The Open Home Network encourages and enables Singaporeans to open up their homes as a place of respite for people-in-crisis (PICs). We designed a system to match PICs with our list of host families, together with their social worker. It is a micro initiative with a big goal of spurring Singaporeans on to normalise and practice hospitality by befriending a stranger and letting them in.
Feed 52 is a project to empower people with autism (PWAs) by equipping them with culinary skills, allowing them to provide for the community. The food cooked will be given to the underprivileged, allowing PWAs to learn valuable skills, interact and grow together with society.
BTR is a compilation of short stories of tensions and dilemmas faced by practitioners in the impact and social sector. These stories will be supplemented with guiding questions to allow readers to facilitate discussions with their peers.
This project is targeted specifically at creating opportunities for livelihood for Yazidi IDPs who have been displaced since the 2014 ISIS genocide. It explores the means of increasing their financial, cultural and social capital in a manner that restores dignity, with a view to raising their social mobility in the long run.
Redeeming Time is a project that in partnership with House of Hope, a charity serving some 1,500 families in Penang, Malaysia. It aims to address the question, "What does it take to disrupt cyclical poverty among the urban poor?"
In collaboration with Migrant X Me (MxMe), the ‘prejudice’ trail was developed - a learning journey aimed at educating the public on the roots of prejudice within the migrant worker community in Singapore.