The Vision and Missions of Per.Keb.Wawasan are to:


To protect and provide the children with shelter they can call home that's filled with love, care, compassion, kindness, understanding, nurturing environment for Orphaned or destitute children to live and grow.
This home also provide the children counseling and prayers to develop mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually to overcome their bruised and abused emotions.
Provide and ensure all children in the centre receive basic, primary and secondary education as espoused by the Malaysian Education Ministry.
Nurture and help develop skills and talents in the children, both artistically and or intellectually. Motivate them study well and to be somebody one day and to be a success in life.
We also teach the children to have proper values and standard for life, to be good parents one day and to be good, self-reliant, pro-active and responsible citizens in community.

Goals of Per.Keb.Wawasan

a. To guide and encourage children in the centre to achieve academic excellence with the following goals:

1. UPSR -a pass with the minimum of 3 A's.
2. PMR -a pass with the minimum of 5 A's
3. SPM -a pass with the minimum of Grade 2

b. To guide and encourage children in the centre to actively seek tertiary education with the following goals:

1. STPM -a pass with the minimum CGPA of 2.5.
2. Diploma upwards -in any discipline applicable as a potential resource for employment or self-employment

c. To prepare children in the centre to be self-reliant, dependable, pro-active and responsible citizens in the community.

d. To prepares children in the centre to inherit the love of God with the hope that some of these children will take on the calling of God and continue social works in the community.

e. To built financial, human and emotional resources to sustain a centre that can accommodate a minimum of 50 children in the short-term, and in excess of 100 children in the long -term.

f. To establish a social care network from within and out Per.Keb.Wawasan of Port Dickson that can generate love and support to centre so that can be financially independent.

The programmed in Per.Keb.Wawasan extend beyond basic necessities of the children. Character development and social skills are nurtured through healthy supervised activities such as home gardening, housekeeping chores, music classes, carpentry classes, and culinary and cooking skills. These are vital to the wholesome development of children over and above the basic education received from government schools. The children who are of school going age attend normal school during school days. They are guided and encouraged to excel in their education and most important to help them overcome their low self-esteem.They are study in kindergarden,primary and secondary.

The routine in the centre starts at 5.30am for preparation of school and devotion, lunch at 1.30pm-2.30pm, supervised homework and revision from 3pm to 5pm, Duty time or play or sports or gardening from 5pm till 6.00pm.Dinner is usually served at around 6.30pm.Thereafter the children are allowed to watch television or listening to music before bedtime at 9.30pm and some children, they have tuition 8.00pm-10.00pm 3 days per week.

Spiritual growth also given emphasis where morning devotion are conducted prior to breakfast, family prayer including reciting of memory verses and bible story time are activities conducted regularly before bedtime. The children attend Sunday service at an own church conducted by Rev. Paul and Katherine. They are encouraged to actively participating in church activities.

'Dear children, don't just talk about love. Put your love into action. Then it will truly be love.'

Financial support and funding for the centre comes mainly from public donation. The Per.Keb.Wawasan is registered with the Registrar of Societies Act (Reg. No. is 1610-09-NSE) and also registered with Welfare Department (N/PJB KK 06/2011)

The centre monthly expresses includes food, provision and amenities, schooling expenses that includes stationeries, uniforms and workbooks, maintenance of building and equipment in the centre, periodic medical attention expenses, and transportation cost altogether with a monthly total in excess of RM 16,000.00

Since this home is located in outer urban vicinity, contributions from the public are much less. Thus making it much difficult to make ends meet. Although there are many needy children currently on the waiting list, the centre could not receive them due to the limitation of funding and limited place. (The 45 children are occupying in one house)

'...We must work hard and help the weak.
We must remember the words of
God who said it is more blessed to give than to receive.....

It is both Rev. Paul Jegan and Paul Katherine's desire to give the underprivileged or orphaned children a place to call home, a place where they can be nurtured, a place where they can be 'a child', a place where their potentials are developed, a place that gives them an equal opportunity to live and grow as you and I. Your support in cash and in kind will provide the impetus to improve our own society in the long run and aid in the extension of God's kingdom here on earth.