Sustainability

KPS Entrepreneurship Development Programme

KPS Entrepreneurship Development Programmes were implemented to address the unemployment in encouraging participants to raise their confidence levels for either starting small-scale businesses or improving their competitive edge.

Highlights

Participants

Total participants 143

Total investment RM471,278

Home Care For Elderly

Home Care For Elderly (caregiver)

Total Contribution RM145,950

30 participants

Postnatal Service

Postnatal Service

Total Contribution RM75,000

30 participants

Livestock Training Programme

Livestock Training Programme

Total Contribution RM135,000

30 participants

Women Empowerment Programme with Malaysian Aids Foundation

Women Empowerment Programme with Malaysian Aids Foundation

Total Contribution RM105,710

30 women

Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation Export Training Programme

Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation Export Training Programme

Total Contribution RM9,618

23 participants

Impacts

In 2019, 68% or 61 participants registered incomes above RM1,000 per month which improved their socioeconomic in Livestocks, Postnatal and Caregiver programmes.

Home Care For Elderly (Caregiver)

  • 30 sponsored candidates.
  • participants earn > RM2,000 monthly.
  • 9 participants earn > RM1,500 monthly.
  • 6 participants earn > RM1,000 monthly.
  • 7 participants earn < RM1,000 monthly.

POSTNATAL SERVICE

  • 83% participants earn > RM1,000 monthly.
  • 16 participants earn > RM2,000 monthly.
  • 14 participants earn < RM2,000 monthly.
  • 2 participants earn participants enrolled for Sijil Kemahiran Malaysia and Vocational Training Operation certifications.

LIVESTOCK TRAINING PROGRAMME

  • 69% or 375 participants earn < RM2,000 monthly.
  • 31% or 167 participants earn > RM2,000 monthly.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME WITH MALAYSIAN AIDS FOUNDATION

  • Enable selected women affected to generate incomes of between RM500 and RM2,000 per month.

EXPORT TRAINING PROGRAMME Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation (“MATRADE”)

  • 23 participants satisfied with the topics discussed.
  • 98% satisfaction survey score.

Stakeholders

Communities

Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development

MATRADE

Malaysian AIDS Foundation

Training Providers

Media


Entrepreneurship Technical Skill Programmes

Entrepreneurship Programme

Entrepreneurship Technical Skill Programmes

Women Empowerment Programme with Malaysian AIDS Foundation

Entrepreneurship Programme

Women Empowerment Programme with Malaysian AIDS Foundation

Export Training Programme

Entrepreneurship Programme

Export Training Programme