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Monday, 1 April 2013

#Transformasi : #Najib4PM Kadar Kemiskinan Menurun, Pendapatan Isi Rumah Meningkat #BetterNation



Hasil kaji selidik yang dijalankan, menunjukkan Malaysia telah berjaya mencapai sasaran dalam mengurangkan kadar kemiskinan sebelum tempoh 2015 seperti yang rancangkan. Lebih 60 peratus telah berjaya dikurangkan sejak awal kemerdekaan, kepada 1.7 peratus pada 2012.

Selari dengan itu kadar kemiskinan di kalangan Bumiputera, Cina & India nyata berkurangan, sementara pendapatan isi rumah telah berjaya ditingkatkan daripada RM4,025 pada tahun 2009 kepada 5,000 pada 2012. Malah jurang pendapatan dalam kalangan rakyat Malaysia juga bertambah baik dengan kadar pekali Gini menurun kepada 0.431 pada 2012.

Dari segi kategori etnik pula, pendapatan isi rumah bulanan bumiputera meningkat 6.9 peratus kepada RM4,457 sebulan manakala Cina dan India meningkat lapan peratus dan sembilan peratus, masing-masing kepada RM6,366 dan RM5,233.

Hasil kejayaan negara ini juga dapat dilihat daripada peningkatan lebih 1,200 peratus ini, bermula sejak Penyiasatan Pendapatan Isi Rumah pada tahun 1974. Angka Pendapatan Negara Kasar (PNK) perkapita turut menunjukan peningkatan daripada AS$257 pada 1957 kepada AS$9,970 pada tahun lalu. Ia merupakan peningkatan hampir 4,000 peratus dalam tempoh lima dekad.

Ini merupakan petanda kejayaan kerajaan Barisan Nasional dalam usaha menggalakkan pembinaan landasan ekonomi yang kukuh melalui pelebaran pembangunan di kawasan bandar bagi memenuhi kepesatan urbanisasi yang menempatkan lebih 71 peratus penduduk.
Dengan pencapaian ini, ia membuktikan bahawa sasaran Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh (RMK-10) untuk mengurangkan kadar kemiskinan secara keseluruhan kepada dua peratus pada 2015 telah pun tercapai tiga tahun lebih awal. Setinggi penghargaan dan tahniah diucapkan kepada kerajaan @BarisanNasional.

Semua angka ini membuktikan bahawa Barisan Nasional tidak perlu bersikap retorik kerana kerajaan pimpinan Datuk Seri Najib telah membuktikan bahawa mereka benar-benar serius untuk membangunkan sosioekonomi negara. KLIK SINI!!

Walaupun usaha kerajaan ini dilihat berjaya menepati sasaran yang ditetapkan, Perdana Menteri berkata usaha untuk meningkatkan taraf hidup mereka yang berpendapatan rendah bukan saja akan diteruskan, malah akan ditingkatkan lagi.

Kesimpulannya, kerajaan BN/Umno telah berjaya melaksanakan tanggungjawab dan amanah yang diberikan serta melakukan yang terbaik dalam mengurus tadbir dan memacu ekonomi negara. Malah pelan perancangan Transformasi Negara yang diatur secara bijaksana ini selari dengan pendekatan wasatiyyah yang diperkenalkan tidak lama dahulu telah terbukti dan memberikan impak kesan yang positif.

Barisan Nasional, Janji Di Tepati!!!




PUTRAJAYA: THE poverty levels  among Bumiputeras, Chinese and Indians  have gone down and their incomes have increased in the past three years.
This had led to the government achieving its 10th Malaysia Plan target of reducing overall poverty to two per cent, three years earlier than its projected 2015 deadline, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop when announcing the results of the Household Income Survey 2012, here yesterday.
He said the survey concluded that Bumiputeras saw a decline in poverty levels from 5.3 per cent in 2009 to 2.2 per cent last year.
Poverty among the Chinese reduced from 0.6 per cent in 2009 to 0.3 per cent last year, while poverty among Indians went down from 2.5 per cent to 1.8 per cent in the corresponding period.
"The average Bumiputera household income also grew by 6.9 per cent per annum to RM4,457 per month, whereas Chinese and Indian households increased by eight and nine per cent annually to RM6,355 and RM5,233, respectively."
The survey, he said, also showed that urban poverty had declined from 1.7 per cent in 2009 to one per cent last year, whereas poverty in rural areas also declined from 8.4 per cent to 3.4 per cent in the same period.
Overall poverty has been reduced from 3.8 per cent in 2009 to 1.7 per cent last year.
The poorest households category has also undergone a 52.7 per cent decrease from 228,400 to 108,000 within the same period.
Nor Mohamed also noted that Malaysian households now took home 7.2 per cent more income than three years ago.
The national average household income increased from RM4,045 in 2009 to RM5,000 last year, as announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak at the tabling of the National Transformation Programme Annual Report last week.
Nor Mohamed said the significant rise was due to the Federal Government's efforts in ensuring exponential and sustainable growth.
"This is a result of the rapid growth of the national economy and the effectiveness of the poverty eradication programme."
Urban households income, meanwhile, recorded a 6.6 per cent increase from RM4,705 monthly in 2009 to RM5,742 last year.
Households in rural areas had shown a similar increase with a 6.4 per cent rise from RM2,545 in 2009 to RM3,080 in 2012.
Nor Mohamed said the government viewed this as an achievement in encouraging the building of a robust economic roadmap for city areas that housed two-thirds (71 per cent) of the national population.
"The significant impact comes from widely increased economic opportunities, but is also an opportunity to generate new business and industrial development in various sectors of the economy.
"This proves the effectiveness of the implementation of the Federal Government initiatives launched through specific programmes under the 10th Malaysia Plan, Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), and the National Key Results Area (NKRA)."
The survey, conducted among 44,000 households, is conducted twice every five years. The data gathered is used for the purpose of monitoring, planning, and policy formulation and programme development, particularly in drafting the country's five-year plans.



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