Singapore International Volunteers

Since 1991, the Singapore International Volunteers programme has supported more than 1,600 Singaporeans who have volunteered overseas. Today, the SIV corps continues to work with communities to create positive change that is sustained, even after they leave.

Appreciation Evening 2012

http://www.sif.org.sg/siv/ - This year's SIV Appreciation Evening took place on 14 September and celebrated old bonds and new friendships.

We also honoured three SIVs who have shown exceptional leadership in enabling long-term changes and deep impact in the projects that they were involved in.

Professor David Koh was recognised as the most inspiring volunteer with his 17 years of unwavering, dedicated service and was conferred the Outstanding SIV Award.

Ms Ang Poh Wah and Dr Khoo Kim Choo were both presented with the Outstanding SIV Special Commendation Award.

- Read about the SIV Appreciation Evening here: http://www.sif.org.sg/siv/news_detail...
- Find out more about Professor Koh here http://www.sif.org.sg/siv/stories_det...
- Get to know more about Dr Khoo here http://www.sif.org.sg/siv/stories_det...
- Click here to know more about Ms Ang http://www.sif.org.sg/siv/stories_det...


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