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11 Oktober, 2010

[ hang nadim] Didik anak jadi pemimpin - PM





Oleh HELMI MOHD. FOAD
pengarang@utusan.com.my

PUTRAJAYA 11 Okt. - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak menyifatkan Wanita-Wanita Pertama merupakan kumpulan terbaik dalam melaksanakan tugas memupuk golongan kanak-kanak sebagai pemimpin pada masa depan.

Perdana Menteri berkata, apabila kumpulan wanita pertama yang dianggap sebagai ikon, bersuara mengenai kanak-kanak kurang bernasib baik, ia mampu menarik perhatian umum sekali gus mendorong pelbagai pihak menggembleng tindakan bagi menyelesaikan masalah dan menghulurkan bantuan.

Justeru beliau menyokong idea penganjuran Sidang Kemuncak Wanita-Wanita Pertama yang julung kali diadakan di negara ini kerana percaya ia menjadi landasan membentuk kerjasama dan persepakatan.

"Apabila isteri saya mengajukan cadangan sekitar tahun lalu mengenai keperluan menganjurkan persidangan isteri-isteri pemimpin negara bagi membincangkan isu-isu yang membolehkan mereka menyumbangkan perubahan positif, saya mendapati idea itu sangat menarik.

"Dengan setiap cabaran, datang pengetahuan dan pengalaman dan jika semua inisiatif dikumpulkan dan dibincangkan secara konstruktif, tanpa diragukan, kekayaan pengetahuan itu akan mengarahkan kepada program yang lebih besar.

"Ini kemudian boleh dicontohi dan diselaraskan dengan pelbagai negara dan rantau lantas memberi hasil lebih baik untuk manfaat berjuta-juta manusia di seluruh dunia," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian ketika berucap merasmikan Sidang Kemuncak Wanita-Wanita Pertama di kediaman rasminya, Seri Perdana, malam ini.

Hadir sama isteri beliau, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor selaku penaung sidang kemuncak itu.

Turut hadir, Timbalan Perdana Menteri, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin dan isteri, Puan Sri Noorainee Abdul Rahman dan isteri bekas Perdana Menteri, Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah Mohd. Ali serta Menteri Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat, Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.

Seramai 14 Wanita Pertama dan para perwakilan dari 28 negara hadir pada sidang yang diadakan selama tiga hari bertempat di Hotel Palace of Golden Horses, Serdang bermula hari ini.

Perdana Menteri berkata, beliau percaya tidak ada perjuangan lebih besar selain menjuarai isu kanak-kanak kerana golongan itu dilahirkan suci bersih dan tidak berdosa tetapi kehidupan yang mengajar mereka selain pengalaman yang ditempuhi sehingga dewasa

Lima cadangan ambil alih GLC

Oleh HASHNAN ABDULLAH
dan THOMAS CHONG
pengarang@utusan.com.my

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Najib Tun Razak bergambar dengan para delegasi pada Mesyuarat Sesi Pertama Jawatankuasa Serantau Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia bagi Wilayah Pasifik Barat Ke-61 di Pusat Konvensyen Antarabangsa Putrajaya, semalam.

PUTRAJAYA 11 Okt. – Kerajaan menerima lima cadangan daripada sektor swasta untuk mengambil alih syarikat milik kerajaan (GLC), kata Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Perdana Menteri yang juga Menteri Kewangan berkata, beliau bagaimanapun akan mengumumkan perkara itu dalam ucapan Bajet 2011 di Parlimen Jumaat ini.

‘‘Kerajaan sedang kaji cadangan tersebut dan akan memilih yang terbaik sahaja. Ada yang melibatkan syarikat dan ada juga beberapa cadangan inovatif,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada sidang akhbar selepas berucap merasmikan Mesyuarat Sesi Pertama Jawatankuasa Serantau Pertubuhan Kesihatan Sedunia (WHO) bagi Wilayah Pasifik Barat Ke-61 di sini hari ini.

Najib diminta untuk mengesahkan sama ada kerajaan telah menerima cadangan daripada MMC Corporation Bhd. untuk membeli UEM Group Bhd.

Sebelum ini dilaporkan MMC membuat tawaran sebanyak RM15.6 bilion untuk membeli UEM dan pada minggu lalu MMC mengesahkan bahawa mereka telah menghantar cadangan kepada kerajaan untuk membeli UEM.

Pada tahun lalu, Asas Serba juga mengemukakan cadangan untuk memiliki PLUS dan 21 konsesi lebuh raya pada harga RM50 bilion.

Entiti UEM Group yang disenaraikan termasuk PLUS Expressways Bhd., Faber Group Bhd., UEM Land Holdings Bhd. dan Time Engineering Bhd.

Najib's recipe on grooming tomorrow's leaders

PUTRAJAYA: Special attention should be given to informal education to build a generation of children who will become moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said it was the experiences children gathered while growing up that moulded them into the adults they would become.

In his speech at the opening of the First Ladies Summit at his official residence here last night, Najib said he was certain the gathering would discuss broad topics of childhood education and care so that each child would be given a chance in getting the right education, nutrition, affection and protection.

He said a lot of focus had been placed on formal education, pedagogy, syllabus and physical well-being, but despite that, a child's view of the world could still be affected by the things outside of books or in a classroom.

Najib said a child would often model his behaviour on people and things.

Most people, he said were unaware of the enormous impact of how a child viewed the people and world around him.

"This is the 'programming' that takes place, sometimes without us even being aware.

"We must look into these elements with some depth if we are to examine the best ways of creating moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow, free from prejudice and bigotry."

Najib said each nation aspired to produce leaders who were able in all disciplines, had determination and self-confidence.

He said human capital development was, therefore, critical in shaping young minds to produce people with leadership potential and skills.

To achieve this, the government, he said, had, among others, focused attention on the education system from preschool right up to university, including promoting lifelong learning.

Malaysia, he added, had begun a transformative approach to foster a new generation of potential leaders with the Permata Negara programme, which now boasts some 500 centres around the country.

Permata provides a fresh approach to early education and care to rural and urban areas.

Present at the opening were his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and wife, Puan Sri Noorainee Abdul Rahman, and ministers.

Also present was Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali.

Read more: Najib's recipe on grooming tomorrow's leaders http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/4jii/Article#ixzz125y4W0Oc
PUTRAJAYA: Special attention should be given to informal education to build a generation of children who will become moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said it was the experiences children gathered while growing up that moulded them into the adults they would become.

In his speech at the opening of the First Ladies Summit at his official residence here last night, Najib said he was certain the gathering would discuss broad topics of childhood education and care so that each child would be given a chance in getting the right education, nutrition, affection and protection.


He said a lot of focus had been placed on formal education, pedagogy, syllabus and physical well-being, but despite that, a child's view of the world could still be affected by the things outside of books or in a classroom.


Najib said a child would often model his behaviour on people and things.

Most people, he said were unaware of the enormous impact of how a child viewed the people and world around him.


"This is the 'programming' that takes place, sometimes without us even being aware.

"We must look into these elements with some depth if we are to examine the best ways of creating moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow, free from prejudice and bigotry."

Najib said each nation aspired to produce leaders who were able in all disciplines, had determination and self-confidence.


He said human capital development was, therefore, critical in shaping young minds to produce people with leadership potential and skills.

To achieve this, the government, he said, had, among others, focused attention on the education system from preschool right up to university, including promoting lifelong learning.

Malaysia, he added, had begun a transformative approach to foster a new generation of potential leaders with the Permata Negara programme, which now boasts some 500 centres around the country.

Permata provides a fresh approach to early education and care to rural and urban areas.

Present at the opening were his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and wife, Puan Sri Noorainee Abdul Rahman, and ministers.

Also present was Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali.

Read more: Najib's recipe on grooming tomorrow's leaders http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/4jii/Article#ixzz125y4W0Oc
PUTRAJAYA: Special attention should be given to informal education to build a generation of children who will become moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said it was the experiences children gathered while growing up that moulded them into the adults they would become.

In his speech at the opening of the First Ladies Summit at his official residence here last night, Najib said he was certain the gathering would discuss broad topics of childhood education and care so that each child would be given a chance in getting the right education, nutrition, affection and protection.


He said a lot of focus had been placed on formal education, pedagogy, syllabus and physical well-being, but despite that, a child's view of the world could still be affected by the things outside of books or in a classroom.


Najib said a child would often model his behaviour on people and things.

Most people, he said were unaware of the enormous impact of how a child viewed the people and world around him.


"This is the 'programming' that takes place, sometimes without us even being aware.

"We must look into these elements with some depth if we are to examine the best ways of creating moderate and sensible leaders of tomorrow, free from prejudice and bigotry."

Najib said each nation aspired to produce leaders who were able in all disciplines, had determination and self-confidence.


He said human capital development was, therefore, critical in shaping young minds to produce people with leadership potential and skills.

To achieve this, the government, he said, had, among others, focused attention on the education system from preschool right up to university, including promoting lifelong learning.

Malaysia, he added, had begun a transformative approach to foster a new generation of potential leaders with the Permata Negara programme, which now boasts some 500 centres around the country.

Permata provides a fresh approach to early education and care to rural and urban areas.

Present at the opening were his wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and wife, Puan Sri Noorainee Abdul Rahman, and ministers.

Also present was Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali.

Read more: Najib's recipe on grooming tomorrow's leaders http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/4jii/Article#ixzz125y4W0Oc

10 babies born at centre

SUBANG JAYA: Ten bundles of joy were delivered at the Sime Darby Medical Centre Subang Jaya on the auspicious date of 10.10.10 yesterday.
Parents of the babies received gifts, Dunlopillo pillows and towels woven with words "I am a 10.10.10 baby" from the medical centre's chief operating officer Wu Chin Huei.

The mother of the first baby to be delivered, Su Zee Vei, 35, said she did not plan for the birth of her baby boy on the special date.

"He was delivered normally at 12.55am. My husband and I are happy that he is perfect and had been born on this special date," she said.

Read more: 10 babies born at centre http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/26byb/Article#ixzz125zEblHp

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