LP3A UMM Socialized Four Pillars of Family Resilience
Author : Humas | Thursday, March 29, 2018 10:10 WIB
This was conveyed by Head of Institute for Study and Empowerment of Women and Children (LP3A University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM), Thathit Manon Andini on the study of Organizational Optimization in order to Increase Women's Insight for Family Resilience in Meeting Room of Faculty of Teacher Training and Education UMM Wednesday (28 / 3).
"As a teacher for our children must be a lot of insight," said lecturer of English Education UMM.
On the ceremony held to commemorate the International Women's Club Day which falls on March 27, Thathit also said that in building family resilience, there are four pillars that need to be upheld. Ie spiritual, prosperity, security and comfort, and justice. In addition, a mother is also important to ensure that children are comfortable when communicating with parents and family members.
"If the child is not comfortable at home then he will look for comfort outside, and outside might influence him extraordinary," she added.
At the next presentation, the previous Head of LP3A 2012-2015 Period Nurul Asfiah explained about strengthening women's capacity in collaboration and partnership towards family resilience. According to her, the smallest system of a country is family.
"As the smallest unit in the community, the family has an important role in national development," Nurul said.
She also said that the resilience of a country is in harmony with the lives of its young children, because who will continue a country is the young generation itself.
"The future of a nation is seen from the lives of children today," said the alumnus of UMM Management Master Program. (ard)