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BARISAN NASIONAL’S MANIFESTO
Increasing the current individual income tax exemption rate for parents’ medical expenses from RM5,000 to RM10,000.
Implementing food security policies to ensure sufficient access to safe and nutritious food. At the same time, this can reduce the nation’s reliance on food imports.
Upgrading the equipment and expertise at ATM hospitals.
Building more polyclinics in military camps for the convenience of 60,000 ATM personnel and their families.
Constructing the country’s first ATM Veteran Hospital in Ipoh, which will benefit 300,000 veterans.
Establishing the National Drugs Institute as a one-stop service centre for the rehabilitation of drug-addicts as well as a research centre for drug abuse.
Expand employment opportunities for persons with disabilities by creating a special one-stop portal where their services can be marketed online.
Increasing the representation of persons with disabilities in various sectors including becoming members of local councils and the Dewan Negara.
Increasing tax incentive to companies that employ persons with disabilities.
Providing more benefits and access to affordable education and care services to those with special needs in every district.
Providing a specific module on early intervention to families with autistic children in collaboration with PERMATA centres.
Opening memberships to special clubs and selected community programmes to retirees and senior citizens.
Intensifying the Environmental Quality Monitoring Programme (EQMP) through efforts to filter floating particle pollution, enhancing enforcement activities and planning of development projects to make the air fresher and cleaner for the people.
Introducing water laws through the application of National Integrated Centralised Management System to guarantee access to clean water for the people.
Enhancing flora and fauna preservation, forest protection, and biodiversity of marine life and wildlife by introducing new laws on conservation and sustainable forest management.
Ensuring a balance between socio-economic development, conservation and environmental protection so that profits from the national forest can benefit the community and be protected through the Access to Biological
Resources and Benefit Sharing Act 2017.
Realising Malaysia as a Green Economy country through reduction of carbon emissions and generating energy through renewable sources.
Encouraging the private sector to continue contributing towards the development of zoos, protection of wildlife and beautification of public parks through fund-raising and government funds.
Providing a more efficient garbage disposal and solid waste disposal service, especially in rural areas.
Building more pocket parks in cities throughout the country
Developing and improving healthcare services in rural areas by increasing the number of specialist physicians, hospitals and 1Malaysia Clinics (K1M).
Strengthening the capacity of the Family Health Development Division by expanding the Free Family Doctor Team concept to patients of chronic illnesses.
Adding healthcare services such as hemodialysis, treatment aid fund and pensioner healthcare services.
Upgrading and building new hospitals and health clinics with an increase in Mobile Medic Team members.
Streamlining health and dental services to elderly and bedridden patients through home visits
Simplifying the health services system through online processes including registration, appointments scheduling, case referrals and treatment.
Strengthening flood preparedness plans via implementation of 69 Flood Mitigation Masterplan (RTB) projects nationwide with a total cost of RM8.57 billion. This initiative will benefit 1.5 million people.
Introducing dual-function care centres for children and senior citizens.
Assisting transit centres and expanding food relief programmes for the homeless.
Continuing to provide monthly electric bill subsidies to more than 1 million consumers.
Transforming abandoned sites and dilapidated buildings into community recreational spaces.
Developing new programmes and initiatives that are more effective in addressing mental health issues.
Improving the efficiency of emergency and ambulance services
Increasing the expertise and technological capabilities of the Communicable Disease Control Unit.
Empowering the Communication for Behavioural Impact (COMBI) and National Empowering Healthy Community (KOSPEN) programmes throughout the country.
Resolve the water crisis in Selangor