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Immigration Department Malaysia– www.imi.gov.my
Introduction of Immigration Department of Malaysia
The Immigration Department of Malaysia is under the Ministry of Home Affairs, which provides services to Malaysian Citizens, Permanent Residents and Foreign Visitors.
The functions of the department are as follows:-

1. Issuing of passports and travel documents to Malaysian Citizens and Permanent Residents.
2. Issuing of visas, passes and permits to Foreign Nationals entering Malaysia.
3. Administering and managing the movement of people at authorised entry and exit points.
4. Enforcing the Immigration Act 1959/63, Immigration Regulations 1963 and Passport Act 1966.

Contact Us

Headquarters of the Immigration Department Malaysia
(Ministry of Home Affairs)
Level 1-7 (Podium) No 15
Persiaran Perdana, Precint 2
62550 Putrajaya

Tel: 03-8000 8000 (1MOCC)

Malaysia Psychology Center– www.malaysiapsychology.com
Our team of professional family mediators offers confidential and impartial mediation services to corporate companies, organizations, families and individuals who are experiencing conflict to help them resolve the conflict constructively and quickly whereby an amicable agreement is reached effectively, ensuring compliance to the agreement is achieved and good relationship continues to be maintained. Mediation thereby enables the expensive, hostile and destructive pursuit of litigation by lawyers through the law courts to be avoided. Our team of mediators also provides training and research for those interested to engage in the practice of mediation.

At FamPsych™, family enrichment programmes and therapy by professional psychologist are given to help family become closer and more harmonious, whereby unconstructive patterns of emotion, attitude and behaviour are identified and changed to more constructive patterns. Areas of consultation include: stress, depression, anxiety, panic attack, sleep problem, fears and phobias, obsessive compulsive behavior, obesity, eating problem, undesirable habits, grief, shock and trauma, inability to cope, pain management, personality changes, interpersonal conflict, confidence, self esteem and adjustment problems.

Contact Information: 

Kuala Lumpur: 
11-1 Wisma Laxton, Jalan Desa, Taman Desa,
58100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel : 03-2727 7434
Fax : 03-2727 7520

Tel: 04-2913005

Johor Bahru:
Tel: 03-27277542

Kota Kinabalu:
Tel: 03-27277541

Tel: 03-27277599

Tel: 03-27277434

Malaysian Mental Health Association– www.mmha.org.my
Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) is a non-profit voluntary organisation managed by an elected committee of interested persons and professionals in the community. MMHA was formed in 1967 by a group of mental health professionals and community leaders from University Hospital MMHA was officially registered under the Societies Act 1966 on 30th July 1968.


  • to promote mental health in the community
  • to help raise the standard of treatment, prevention and research in the field of mental health.
  • To provide rehabilitative services for the mentally ill.
  • To safeguard the interests and welfare of psychiatric patients.
  • To support caregivers and family members of mentally ill persons.

History of MMHA
The Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) was founded in 1967 by some staff members from University Malaya Medical Centre (formerly known as University Hospital).
The people behind the association were a group of psychiatrists, psychologists, medical social workers, nurses and occupational therapists involved in the management of the people with mentally disorders.
They felt the need for a non-governmental organization to provide supportive services to psychiatric patients who had recovered or were recovering from their acute phase of the illness.
The present membership of MMHA includes people from all walks of life.

Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA)
No. 8 Jalan 4/33 off Jalan Othman,
46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Website: mmha.org.my
(+603) – 7782 5499
(+603) – 7783 5432


Malaysian Council for Child Welfare– www.caringmalaysia.net
The health and happines of a nation are refected in the real quality of life that ordinary people lead.

The struggle for this quality of life, for peace and justice, for health and harmony, for respect and tolerance and for growth and success are rooted in the struggles of community groups.

History tells us it is these groups led by committed individuals who understand the “power of one” and the “power of many” that are the cutting edge for social transformation for a better world.

These groups – call them civil society, community groups, “Societies” or “Associations” or even that negative term “Non – Governmental Organisations (as opposite to Non – Peoples Organisations, I guess) – are the vanguard for change.

Malaysia has a magnificant tradition of such groups – local, national and global. They cover every area from human rights to humanitarian aid, from consumerism to environment, from children welfare to gender issues and a host of other issues including emerging issues such as transparency and integrity and interfaith dialogue.

This website is both a celebration of this dynamism of these people and groups, and also a resource for knowing them and about their work, their struggles and their achievements.

Do let us have updates and information about these and new groups who are part of the “caring” and sometimes “daring” society that Malaysia is fortunate to have.

Contact details:
(Majlis Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Malaysia)
25 A, Jalan Kampung Pandan
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Wilayah Persekutuan
Tel: 03-9850309
Fax: 03-9832400
E-mail: mkkm@po.jaring.my
Website: www.mkkm.org.my/mkkm

Voice of the Children- www.voc.org.my

Our mission is to advocate for law and policy reform to ensure that the rights of every child in Malaysia are protected and no longer at risk of violation. We believe that the welfare and protection of every child in Malaysia can only be realized through the promotion of children’s rights and the continued implementation of the Convention of the Rights of the Child in Malaysia.

We work to raise public awareness on issues affecting children, including statelessness, child protection within the justice system and unregistered children via advocacy strategies such as, but not limited to, press releases, researched reports, children’s books, rights awareness events and collaborative partnerships.

We work to support the government to ensure the welfare and protection of all children in Malaysia by engaging in regular dialogues and promoting best practices in child protection.

Contact Info:

29C (3rd Floor), JALAN 52/1
46200 Petaling Jaya
Selangor, Malaysia
T: +603-7960-4776
F: +603-7960-4778

Fathers and Dads For Equal Custody Rights –www.fathersrights.org
Free fathers rights tactics and documents that have actually won fathers rights custody and child support cases for men in all states with free father right brief,updated warnings,and attorney referral services. How to win custody, visitation and child support court battles

Contact Us
The Fathers Rights Foundation
PO BOX 730, GOLCONDA, IL. 62938

Customer Service for orders only:
386 337 1661

The Baby Center – www.babycenter.com.my

At BabyCenter Malaysia, we’re dedicated to helping new, expecting and “actively trying” parents find the information, support and reassurance they need. We recognise that having a baby is a life-changing event. So we’re here to bring you high-quality, medically reviewed information, and a community of supportive, helpful parents who are going through the same things that you are.

We want to be your most trusted parenting resource – that’s why we offer practical advice from expert sources, such as obstetricians, paediatricians, doctors, midwives and lactation consultants, and fellow parents. We also want to be the place you come back to when you have questions and concerns or when you just want to let off steam.

BabyCenter’s overall mission is to help parents make the most of one of life’s greatest experiences by helping to calm their worries and save them time. We try to represent multiple points of view, knowing that no two pregnancies, no two births and no two children are alike. We believe that there are many different and reasonable ways to approach the same problem. And you can be assured that all our content is independent and free from the influence of sponsors or advertisers.

Our writers are health, pregnancy and parenting experts. Just as importantly, we are mums and dads living the subject first-hand, raising newborns, toddlers and older children. Besides this hands-on experience, we thoroughly research and fact check every article we publish on BabyCenter. We use a team of medical experts to ensure the quality and accuracy of the material we produce.

The BabyCenter site in Malaysia is growing quickly. Some of the information offered to you will be from our UK site. We will let you know when information is being brought to you from the UK. We plan to continually develop the Malaysian site and would love your feedback on what local content would be most useful to you. Please email us at feedback@babycenter.com.my.

Ibu Family Resource Group – www.ibufamily.org
Ibu is a non-profit organisation in Kuala Lumpur that serves as a resource centre for young families and new mums, to meet & share experiences on child care and parenthood. We are run by volunteer mums for mums. Ibu promotes services and support in the form of daily playgroups, parenting talks, support groups, free clinics and the Bonda magazine. We also disseminate information via Facebook Fan page (Ibu Family), the Facebook forum (Ibu Family Resource Group), the bi-weekly e-newsletters and the website www.ibufamily.org

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSBAG, PLEASE EMAIL ibu@ibufamily.org or call Joan 010-257 1715


2 Jalan Sri Hartamas 9, Taman Sri Hartamas, 50480 KL
Tel: 010 257 1715

ibu is open from 9.30am -12.30pm and 1.30pm – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday

Malaysian National Youth Association– www.orgs.tigweb.org
To truly empower young people to become agents of positive change in their local and global communities, we recognize that everyone has a role to play.

This means creating opportunities for youth to get involved and grow regardless of where they are in the world. With over 450,000 members, our community brings together like-minded youth to take part in programmes that span across the world. From Microsoft micro-mentorships to help young entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground, to nation-wide art competitions, to online petitions, we open doors for young people to get involved. We are avid supporters of bringing technology and world issues to the classroom, and support thousands of educators around the world through our TakingITGlobal for Educators (TIGed) programming. With over 10,000 educators engaged with TIGed from over 3,800 schools in over 140 countries, we connect hundreds of thousands of students worldwide.

Contact Information:
8.7.3, Menara Mutiara Bangsar
Jalan Liku, Off Jln Bangsar
Kuala Lumpur , Wilayah Persekutuan

60 03 2283 6520

60 03 2283 6407

Malaysian Motherhood and Parenting Forum– www.malaysianmotherhood.com
Join the conversation with Mothers from all over Malaysia in our forums where we can find the answers to everything related to our families, pregnancy, and parenting.  Join and find the answers you’ve been looking for!


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