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Arts & Heritage
Our arts and culture scene in Singapore has not been spared from the effects of COVID-19. Performances, theatre shows, exhibitions and other arts and cultural events have been cancelled or deferred. This has led to a crippling blow for arts companies and artists in Singapore.
Children & Youth
We look to safeguard equal opportunity within children and youth in Singapore through the initiatives below. "Children" refers to those below the age of 14 years, whilst "Youth" refers to those aged between 15 and 35.
There are over 10,000 stray animals in Singapore in 2017 the numbers are increasing. Whilst there is currently no public data on the total number of stray animals in Singapore, a 2018/19 annual report by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) indicates that the organisation undertook 553 cruelty and welfare investigations and rescued 1,710 animals in that year.
Sports equalise the playing field and bring people together. Sports can bring a community together regardless of background, age or ability. In Singapore's social service sector, the role of sports extends to engaging vulnerable communities such as those at-risk, undergoing rehabilitation or integrating into society as well as ensuring our community is more inclusive.
To build a good society, it is key to start from the home. Building strong family units allow individuals to flourish and make positive contributions to society. Families serve as strong support systems that improves one's wellbeing and affirms unconditional love.
This COVID-19 period has highlighted how health is a concern to all, yet health care isn't equally accessible and affordable to all. This is why it means a lot for society to come together to take care of each other's health. Good health is the key to happiness and wellbeing. Healthy populations can live longer, be more productive and better contribute to society.
Singapore would not be able to thrive without communities and neighbours helping each other. Community service organisations address holistic needs through sustained efforts of full-time charity employees in collaboration with committed volunteers.
Climate change is a global challenge that requires every country's response. As a small city-state, Singapore is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. So, green initiatives are vital. Our main environmental issues are food security, plastic waste, threats to biodiversity and food waste.
Women & Girls
During the circuit breaker period, there was a 22% increase in reports of domestic violence to the police. This illustrates how the issue persists in some Singaporean households, with some women's safety at risk during this period of social distancing.
Our social services in Singapore help individuals, families and communities integrate in society. This includes providing care and support for the vulnerable and low income families, counseling for individuals at risk and families in need, and more.
Approximately 3% of our population in Singapore has some form of disabilities. Disabilities fall into four main categories: developmental, physical, sensory and multiple disabilities.
Children from low-income families are at risk as they may face more obstacles in their journey to escape the cycle of poverty. Many believe that education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty within a family.
Declining birth rate and increasing life expectancy have led to rapidly ageing populations in countries around the world. Singapore is not exempt from this. Today, around 1 in 7 Singaporeans are aged 65 and above. By 2030, senior citizens aged 65 years and above are expected to make up one quarter of the Singaporean population.
Natural disasters can affect entire communities and their livelihoods. This is why humanitarian aid is vital to save lives and reduce suffering during emergencies. Through volunteering or donating, Singaporeans can help our neighbours overseas in a consistent manner. Having electricity, clean water and accessible toilets may not be the norm in many developing countries.