SIF and KKH sign Memorandum of Understanding

In conjunction with the Singapore International Foundation’s International Volunteer Day celebration on 2 Dec 2011, the SIF and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital signed a MoU to build the capacity of overseas health professionals and community groups to deliver quality healthcare services to women and children across Asia.

Over the past 15 years, the SIF-KKH collaboration on many meaningful health projects has brought significant benefits to communities around Asia
For instance, in Cambodia, the paediatric emergency care project with the National Paediatric Hospital helped to reduce the infant mortality rate in the emergency room by 22 percentage points, from 56% to 34%
Since 1996, KKH has supported over 10 SIF international volunteerism projects, which included nearly 70 specialist missions
This marks a significant milestone in the partnership that will see the two organisations collaborate more closely on projects
In conjunction with the SIF’s International Volunteer Day celebration, SIF and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding
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