Our Citizen Ambassadors sharing their experiences with our Indian friends, who also got their first taste of Singapore’s unique Peranakan cuisine at the Indocafe.
Our friends from India with the multi-racial Maya Dance troupe, a theatre group whose international performances aim to strengthen intercultural understanding and appreciation.
Our friends from India with the multi-racial Maya Dance troupe, a theatre group whose international performances aim to strengthen intercultural understanding and appreciation.
Mapping the ancestral roots of Singapore Indians and exploring Singapore’s unique heritage at the National Gallery, our newest visual arts institution which houses the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
Our Indian friends experiencing a simulation session with visually impaired guides from Etch Empathy, a social enterprise that plants seeds of empathy in others through realistic experiences at the Enabling Village.
Immersing themselves in the colours and culture of Little India, which showcases the diversity of Singapore’s Indian community.
Immersing themselves in the colours and culture of Little India, which showcases the diversity of Singapore’s Indian community.
Stepping into Bjorn Low’s own edible garden. Our Indian friends got to enjoy a farm-to-table lunch as they learnt about this sustainable urban greening movement in the city by Bjorn, an urban farmer in Singapore who champions the “Grow Your Own Food” movement in land-scarce Singapore.
Stepping into Bjorn Low’s own edible garden. Our Indian friends got to enjoy a farm-to-table lunch as they learnt about this sustainable urban greening movement in the city by Bjorn, an urban farmer in Singapore who champions the “Grow Your Own Food” movement in land-scarce Singapore.
Getting a firsthand look at KK Women\'s and Children\'s Hospital’s facilities and learning about Singapore’s healthcare landscape.
Visiting a typical Singaporean HDB home. Owners Lianne and Yoke (extreme left) also treated them to a home-cooked lunch.
Visiting a typical Singaporean HDB home. Owners Lianne and Yoke (extreme left) also treated them to a home-cooked lunch.
Our friends from India getting a bird’s eye view of a model of Singapore’s evolving landscape as they learnt about developing sustainable cities and Singapore’s urban planning from the Centre for Liveable Cities.
Innovation and sustainability best explained via Singapore’s Water Story, at the PUB, NEWater Visitor Centre.
Innovation and sustainability best explained via Singapore’s Water Story, at the PUB, NEWater Visitor Centre.
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Six Indian journalists immersed in a week-long visit programme to discover the Heart and Soul of this little red dot.


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27 July 2017
Singapore and India Working Together To Achieve Higher Standards of Early Childhood Education (ECE) in Mumbai

A three-year SIF-Muktangan partnership kickstarts a scalable and sustainable collaboration between Singaporean and Indian ECE educators.

14 July 2017
Celebrating an Inclusive World through the Arts

The Singapore International Foundation (SIF) is honoured to have received the Patron of the Arts Award 2017 for the sixth consecutive year. We share this achievement with our partners, donors, Citizen Ambassadors and international friends who...

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Young Global Changemakers Inspired by Thriving Social Entrepreneurship Scene in India after YSE Mumbai Study Visit

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YSE 2017 Study Visit to Mumbai

16 shortlisted teams from the Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) 2017 programme were in Mumbai, India from 12-16 June 2017 to study the vibrant social entrepreneurship landscape in India and connect with prominent Indian social...

16 February 2017
Citizen Ambassadors

Meet some of our Citizen Ambassadors who make friends for a better world and inspire others to do the same. Without them, we would not be able to do what we do. We celebrate their work and how they connect for change.



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