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Secretariat of the National Social Policy


Social Policy (DSN) is an umbrella policy for all social development policy and provide guidance for the implementation and management of social development. The policy approved by the Cabinet on February 19, 2003 and was launched by the Deputy Prime Minister on August 19, 2003. DSN is the social development policy values ​​and human capacity to achieve social cohesion and stability, national resilience and well-being of Malaysian society developed and established.

Implementation Team

Team for the implementation of the DSN is divided into three (3) levels:

Federal stage

  • • National Social Council (MSN)
    • • Chairman: YAB Deputy Prime Minister, Secretary: KSU KPWKM
  • • Committee of the National Social Development
    • • Chairman: Chief Secretary to the Government , Secretary: KSU KPWKM
  • • Working Committee for Social Development Ministry Level
    • • Chairman: KSU KPWKM

State Level

  • • State Action Council (MTN)
    • • Director of Social Welfare State help State Development Officer (PPN) to carry on MTN Secretariat duties
  • • State Action Committee Work (JKTN)
    • • Director of Social Welfare State help State Development Officer (PPN) to carry on JKTN Secretariat duties

District Level

  • • Action Working Committee District / Division
    • • Social Welfare Officer / District help the Assistant District Officer (DEO) Development run JKTD secretariat duties

The role of the Welfare State Director

  • • Assisting the State Development Officer (MTN and JKTN Secretariat) coordinate social issues state
  • • Examine initial reports jointly with other agencies, NGOs and the private sector and identify relevant social issues to be taken seriously at the state and distrcit as well as social development programs that can be implemented to address social ills.
  • • Submit on a quarterly basis progress reports to the Meeting of MTN and JKT
  • • Submit on a quarterly basis progress reports to the Division of Community Development, Social Welfare Department for the purpose of coordinating and monitoring.

The role of the State / District Social Welfare Officer

  • • Assist District Officer Assistant (Development) (JKTD / B secretariat) coordinate social issues state / district
  • • Provide preliminary report along other agencies, NGOs and the private sector related
  • • Making Preliminary Report and on a quarterly basis progress reports to the JKTD Meeting
  • • Making Preliminary Report and on a quarterly basis progress reports to the Director of the State Social Welfare
  • • Organize appropriate Department programs / activities

Reporting for DSN Implementation

There are two types of reports that must be provided in the implementation of DSN Preliminary Report and Progress Report for each quarter.

Preliminary Report

  • • Prepared by PKMN and PKMD to present for MTN and JKTD / B
  • • The report contains:
    • • Background on the status of social issues state / district based on the statistics of social problems
    • • Social development plans, including programs and social activities to overcome some of the social problems that are believed to be critical for every district in the state and the agencies responsible for implementing
    • • Goals to be achieved by establishing social indicators clear

Progress Report

  • • Prepared by PKMN and PKMD and presented in PKMD for MTN and JKTD / B to identify social development programs and programs addressing social problems that have been   implemented at the state and district       
  • • Purpose: to evaluate the effectiveness of the program based on social statistics     
  • • The report contains:     
    • • Physical progress of implementation of social development programs by the agencies involved as agreed in the Preliminary Report.
    • • Achievement of targets set by using social indicators set out in the Preliminary Report
    • • Appropriate data for comparison between the state and district         
    • • Effective programs have been implemented in achieving the set of goals and actions to be taken for improvement         
    • • Identify new goals to be achieved          
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