Past Programmes

Past Programmes

 

We try to keep our programmes dynamic and relevant. Over more than two decades, many of our programmes have evolved, while others live on under the umbrella of other organisations. Below are some of our past programmes.

If you’re an alumnus of any of our programmes, we’d love to reconnect with you.

Camp Singapore
Friendship Express
Humanitarian Relief Programme
Ideas For A Better World Forum
International Student Community
Little by Little
Middle East Eminent Persons Programme
SIF-ASEAN Student Fellowship
SIF Distinguished Visitors
SIF International Student Symposium
SIF Welcomes!
Singapore Challenge
Singapore Encore
Singapore Kopitiam
Youth Expedition Project

 

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19 July 2019
SIF Paves the Way for More Cross-border Collaborations between Singapore and Vietnam

SIF Connects! Hanoi brings together Vietnamese Friends of Singapore (FOS) and members of the Singapore community to reconnect and share insights on bilateral developments at the people-to-people level.

19 July 2019
Syncing Efforts Across Borders to Empower Disabled Artists

For the first time in Singapore, a leadership and coaching programme for disabled artists was organised collaboratively between the Singapore International Foundation (SIF), Very Special Arts, National Arts Council, and the British Council.

23 April 2019
Global Young Changemakers Bond Over a Shared Motivation to Make a Better World

10 years on, the Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF) Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) programme has grown a network of over 1,000 changemakers from across the world, inspiring fresh ideas to meet global challenges.

5 August 2019
SIF's Celebration of International Day of Friendship

On Saturday, 27 July 2019, we marked International Day of Friendship which falls on 30 July. More than 100 Citizen Ambassadors and guests joined us to celebrate their support in enabling SIF’s work to build better understanding between...

31 July 2019
Citizen Ambassadors

Meet our Citizen Ambassadors who volunteer selflessly to work alongside their overseas counterparts to uplift lives.

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