Scope
i. Dysfunctional rural social institution almost crippling the development and progress of the rural areas;
ii. 30% of the communities with skills in funeral management (preparation of the deceased) and animal slaughtering methods according to Islam. Causes
i. Lack of training to JKKK/P and NGO’s;
ii. No sense of responsibilities to increase self knowledge/training.
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Programme Performance
PK1 : Outcome/Output Statement
Outcome 1
An increase in the academic performance of children.
Output 1
1. Participation of children in co‐
curriculum activities;
2. Children who participate/enrol in kindergartens;
3. Poor/extreme poor children enrolment; and
4. An increase in the number of new kindergartens/nursery building.
KPI
1. Mastery in reading, writing, arithmetic and analysis ( 4M)
2. Community Development Officer develops mastering technical aids
3. Participation of children in co‐curriculum activities
4. Poor/extreme poor kindergartens children receiving per capita grant benefits (GPK)
5. Usage of teaching and learning facilities that has been upgraded
6. Upgrade of kindergartens/nursery building
7. Upgrade/maintenance of current building
8. Distribution of safe and healthy food supplements
1. Number of children participating in co‐curriculum activities;
2. Number of children enrolling in kindergartens;
3. Number of poor/extreme poor children enrolment; and
4. Increase of new kindergartens nursery buildings.
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Programme Performance
PK1 : Outcome/Output Statement
Outcome 2
Increase in skilled/semi skilled workforce.
Output 2
1. Graduates of skilled programmes;
2. Participants with careers/jobs;
3. Product marketing courses and training;
4. Students obtaining certificates/diploma; and
5. Rural participants who are guided / receives guidance
KPI
1.Participants who further their studies
2.The ability of participants to generate their own income from economic activities
3.Participants who work/become entrepreneurs
4.Students who succeed in obtaining the Malaysian skills Certificate and the Malaysian Skills Diploma
5.Participant who pass the 3Rs Efficiency test
1. Number of participants who further/continue their studies;
2. Number or students who obtain jobs after completing skills training ;
3.Number of participants who enrol for product marketing courses and training;
4.Number of trainees who complete training/studies; and
5.Number of participants receiving training throughout Malaysia.
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Activity Level That Has Incorporated Gender Dimension:
PK1 – M4: Community Education (KEMAS); and
PK3 – M6: Minds & Education Development (JAKOA)
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Activity Profile (..cont)
PK1 – M4 : Community Education (KEMAS)
Stakeholder (direct)
External
Internal
Cabinet Ministers
Central Agencies
State Government
MOE
UNESCO
Stakeholder (indirect)
Internal
External
Universities
Ministry of Youth and Sports
Ministry of Human Resources
Consultants
Private Companies
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Stakeholder’s / Client’s Needs Analysis
PK1 – M4 : Community Education (KEMAS)
Statement
i. Interpersonal skills to increase quality of life.
ii.Improve literacy levels for Sabah & Sarawak rural interior community
Scope
i. Low participation of the village community into recognized programmes skill training;
ii.Low literacy levels amongst the rural & interior community.
Causes
i. Limited training resources & opportunities ;
ii.Difficulty/complications with connectivity/connection (transport/communication)in the rural isolated areas. 21
Stakeholder’s / Client’s Problems Analysis
PK1 – M4 : Community Education (KEMAS)
Statement
i. Limited exposure to government provided skills training;
ii. Using different premises/location leading to difficulty in asset /equipment storage and menagement;
iii. Difficulty in dissemination of information & knowledge due to problems with connectivity Scope
i. An increase by 10% of skilled rural community to compete with relevant industries;
ii. Only cooking, sewing & self grooming classes have allocated areas / classes. The rest will use different premises/locations; and
iii. An increase by 70% of rural community with access to information & knowledge.
Causes
i. Limited training opportunities & resources;
ii. Limited funding and lack of building / premises which could be gazetted for permanent use;
iii. Rural & isolated areas.
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Activity Performance
PK1 – M4 : Outcome/Output Statement
KPI
Outcome 1.Students obtaining
Certificates/Diplomas;
2.Graduates who are employed
3.Visitors to the Resources Center;
4.Rural participants being trained;
5.Maintenance of Resources Center
Building
6.Maintenance of Resources Center
Equipment;
7.Participants who enrol for IT courses.
1.Number of trainees who have completed their studies;
2.Student who succeeded in obtaining jobs after completing their skills training in KEMAS;
3.Number of participants utilizing the Resources Center;
4.Number of participants trained through out Malaysia;
5.Number or premises under maintenance/repair; and
6. Number of premises maintaining equipment.
7.Number of participants registering for IT courses.
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Activity Performance
PK1 – M4 : Outcome/Output Statement
Output
1. Student succeeding in obtaining
Malaysian Skills
Certificate/Diploma;
2. Increasing Semi‐Skilled Workers;
3. Increase of Knowledge;
KPI
1.Students succeeding in obtaining Skills Certificate/Diploma;
2.Students who go on to become entrepreneurs;
3.Community involvement in Resources Center activities;
4. Increase Mastery of 3Rs;
5. Increase Mastering of IT;
6. Increase comfort of Training Centres.
4. Participants who pass the 3Rs efficiency test;
5.Participants who pass the IT skills test;
6.Participant usage of Resources Centers.
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THANK YOU
PREPARED BY:
STRATEGIC PLANNING DIVISION
MINISTRY OF RURAL AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT (MRRD)
FEBRUARI 2013

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