Modern Dress Sewing Factory

This is a creative collaboration with Cambodian women living with HIV. Since 2009, we have been working with social enterprise Modern Dress Sewing Factory to meet its key training needs in the areas of product development, marketing and business decision-making, under our Garment-Making Project.

Participants and SIV - SIV: Adrian Huang (back row, first from left), Ms Circe Henestrosa (back row, second from left)
Four new capsule collections created by the trainees under the guidance of the SIVs
Mony, one of the participants posing with a new bag designed by themselves under the guidance of the SIVs
MDSF ladies / trainees working on a new type of bag (clutch bag) designed by themselves under the guidance of SIVs
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12 October 2018
Singaporeans and Malaysians collaborate for a third year to explore ‘Arts and Healing’ at Causeway EXchange (CEX) 2018

The Singapore International Foundation’s (SIF), ‘Arts and Healing’ component of CEX attracted an audience of close to 200 Singaporeans and Malaysians over an art-filled weekend.

12 September 2018
Singapore And Myanmar Team Up To Improve Healthcare For At Least 30,000 Lives In Yangon Over The Next Three Years

The collaboration between Singapore International Foundation (SIF), Yangon General Hospital (YGH) and Singapore Health Services (SingHealth) is aimed at raising the overall quality of trauma rehabilitation care in Myanmar.

15 August 2018
Singapore and Indonesia Work Together to Benefit Over 50,000 Lives Annually in East Java, Indonesia

Launch of four-year programme seeks to address the universal challenge of reducing mortality rate of infants and children under five years of age.

10 October 2018
YSE 2018 Mumbai Workshop

The Young Social Entrepreneurs (YSE) 2018 Mumbai Workshop was held from 26 to 29 September 2018 as part of a series of workshops organised by the SIF to reach out to more young social entrepreneurs around the world. Into its second edition, the 2018...

17 September 2018
#SIFBetterTogether

Singaporean actress Oon Shu An and writer-host Jemimah Wei hit the road with our mobile library in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, joining the team of Singapore International Volunteers on the SIF's signature Words on Wheels programme.



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