This research details the intersection between humanitarian innovation and integration of affected populations into problem-solving.
Open Borders aims to open borders by providing a platform for locals and “migrants” to interact through the spoken word and storytelling.
Project Heartworks aims to foster a sense of belonging and appreciation for each member of the Yale-NUS community by providing opportunities for meaningful connections with our maintenance staff.
Conscious Living Collective is a sustainability advocacy group with a specific focus on consumerism and the fast fashion industry.
Hinggi is a social enterprise that delivers woven Sumbanese-textile-based products as corporate gifts.
ALittleChange (ALC) is a non-profit society that primarily operates around one-room rental flat areas such as French Road and Eunos.
Anaemia Mukt Balika is a collaboration to mitigate the prevalence of anaemia among women and adolescents in Telangana, India.
KidsAccomplish! offers an enrichment programme for children aged 9 to 12 years old, modelled after the unique concept of a Liberal Arts and Sciences education.
VERE360 (Virtual Experience Real Empathy 360) was founded to develop immersive technology content for social issues education around the ASEAN region.
Sambridha Nari is a financial literacy campaign for entrepreneurs, small business owners and future entrepreneurs who are primarily women.
I’mpart is a non-profit organisation that organises, innovates, and integrates volunteer efforts to make effective and relationship-driven change with underserved youths.
The Girls Dance Movement is a social impact initiative that uses dance to build a safe space for young women in underprivileged communities.
Atharva Initiations (Atharva) is a social enterprise based in Nepal that works in rural economic development by building financial literacy and helping small businesses grow.
Chili Padi Academy (CPA) is an environmental leadership and education accelerator programme for senior high school students from ASEAN countries including Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Project Homeworks is a Habitat for Humanity initiative that aims to provide more Singaporean elderly with decent and dignified places to live.
The Social Impact Fellowship (SIF) funds short to medium-term student initiatives that raise awareness of a social issue, or advance a solution to a social challenge.
Service in the City (SitC) grant encourages students to engage with contemporary social problems and solutions in Singapore.
Social Impact Bootcamp is a week-long programme focused on building foundational skills for effective social change and impact. Sessions will be interactive and applied, with an emphasis on context-specific practice.