Johor govt currently taking care of 1,151 Covid-19 orphaned children since last year, says rep

21/6/2022 10:42:00 AM

Johor govt currently taking care of 1,151 Covid-19 orphaned children since last year, says rep

Johor State Government, Covid-19

Johor govt currently taking care of 1,151 Covid-19 orphaned children since last year, says rep

ISKANDAR PUTERI, June 21 — The Johor government has assisted a total of 1,151 children, who were orphaned after their parents died from Covid-19 , through the Anak Johor Prihatin ...

By Ben TanTuesday, 21 Jun 2022 3:22 PM MYTISKANDAR PUTERI, June 21 — The Johor government has assisted a total of 1,151 children, who were orphaned after their parents died from Covid-19, through the Anak Johor Prihatin programme with an allocation of RM3 million since last April.

Johor Women, Family and Community Development Committee chairman Khairin Nisa Ismail said the Johor Baru district recorded the highest number with 432 orphans, followed by Kulai with 117 and Muar with 116.She said the Batu Pahat district came next with a total of 99 orphans, followed by Tangkak (92), Kota Tinggi (92), Pontian (78), Segamat (69), Kluang (41) and Mersing (15).

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By Ben Tan Tuesday, 21 Jun 2022 3:22 PM MYT ISKANDAR PUTERI, June 21 — The Johor government has assisted a total of 1,151 children, who were orphaned after their parents died from Covid-19, through the Anak Johor Prihatin programme with an allocation of RM3 million since last April. Johor Women, Family and Community Development Committee chairman Khairin Nisa Ismail said the Johor Baru district recorded the highest number with 432 orphans, followed by Kulai with 117 and Muar with 116. “Ia berbeza mengikut tahap kesihatan individu terbabit, sekiranya keadaannya tidak begitu teruk, mungkin tempoh kuarantin lebih pendek. She said the Batu Pahat district came next with a total of 99 orphans, followed by Tangkak (92), Kota Tinggi (92), Pontian (78), Segamat (69), Kluang (41) and Mersing (15). “Beberapa siri perjumpaan telah diadakan bersama-sama pemain industri dalam usaha mengenal pasti permasalahan dihadapi pelabur, seterusnya mengambil tindakan proaktif dan pragmatik,” katanya semasa menjawab soalan Aznan Tamin (BN-Tanjung Surat) tentang nilai pelaburan dan inisiatif kerajaan negeri menjadikan Johor sebagai destinasi pilihan utama pelabur pada sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri (DUN) di Kota Iskandar, di sini hari ini. “Among the assistance given were cash aid of RM100 a month to the affected orphaned children until they complete school. Daripada kira-kira 1,200 bakal jemaah haji di negeri ini, seramai 570 akan berlepas dari LTAS, manakala selebihnya memilih untuk ke KLIA. “There is also cash assistance of RM2,000 a year for the orphans who continued their studies at public institutions of higher learning (IPTA) in the country,” said Khairin Nisa while responding to a question on the future of the orphans during the state assembly session in Kota Iskandar here today. “Peningkatan jumlah kes ini memang sudah dijangka akan berlaku pada tahun ini berikutan kelonggaran prosedur operasi standard (SOP) selepas pembukaan semula pelbagai sektor ekonomi ketika ini,” katanya.

She said besides cash aids, education savings assistance and insurance coverage until the orphans reach the age of 21 are also provided.35 malam ini.106 bilion pelaburan domestik (DDI), manakala RM3. Khairin Nisa, who is also the Serom state assemblyman, explained that the Darul Ta’zim Family Development Foundation, which implements the Anak Johor Prihatin programme, is still receiving new applications. She assured the public that procedural reviews and checks were carried out to ensure that the recipients are children who were truly deserving of the assistance. “Disebabkan slot penerbangan yang terhad, kita akan membantu sebaik mungkin mana-mana individu yang didapati positif untuk menunaikan hajat mereka ke Tanah Suci. “Through the implementation of the Anak Johor Prihatin programme, the state government takes orphans affected by the Covid-19 pandemic seriously. – UTUSAN. “It is a long-term programme to assist the orphans affected by Covid-19 in taking care of their welfare and education until they reach the age of 21,” said Khairun Nisa. Beliau turut mengingatkan para jemaah untuk memastikan dokumen penting dibawa bersama, iaitu kad pengenalan, surat jadual penerbangan, sijil vaksinasi, keputusan ujian pengesanan RT-PCR dan buku rekod kesihatan ketika melapor diri. – UTUSAN.

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