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  • YB Senator Dato Sri Idris Jala Minister in the Prime Ministers Department

    And CEO of Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU)

    Government

    Transformation

    Programme 2.0

    Kuching Open Day

  • Launched as a 3 year Progamme

    in 2010

  • 3

    Multiple surveys were used to evaluate priority areas for the rakyat

    Sources

    Crime

    Education

    Corruption

    Unity

    Economy

    Transport

    Political

    Stability

    Energy

    Public

    Perception

    Survey

    (Sept 08)

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

    Media

    Analysis

    (May 09)

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

    Merdeka

    Polls

    (June 09)

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

    Cabinet

    Polls

    (July 09)

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

    P

  • We introduced 6 NKRAs

    under the GTP based on

    what the rakyat wants

    Fighting

    Corruption

    Reducing

    PovertyReducing

    Crime

    Enhancing

    Education

    Improving

    Rural Basic

    Infrastructure

    Urban

    Public

    Transport

    1 2 3

    4 5 6

    +

  • 240 members

    joined

    NKRA Labs (Oct Nov 2009)

  • We ran Open Days to engage the public

    Sunway: 5,000 ppl Kuching: 1,500 ppl

    K. Kinabalu: 2,500 ppl

  • 7

    Rakyat are

    supportive of GTP

    GTP Open Day feedback.

    They are happy with

    the initiatives under

    the NKRAs

    84% Agreed

    75% Agreed

    But can we deliver big

    results fast ? 31% Agreed

    Note: Does not include responses with no answers .* Across different NKRAs

    And are confident we

    will deliver

    71% Agreed

    1

    2

    3

    4

    Sunway (Selangor)

    Attendance : 5,000

    Feedback : 1,000

    Kuching

    Attendance : 1,500

    Feedback : 300

    Kota Kinabalu

    Attendance : 2,500

    Feedback : 400

    GTP Open Day Feedback / Poll Survey

  • Education

    Education

    NKRA covers Pre-school

    Primary School

    Secondary School

  • 77,225 children are benefiting from

    new / additional

    3,089 pre-school

    classes

    Education

    Note: Average of 25 students per class

  • Education

    Band 7 Band 6 Band 5 Band 4 Band 3 Band 2 Band 1

    School Improvement Toolkit:

    44% decrease in Bands 6 & 7 and

    27% increase in Bands 1 & 2

    2009 2011 School Ranking Trend: Primary and Secondary

    Note: 2011 results are being compiled and analysed

    168

    1,602

    3,615

    2,170

    916

    582

    54231

    1,926

    3,699

    2,060

    1,543

    352

    28

    372

    2,407

    3,530

    2,020

    1,404

    19719

    2011

    2010

    2009

  • 1,780.1 km of rural roads

    have been completed

    108,679 rural houses

    with clean / water supply

    31,327 houses for rural poor

    build & restored

    54,222 rural houses with

    electricity supply

    2.2 million people

    538,030 people

    156,825 people

    270,780 people

    3.2 million Malaysians in rural areas benefited in between 2010 to 2011 itself

    Touching the lives of more than

    3.2 million people living in the rural area

    > 30% of the rural population

    in just 2 years

    R.B.I

  • L.I.H

    1,100 Women entrepreneurs trained

    2,478 Poor households now own homes

    (only 50% of target achieved)

    58,717 Poor households involved in

    1Azam programmes

    Low Income Households

  • Cost of Living

    Immediate relief measures

    Affordable Quality Housing (AQH)

    Others

    Reduce Food Cost

    Affordable Quality Homes (PR1MA)

    1Malaysia Rakyats Store (KR1M)

    Menu Rakyat 1Malaysia

    1Malaysia Clinic TR1MA Kedai Kain 1Malaysia

    13

    RM500 cash assistance(BR1M)

    RM200 book voucher

    Cost of Living NKRA

  • Crime NKRA:

    Continued significant reduction in

    Index Crime

    2008

    211,645

    2007

    209,582

    2006

    196,780

    20091

    209,825

    Crime

    2010 2011

    177,520

    157,891

    15%

    11%

  • SOURCE: PDRM

    35,159 42,015 32,887 12,294

    174,423

    167, 802 144,633

    50,927

    Property theft

    2010

    177,520

    2009

    209,817

    2011

    157,891

    Index Crime 2009-2012

    Violent crimes

    Though on the decline, there are 419 crime incidents reported every day (up until May 2012)

    433 486 575 Index crimes

    per day 63,221*

    419*

    2012 (*until May12)

  • The incidence of recorded criminal incidents in Malaysia is lower than in most countries

    SOURCE: Nationmaster: http://www.nationmaster.com; DOS Singapore; UK Home Office

    Reported Index Crime Nationwide, 2009-2011 Reported Crimes per 100,000 population across selected countries

    550.1

    4,143.7

    6,498.5

    3,811.7

    606

    1,139.9

    Malaysia

    South Africa

    U.K

    U.S.A

    Singapore

    Hong Kong

  • Urban Public Transport

    Crime

    Rural Basic Infrastructure

    Education

    Low Income Household

    Corruption

    NKPIs 2010

    107%

    Overall Composite Scoring 121%

    79%

    121%

    156%

    91%

    168%

    108%

    130%

    123%

    188%

    103%

    134%

    131%

    2011

    Results have been encouraging

    18%

    159%

    34%

    108%

    33%

    77%

    71%*

    2012 (up to July)

    *As of 20 July, including Cost of Living NKRA

  • We still have to do

    more!

  • Lets have a quick look at the Malaysian economy..

  • SRIs SRIs

    &

    To become a

    High-Income Nation, We Need:

    We need Drivers to ensure focus on

    high-impact areas

    FOCUS

    NKEAs + NKRAs

    We Need Enablers To Ensure

    Competitiveness

    COMPETITIVENESS

    Strategic Reform Initiatives National Key Economic Areas National Key Result Areas

  • SRIs Provide The Enablers For Malaysia To Be Competitive

    37 Grouped In SIX

    Clusters For Execution

    14 With Natural Homes Within The NKEAs /

    NKRAs 51

    Policy Measures

    Competition, Standards and Liberalisation

    Public Service Delivery

    Human Capital Development

    Public Finance

    Governments Role in

    Business

    Narrowing Disparities

    1 2

    3 4

    5 6

  • Large economies around the world looks gloomy..

    Eurozone Crisis Greece,

    Portugal, Ireland, Spain

    Shrinking

    consumption Decline in

    manufacturing Weak job numbers

    Growth

    slowing down to single digits

    Housing bubble

    Source: News reports

  • However, Malaysia is having its days in the sun

    Malaysia Singapore South Korea Taiwan Hong Kong

    GDP growth rate Q1 2012 (%)

    year-on-year

    4.7

    1.4

    2.8

    0.4

    0.4

    Source: News reports, BNM

  • 2 of 3 of the largest 2012 IPOs in the world were listed in Malaysia

    Facebook Felda Global Ventures IHH Healthcare

    IPO (USD Billion)

    16 3.3 2.0

    Source: News reports, ECM Analytics

    1

    2

    3

  • Consumer confidence is at a 6-year high, no.5 among 56 countries surveyed

    Indonesia India Philippines Saudi Arabia

    Malaysia

    Consumer Confidence Index, Q2 2012

    120 119 116 115

    111 +4 points From Q1 2012

    Source: Nielsen Global Consumer Confidence Survey

  • 2010 (n=183)

    2011 (n=183)

    2012 (n=183)

    #18

    #23 #23

    World Bank Ease of Doing Business

    Report 2012

    World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness

    Report 2011

    2009 (n=133)

    2010 (n=139)

    2011 (n=142)

    #21 #24

    #26

  • Source: Department of Statistics, Ministry of Finance

    100%

    Target = RM797 billion

    Target = RM86 billion

    Target = 330,000

    Jobs Committed

    GNI (nominal figure)

    Private Investment

    Jobs Committed

    RM830 bil (104%)

    RM94 bil (109%)

    313,741 Jobs

    (95%)

    2011 Results Benchmarked Against Targets

    Source: ETP Update 1-8

    2011 GDP Growth: 5.1% 2011 GNI per capita: $9,500 Note: 2009 GNI per capita: $6,700 Figures are before rebasing by BNM/MoF

  • First year ETP results are

    equivalent to a vertical takeoff

    Comms Content &

    Infra

    11 Economic Sectors

    +

    Greater

    Kuala Lumpur

    Wholesale & Retail

    Oil, Gas & Energy

    Palm Oil Healthcare

    Financial Services

    Greater KL/Klang

    Valley

    Agriculture

    Tourism

    Education Electrical & Electronics

    Business Services

    141%

    108%

    118%

    120%

    151% 101% 109% 138%

    119% 170% 98% 103%

    123%

  • Public Perception

    on GTP

    7.2 Insitut

    Integriti Malaysia

    (sample size: 13,602)

    7.4 Frost & Sullivan

    (sample size: 2,040)

  • GTP, ETP Results Endorsed By An International P