To implement women's empowerment programs in eight parliamentary constituencies in the state, the Negeri Sembilan government has appointed ten supervisors under the Wanita Gemilang Power House initiative.
Commenting on the development, Chairman, Nicole Lee Tan Koon informed that the out of the ten supervisors four of them assigned to the Seremban and Rasah parliamentary constituencies, while in the Kuala Pilah and Jelebu the supervisors are yet to be appointed.
Highlighting the fact of this initiative, she mentioned that the women's empowerment program would cover five different sectors such as education, health, human rights, environment, and socio-economics.
She said, "The supervisors will oversee the women's empowerment program according to their respective parliamentary constituencies, and our target groups are women who must be empowered (assisted)."
Elaborating Tan shared that the state government had allocated RM1.6 million for this initiative and the pilot project will first be implemented in three parliamentary constituencies, namely Kuala Pilah, Seremban and Tampin.