Malaysian families encouraged to take the '15 Minutes to Love' challenge


The '15 Minutes to Love' campaign encourages Malaysians to spend at least 15 minutes each day to intentionally connect with their family members. Photo: Pixabay

Focus on the Family Malaysia (FOFM), a non-profit organisation established in 1997 to help families thrive, and the National Population and Family Development Board of Malaysia (LPPKN) recently launched an eight-week nationwide campaign for Malaysian parents called 15 Minutes To Love.

In the programme, Malaysians are encouraged to spend at least 15 minutes each day to intentionally connect with their family members.

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