Visits & Insights
Little by Little
Little by Little is a series of monthly cultural exchanges with the international community in Singapore to promote understanding and appreciation of different cultures, as well as enable the sharing of ideas and skills to enrich lives.
Overseas communities based in Singapore that have participated in these cultural exchanges include:
• American Association Singapore
• Australian, Indian and Malaysian High Commissions
• British community in Singapore
• Embassies of Belgium, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, United States
• Expat Kitchen
• Japanese Creative Centre
• Korean Association
• Korean Art Professionals
• Peruvian community in Singapore
• ReDot Fine Art Gallery
• Sekolah Indonesia Singapura
• SIF Indonesian alumni network
• Temple of Fine Arts
• Thai Association Singapore
• Thai Dance Society
• The Japanese Association, Singapore
• Vietnamese community at the National University of Singapore
We run Visits & Insights programmes for policy leaders, decision-makers and opinion-multipliers to strengthen international understanding and inspire action for good. World communities are introduced to Singapore's policy innovations and way of life, to gain understanding of Singapore and increase opportunities for cross-cultural collaborations.
Singapore and Vietnam Work Together to Boost Haemodialysis Care in North Vietnam
The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) partners with Hanoi Medical University (HMU) and Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) for the first time to enhance standards in haemodialysis care for over 5,000 kidney patients in the region.
Celebrating Friendships for a Better World
SIF Connects! Singapore saw over 100 international participants rekindle longstanding ties with the Singaporean community while gaining new insights of the country’s culture and social innovation landscape.
Working Together To Raise the Level of Teaching Mathematics & Science in Bangalore
Three-year SIF-Parikrma partnership kickstarts a scalable and sustainable collaboration between Singaporean and Indian primary school educators focusing on pedagogical and assessment methods.
Minister Yaacob Ibrahim’s Visit to Water for Life Project in Siem Reap
Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information Dr Yaacob Ibrahim visited the Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF) Water for Life project in the Prasat Bakong district in Siem Reap on 30 November 2017. His visit, to see...
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