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Join our latest Weekends with World Vision on Positive Parenting on 18 April 2021!

Weekends with World Vision: Positive Parenting e-Forum

Are you a parent trying to juggle work, chores, meals, homework and keeping the peace at home? If you are frazzled, frustrated and feeling guilty for taking it out on your spouse or children, you are not alone.

Living in the age of a pandemic has stretched us all and in every way, from businesses to marriages and family relationships. Now, more than ever, many of us are cooped up at home and trying to raise our children well, all while answering work emails, paying the bills and putting food on the table every day. Parenting has never been tougher.

If that’s you, call a timeout and spend some time with us (over Zoom); you won’t regret it. Our Positive Parenting e-Forum will be conducted in English and registration is free. And with Mother's Day around the corner, you'll learn practical tools and helpful parenting tips just in time for a wonderful celebration all round.

Date: Sunday, 18 April 2021
Time: 3-5pm

*This event will be conducted on Zoom. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email from us. Kindly register your participation by 16 April 2021 (Friday).

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Our Speakers



Deborah Henry | World Vision Malaysia Child Protection Advocate
(Moderator) A humanitarian at heart, Deborah believes that children are the future. Together with World Vision Malaysia, she has visited our community programmes in Lebanon and Brazil. In addition to running a school for refugee children in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Deborah hopes to inspire others to build a better, safer world for the next generation.



Racheal Kwacz | Child and Family Development Specialist
(Panelist) With more than 20 years of experience in the field, Racheal equips and empowers parents with tools for respectful parenting to build confident, compassionate and resilient changemakers. A sought-after speaker and writer, Racheal is also passionate about leadership, women and community.



Jasmin Lim | World Vision Malaysia Child Protection Officer
(Panelist) Jasmin enjoys research, especially when it involves the community and results in change on the ground. She holds a Master of Science in Developmental Psychology and has worked with international NGOs for a decade. Passionate about ending violence against children, Jasmin will share how World Vision is working towards building stronger family units through positive parenting.