A Note of Thanks

Dear Readers,

Welcome to MfMC official blog.

We aim to proactively and continuously promote and educate the issue of children's safety to the public. Children are the future of our nation and they are "vulnerable'. They rely on adults to protect them from any form of harm including without limitation to kidnapping.

Hence, it is our hope that this little effort will be able to instill the continuous sense of safety for children among the public.

Let's do this together. Help us to help others in creating the awareness. Spread the message to others. Prevention is better than cure.

Together we make a difference.

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Monday, 4 February 2013

Lost and Found

They were reported missing from their home and we reported it here.

Today, The Star reported that the girls have been found. It was a case of run away from home and not kidnapping as suspected by the father. Surprisingly or not surprisingly, the girls refused to go back to their house. Hence, according to the newspaper, they would be staying at the hospital or a shelter.

During their missing days, they were staying with a Nepali, said to be one of the girl's boyfriend. According to the father, while the girls used to have disciplinary issues in the past, they did not abuse them.

Over the years, it has become more challenging in bringing up children the way they are supposed to be. The surrounding factors, their friends, easy access to internet, etc influence their behaviour and attitutde. Hence, as parents, we need to be ahead of them and closely monitor their activities. More important that we must know who their circle of friends are. 

Sunday, 3 February 2013

Missing Children

Name: Chen Poh Choo
Age: 15
Name: Poh Fong
Age: 13
Last Seen: 1st February 2013
Location: Pandamaran Klang
Status: Missing (suspected to kidnapped victims). Went missing on the way to school
Those with information, please contact 03-3167 9897 (Klang MCA Office) or 017-365 9897 (David Foo).

News taken from here