Association of Registered Child Care Providers Malaysia/Persatuan Pengasuh Berdaftar Malaysia (PPBM)

Children

Contact personWong Poai Hong
Email addressppbm_org@streamyx.com
Websiteppbm.org.my/v2/
Phone number+603 7880 1367
Phone number+603 7880 1367
Fax number+603 7880 2941
Year of establishment1986
Registration number972/89 (WP)
AddressNO. 53A-G, BLOCK E, ZENITH CORPORATE PARK, JALAN SS 7/26, KELANA JAYA, 47301 PETALING JAYA SELANGOR.
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Who are we

The Association of Registered Child Care Providers Malaysia (ARCPM) or PERSATUAN PENGASUH BERDAFTAR MALAYSIA (PPBM) as it is better known, is the national NGO entrusted with ensuring quality alternative Child Care for Children in Malaysia, in particular children below the age of four.

In collaboration with our 14 State Associations, PPBM set up in 1986 is working towards ensuring that children receive high quality care by professional care providers and/or their parents.

PPBM is a non profit non governmental organisation (NGO) registered with the Registrar of Societies in September 1989 No. 972/89 (WP) and the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, Malaysia. The Patron of the association is DYTM Tuanku Lailatul Shareen Akashah, Raja Puan Muda of Perlis

Our vision

To Advocate and Facilitate Professionalism in Child Care Services in Malaysia for children.

Our mission
  • To advocate Quality Child Care for Child Care centers and certification of professional care providers.
  • To facilitate professionalism of Child Care personnel by working in smart partnerships with others to provide the infrastructure for the continuing professional development of care providers.
  • To facilitate the setting up of accessible and affordable Child Care by spearheading the setting up of community based Child Care centers in partnership with government, private sector and the community for the benefit of low income families and children in crisis.

To advocate to policy makers, private sector, public, communities and parents the need to invest in high quality early childhood care and development programmes that embrace best practices for the total well being and development of our children.

 


 
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