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Special committee set up to study Child Care Centre Act

BANGI (Bernama): A special committee has been set up to look into possible improvements to the Child Care Centre Act 1984 (Act 308) relating to home-based babysitters, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.


‘Improved Child Care Leave a big step for women’

MOTHER-of-four Dr Putri Afzan Maria Zulkifli hails the move to improve Child Care Leave for mothers in the civil service as a step towards helping women create better bonds with their children.


LYC to open third mother and child care centre in Bukit Jalil

KUALA LUMPUR: LYC Healthcare Bhd is setting up the group's third mother and child care centre in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur.


Barisan considering child care for manifesto

Barisan Nasional is considering including Universal Child Care as part of its general election manifesto, said Johor Baru MP Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad.


More American dads pitching in with child care

Among findings: 81% of fathers played with their children.


More officers to enforce Child Care Centre Act

MORE enforcement officers will be appointed to ensure strict adherence to the Child Care Centre (Amendment) 2006 Act.


Child care centre worker charged

SHAH ALAM: A child care centre employee was charged in a Sessions Court here with abusing and injuring a three-year-old boy.


Basic rules that daycare centres have to follow under the Child Care Centre Act 1984

The Act (including the regulations issued under it) and the policies of the Department of Social Welfare have specific requirements outlining the minimum standard of care at childcare centres.


Child care is no child’s play

It's a familiar dilemma: Finding someone to mind the baby when the parents are at work. The solution for thousands of affected families: the so-called 'babysitter'. The result? A burgeoning industry comprising mostly unlicensed and untrained child-minders and day care centres. It's a situation that Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil finds highly unsatisfactory and she tells DAPHNE LEE how she plans to tackle the problem.


Ensure better child care

A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Vice-chairman, Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation.