Partner(s)

Various Partners

 
S/N Partners Description
1 Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) Programme to educate seniors on how to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic

Seniors are not only at risk of severe COVID-19 infections, but also social isolation and mental stress during the pandemic. The programme tailored a broadcast series on free-to-air channels, which aims to educate, engage and raise awareness of seniors to help them stay safe and improve their physical and mental well-being. 
2 APSN Schools, AWWA School, Crest Secondary School, Northlight School, Pathlight School, Spectra Secondary School, Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD) Programme to provide learning support to students from specialised and special needs schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

Students in specialised and special needs schools were provided with laptops and data plans, so that they were able to continue learning at home during the Circuit Breaker.
3 Willing Hearts (WH), Free Food for All (FFFA) Programme to provide meal support to food-insecure families during the COVID-19 pandemic

Temasek Foundation partnered Free Food for All and Willing Hearts to provide and deliver daily meals to vulnerable persons who were adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
4 Viriya Community Services (VCS) Programme to provide online mental health forums, support groups and counselling to help the community cope with the COVID-19 pandemic

The programme provides online forums, support groups and tele-counselling services via the My Mental Health website, to engage and support the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
5 SG Enable (SGE) Programme to provide respite services to caregivers of persons with disabilities.

The programme provided short-term respite services to vulnerable caregivers of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), especially caregivers who are elderly or those adversely impacted by the pandemic. In the programme, PWDs engage in physical and cognitive activities and picking up new skills. The programme also included making arrangements for long-term care giving plans, especially for caregivers who are aged.
6 Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (LKYSPP) Programme to study the social and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on lower-income families and gig workers in Singapore. 

The COVID-19 pandemic had caused considerable economic impact on lower-income families and gig workers. The programme supported the study of the social and economic impact of the pandemic on them, and the resulting proposal of possible intervention strategies to enhance social support to those adversely impacted.
7 Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) Programme to support the AIC Hotline to handle increased calls from seniors needing help during COVID-19 pandemic

The AIC hotline experienced a 70% surge in call volumes during Circuit Breaker, with the majority seeking help in daily needs, senior services and financial support. As such, the hotline extended its operating hours to include weekends and public holidays during the Circuit Breaker period. An additional Call Back (Voicemail) feature was also added. 
8 The Food Bank Singapore Programme to support vulnerable hawkers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Temasek Foundation worked with Food Bank Singapore to purchase and deliver hawker meals to food-insecure families. Besides supporting hawkers whose businesses have been adversely affected, unemployed or low-income workers, along with other volunteers, were engaged to help deliver the meals to temporarily supplement their loss of income. 
9 Centre for Domestic Employees (CDE) Programme to distribute reusable masks to domestic helpers and vulnerable persons in the community

Through the programme, reusable masks are provided to domestic helpers and vulnerable persons in the community to keep them safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteer domestic helpers and residents were on hand to help sew the reusable masks, using equipment at facilities provided by CDE.

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Assumption Pathway School, Crest Secondary School, Metta School, Northlight School, Spectra Secondary School

Programme to provide meal support to students from specialised and special needs schools during the COVID-19 pandemic

Meal support was provided to vulnerable students in specialised and special education schools during the Circuit Breaker.

11 Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore (SSHSPH) Project StaySafe: Programme to study the lifestyle habits of migrant workers staying in dormitories to design interventions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19

The programme saw the study of behavioural patterns and risk factors of migrant workers staying in dormitories, and resulted in proposed intervention strategies to improve COVID-19 prevention practices in dormitories to mitigate spread.
12 Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) Programme to develop a Stay Prepared website to support the mental health needs of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic

The 'My Mental Health' website was developed to address mental health issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The website carries curated informative and interactive content, tailored to the needs of different age groups, to caregivers, and those infected with COVID-19. The website also provides a service directory of support and emergency services.
13 Ang Mo Kio Family Service Centre (AMKFSC) Community Services Programme to conduct mental health webinars and support groups to help seniors and caregivers cope with the COVID-19 pandemic

Mental health webinars were conducted to provide mental health support to seniors, caregivers and families during the Circuit Breaker period.

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