Camino De Singapore: why someone might flout covid-19 rules.

Photo by: https://unsplash.com/@taiscaptures

As 2022 begins, we start our third year of living in pandemic times. COVID-19 has made life difficult for almost everyone, perhaps with the notable exception of those whose wealth doubled in the same period. We have been hoping that the outbreaks will be controllable and that COVID-related restrictions will soon end.

It is for this reason that we expect everyone else to behave responsibly so as not to “sabotage” the sacrifices that so many have made to minimise the spread of the disease. Thus, it is not surprising that the story of a man who broke COVID-19 rules and refused a test despite exhibiting symptoms angered many people. This is because he was not following the unwritten “social contract” that all of us need to be obedient to the rules so that we can get out of this pandemic as soon as possible. Indeed, the enforcement of the law had been swift. He was sentenced to five weeks of jail.

Nevertheless, things are rarely what they seem to be. I am glad and grateful that President Halimah, while acknowledging the irresponsibility of this man, highlighted the reason for the man’s behaviour. She took the time to reflect and share that loss of income for this man was the primary reason why he refused to be tested.

Had he got a positive result, he would be placed on sick leave, and he would lose the ability to claim a $100 allowance meant for company staff members who can work throughout the month without any absent days. This is a significant amount for low-income workers. Thus, she explained, such irresponsible behaviours could be greatly reduced if workers are not paid so low that they would desperately pursue such incentives.

How could someone be put in such a difficult situation, so as to choose behaving irresponsibly, endangering other people, for the sake of $100?Some would explain that this is the result of the market forces. Since wage is determined by supply of and demand for labour, it is inevitable that workers whose skills are easy to acquire and are not in high demand will not be paid generously. Then, naturally, a person with low income would be incentivised to pursue whatever additional income they could with any means necessary. The solution, then, is to ensure that every low-income worker is equipped with skills that employers would value.

Pope St John Paul II could offer another perspective. He explained that there are things he called “structures of sins” (Sollicitudo rei socialis, 36). They are not sins committed by individuals but they are social structures that influence people’s behaviours negatively, encouraging people to sin. They do not come out of nowhere but they are born from an accumulation of committed personal sins, sloth, and failures to do good. The way out, for the saintly pope, is “a diametrically opposed attitude: a commitment to the good of one’s neighbour with the readiness, in the gospel sense, to ‘lose oneself’ for the sake of the other instead of exploiting him, and to ‘serve him’ instead of oppressing him for one’s own advantage”. In other words, we need solidarity, where all members of the society recognise one another as persons with dignity (Sollicitudo rei socialis, 38-39).

I think the old economic explanation of this man’s irresponsible behaviour can be useful in that it encourages us to continue improving our skills so that they are relevant for our work and perhaps even for the society. That said, it is also true that more and more economists reject that sort of explanation. However, I think John Paul II’s analysis is, in the end, more wholesome. Such a diagnosis invites and challenges everyone to contribute and be part of the solution, rather than leaving the burden of improvement to only a few. Surely, such a solution would be far more effective.

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Erwin Susanto is a staff member of Caritas Singapore. He enjoys boring his friends with his interest in Old Testament/Hebrew Bible studies and finds it hard to resist commentating on all kinds of contemporary issues. He tries his best not to sound “cheem”.

My Personal Moral Compass Course 2022

By Rev Fr David Garcia, O.P.

The My Personal Moral Compass Course (MPMC) is for all Catholics and all people of goodwill interested in formation in the foundations of Ethics and Moral Theology. The objective of this course is for participants to understand and to articulate the fundamentals of moral thinking with greater clarity.

Our lecturer, Fr David Garcia, O.P., lectures at the Major Seminary and Catholic Theological Institute of Singapore in Moral Theology and is a well-known speaker who has addressed a spectrum of issues affecting society ranging from family life, social justice, and bioethics; he has worked and/or is working with various church organisations including Office for Catechesis, Catholic Medical Guild and Caritas Singapore.

My Personal Moral Compass is a year-long modular course on ethical issues. There are a total of 6 modules with each lasting for 6 or 7 weeks. 2 online Questions & Answer (Q&A) sessions will be conducted for each module. There are no assignments or coursework to be submitted.

It is recommended that participants cover the course material and attend all six modules. Alternatively, participants may attend any missed modules in subsequent years as interest and exigencies allow.


Module 1.  Who decides what is right or wrong? 
Module 2.  Becoming Persons
Module 3.  Christian Morality
Module 4.  Ethics of Love, Sex and Marriage

Module 5Christians in the Social Community
Module 6.  Stewards of Life


Upcoming: Module 4 – Ethics of Love, Sex and Marriage

Few issues are as controversial as sexuality today. Many ideas, new and old, compete for our attention in the marketplace of ideas.

Yet, sexuality has always been important for the Church. Why is that? What is its purpose in God’s plan? What are some of the controversial topics? How can we address them?

Let us explore these questions and many more!

7 July – 25 August 2022 (Thursdays) at 7:30 pm.
Sessions are conducted via Zoom Live.
Event Cost: $70

Click here to register.
For further enquiries, please email us at [email protected].

Befriending People Living with HIV/AIDS

Organisation: Catholic AIDS Response Effort

Location: North part of Singapore

Date: Once a week on a weekday. (9am-5pm)

For Enquiries or to Sign-up as Volunteer, please contact
Name : Joseph Ang
Email : [email protected]
Phone : 63535440

Volunteering Activities

  • Befriending beneficiaries – providing companionship, offering a listening ear
  • Assisting home-bound beneficiaries – besides providing companionship and a listening ear, also to help out with housekeeping chores, grocery shopping, packing of medication, etc
  • Transportation – drive and accompany beneficiaries for medical appointments; drive Catholic beneficiaries to attend Sunday Mass

Requirements
– practising Catholics with similar volunteering experiences preferred

Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives, Singapore (CHARIS)

Caritas Humanitarian Aid and Relief Initiatives (Singapore) Ltd is the Catholic Church’s umbrella body for overseas humanitarian aid. CHARIS is set up to coordinate the Archdiocesan response to disasters and humanitarian needs in fulfillment of the Church’s social mission.


PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES

CHARIS engages in the following programmes:

  • Humanitarian Aid Fund
  • Disaster Response
  • Volunteers
  • Capacity Building
  • Networking
  • Communication Platforms
  • Formation and Mission Trips

 

INFORMATION
Caritas Humanitarian Aid & Relief Initiatives (Singapore) Ltd
55 Waterloo Street
#07-02 Catholic Centre
Singapore 187954

Tel: 6337 4119
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.charis-singapore.org

Telephone: 6337 4119
Email: [email protected]

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Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP)

One of the best-known Catholic charities, the Society uses monthly collections from all churches to provide direct help to the poor and under-privileged of all religions for the past 60 years. It provides monetary assistance and food rations to those in need and also befriending services.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES

  • Serving the poor and destitute in Singapore by giving cash grants, food rations, education and aiding with medical bills
  • Transporting the sick to seek medical treatments, organising family outings and excursions during school holidays and bringing festive cheers during special occasions for the poor
  • Supporting children from poor families. SSVP helps to meet educational expenses up to tertiary level
  • Securing employment from other welfare agencies for the unemployed

 

INFORMATION
Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVP)
7A Lorong 8 Toa Payoh
Agape Village #04-01
Singapore 319264
Website: www.ssvpsingapore.org

Telephone:+65 6801 7480
Email: [email protected]

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Roman Catholic Prison Ministry (RCPM)

Roman Catholic Prison Ministry (RCPM) offers befriending and spiritual support services for prisoners and their families during the incarceration as well as their after-care needs. It provides counselling and fellowship services that help promote their human and spiritual development.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
RCPM engages in the following activities:

  • Eucharistic Celebration / Communion Service
  • Scriptures Sharing
  • Faith Exploration, Development & Formation
  • Administering the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick & Condemned
  • Intercessory Prayer; Inner Healing; & Counseling
  • Pastoral Assistance

 

INFORMATION
Roman Catholic Prison Ministry (RCPM)
2 Highland Road, #03-04
Catholic Archdiocesan Education Centre
Singapore 549102
Website: http://www.rcpm.org.sg

Administrator: Angela Khoo
Telephone: +65 6100 7276
Fax: +65 6282 1860
Email: [email protected]

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Montfort Care

Montfort Care is a network of programmes committed to improving the lives of individuals, families and the community facing transitional challenges. Our team of social service professionals provide community-based social services to empower lives and strengthen communities. Services offered by Montfort Care include three Family Service Centres, child protection service by its Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre, cyber wellness programme for youth by its MeToYou Cyber Care programme as well as GoodLife! and YAH! programmes to support active and frail seniors to age-in-place.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
Montfort Care engages the community with the following programmes:

Our Intervention & Care Programmes:

  • Marine Parade Family Service Centre
  • @27 Family Service Centre
  • Kreta Ayer Family Services
  • Big Love Child Protection Specialist Centre

Our Community Outreach Programmes:

  • YAH! (Young-At-Heart)
  • GoodLife! & GoodLife! Makan
  • MeToYou Cyber Care

INFORMATION
Organisation: Montfort Care
Location: 624 Upper Bukit Timah Road Singapore 678212
Date: Monday to Friday

For Enquiries
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.montfortcare.org.sg
Telephone:+65 6446 0300

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Infant Jesus Homes & Children’s Centres (IJHCC)

Inspired by the mission of the IJ Sisters, the Infant Jesus Homes and Children’s Centres (IJHCC) continue to serve at-risk children and young persons from financially challenged and disadvantaged family backgrounds. We serve and support the community in caring for those in need of protection through our Residential Care Programme. By providing relevant programmes and activities in a safe and caring environment, IJHCC aims to enable them to be inspired, gain confidence and develop in character during this critical phase in their lives.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
Programmes and activities offered by IJHCC for the children are:

  • Out-of-School Hours Programme: IJ Galilee Centre, IJ Village
  • Programmes and activities, such as cooking, pottery, gardening, drama, dance and music, are organised to provide them with the opportunity for self-expression.

INFORMATION
Infant Jesus Homes and Children’s Centres (IJHCC)
503 Ang Mo Kio Street 13
Singapore 569406

Tel : (65) 6459 4801
Fax: 6459 3717
Wesbite: www.jhcc.org
Email: [email protected]

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Christian Family and Social Movement (CFSM)

In working towards building good Christian families, Christian Family and Social Movement (CFSM) assists all family members to live and fulfil their various roles in the family, workplace, community and nation.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
The Movement organizes faith and person formation sessions, outings and circulates articles on issues as “food for thought and formation”. Participation and circulation are restricted only to its members only.

Families have monthly gathering in small groups, in their own neighbourhoods, sharing their life experiences and learning from one another as discerning, ‘conscientised’ adult Christians.

 

INFORMATION
Christian Family and Social Movement (CFSM)
Catholic Archdiocesan Education Centre
2 Highland Road #03-12
Singapore 549102
Website: www.cfsm.org.sg

Contact Person: Francis Mane
Email: [email protected]

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Clarity Singapore Limited

Clarity Singapore is a mental health charity endorsed by the Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore and we are a member organisation of Caritas Singapore and National Council of Social Service (NCSS). We are a company limited by guarantee with IPC status.

Clarity Singapore was founded in 2010 and we work in partnership with the Agency of Integrated Care (AIC) to deliver community mental health services in individual or group settings.

We serve clients regardless of race, religion, or culture, aged 15 – 65, with mild to moderate psychological and emotional difficulties including:

  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
  • Traumatic Disorders
  • Maternal Mental Health

In our day-to-day services, we provide one-to-one psychotherapy/counselling sessions and group programmes.

We also work very closely with hospitals, community organisations and corporates to develop mental health literacy and support patient and staff mental welfare.

SERVICES

  • Individual counselling & psychotherapy
  • Group workshops& programmes
  • Outreach & collaboration
  • Public awareness talks

INFORMATION
Clarity Singapore Limited
Main Office :
Block 854 Yishun Ring Road #01-3511
Singapore 760854
Tel : (65) 6757 7990

Agape Village
7A Lorong 8 Toa Payoh #04-01
Singapore 319264
Tel : (65) 6801 7467

Website: www.clarity-singapore.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/claritysg
Instagram: @theYESinitiative
Telegram: t.me/claritysg

Executive Director: Mr Joachim Toh
Telephone: +65 6757 7990
Email: [email protected]

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Catholic Welfare Services (CWS)

Catholic Welfare Services (CWS) is a non-profit, social service organisation founded in 1959 with the aim of uplifting the lives of the less fortunate in the community. Following in the spirit of the Good Shepherd – to lead people towards love and fulfilment – and the spirit of the Good Samaritan – to help those who have fallen along the way – CWS provides various social service programmes and services to support a diverse range of beneficiaries.

KEY SERVICES

  • Nursing Homes – St Joseph’s Home, St Theresa’s Home, & Villa Francis Home for the Aged
  • Sheltered Home for Seniors – St Vincent Home (in collaboration with SSVP)
  • Bursaries and Scholarship Programmes
  • Youth Outreach Programmes – including YouthReach (in collaboration with Boys’ Town Singapore)
  • Shelters and Programmes for Rough Sleepers and the Homeless
  • Social Assistance Programmes – financial assistance, food relief, social work support

INFORMATION 
Catholic Welfare Services Singapore (CWS)
55 Waterloo Street
#06-01, Catholic Centre
Singapore 187954
Website: www.catholicwelfare.org.sg

Executive Director: Mr. James Chew
Telephone:+65 6337 7954
Fax:+65 6336 1513
Email: [email protected]

Caritas Singapore assesses the needs of our charity member organisations to fund programmes that serve our brothers and sisters in need.

Catholic Nurses Guild (CNG)

This association of nurses promotes professional and spiritual growth of its members, who also participate in many Church activities to help the sick, handicapped and elderly.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
The CNG is engaged in the following programmes:

  • Collaborates with Archdiocesan Commission of Pastoral Care for Migrant and Itinerant Workers (ACMI) to provide training on basic care-giving knowledge to foreign domestic workers
  • Provides befriending services to patients with Aids under the Catholic Aids Relief Effort (CARE).
  • Creates awareness about the Natural Family Planning programme (NFP) and to promote sharing and joint responsibilities for family planning.
  • Provides medical & first aid coverage to churches’ events, masses for the sick and feast day’s celebrations.
  • Assists in free medical clinics conducted by some churches
  • Organises pastoral care workshops for lay people.
  • Participates in pastoral and community outreach programmes towards the sick, disabled and elderly both locally and neighbouring countries.
  • Organises annual retreats and year-end social together for local and foreign nurses

 

INFORMATION
Catholic Nurses Guild (CNG)
c/o CANA
55 Waterloo Street #02-01
Catholic Centre
Singapore 187954

Contact No.: +65 9236 1047
Email: [email protected]
Website: sgcatholicnurses.wordpress.com

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Catholic Medical Guild (CMG)

Catholic doctors come together to examine social and ethical issues in the light of Church teachings and also conduct humanitarian missions overseas together with other organisations.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES
CMG regularly holds faith formation programmes which include regular Masses, talks and retreats. The Guild also examines social-ethical issues in the light of Church teaching and tries to influence society in a positive manner. It also conducts humanitarian missions to other countries, often in collaboration with other organisations.

 

INFORMATION
Catholic Medical Guild of Singapore (CMG)
c/o 55 Waterloo Street #03-01
Catholic Centre
Singapore 187954
Website: http://www.cmg.org.sg
Email: [email protected]

CMG at catholic.sg

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Catholic Lawyers Guild (CLG)

The Catholic Lawyers Guild (CLG) provides mutual support and encouragement among lawyers for the sanctification of their professional work, as well as the provision of legal assistance to the church and persons in need.

CLG’s main objectives are as follows:

  1. To function as a non-profit organization with chiefly spiritual aims, namely to assist its members, who are lawyers, or legally trained persons professing the Catholic faith, to obtain sanctity in the profession, through the practice of Christian virtues.
  2. To help newly qualified or graduated Catholic lawyers realize their profession as a noble calling of their faith.
  3. To render assistance and offer knowledge or opinion to lay persons in the matters of the Catholic faith and the law.
  4. To render assistance to the Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Singapore.

CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics
The CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics are located at Agape Village, St. Teresa’s Church, Church of the Divine Mercy, St. Joseph’s Church (Bukit Timah), and Church of the Holy Family. It provides legal assistance for the poor, disadvantaged and sandwiched classes to obtain advice on personal matters such as family issues, estates, employment, personal accidents, tenancy disputes, monetary claims, motor and industrial accident claims, etc.

How to Register for the CLG Pro Bono Legal Clinics?
Please register online at https://clgsingapore.com/pro-bono-legal-clinic/pro-bono-clinic-registration/ to register for an appointment to the clinics.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Agape Village, 7A Lorong
8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319264
Telephone: 68017494
Email: [email protected]
Website: clgsingapore.com

CLG at catholic.sg

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Catholic Business Network (CBN)

Catholic Business Network (CBN) was set up with the mission to bring together Catholic business owners and Catholic professionals and executives for the advancement of Catholic values and ethics in their work and to serve the broader community.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES

  • CBN organises regular networking and fellowship sessions with inspirational talks by well known speakers and prominent business leaders.
  • CBN organises and supports various fundraisers and events such as the annual CBN Golf for Charity event.

INFORMATION
Agape Village
7A Toa Payoh Lorong 8, #04-01
Singapore 319264
Website: www.cbn.sg

Contact no.: 6801 7491
Email: [email protected]

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Catholic Aids Response Effort (CARE)

Catholic Aids Response Effort (CARE)  provides care to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The team (comprising staff and volunteers) provides befriending, counselling and support through various programmes.

PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES

CARE’s primary programme is running the shelter for homeless men who are living with HIV/AIDS.  Besides catering to their physical needs like temporary lodging, clothing and food, CARE adopts a holistic approach towards helping them return to society and lead a fulfilling life.

The non-residential programme provides financial assistance and other forms of support for HIV+ women and their families.  This includes monthly food ration, school transport money for school-going children, school textbook allowance among others.

CARE also conducts regular outreach programmes at Catholic schools and parishes to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS.

 

INFORMATION

Catholic Aids Response Effort (CARE)

Address: In order to protect the privacy of our residents, CARE does not publish the address online.

Executive Director: Mr Michael Charles Loh
Telephone: +65 6353 5440   Fax:+65 6255 4884
Email: [email protected] OR [email protected]

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Canossaville Children and Community Services (CCCS)

Canossaville Children and Community Services (Canossaville) is a Catholic social service agency, serving and impacting the lives of children and their families across their preschool and primary years, regardless of race, language or religion. 

The sectors under Canossaville include:

  • Canossaville Preschool – A mainstream preschool specialising in supporting children with hearing loss.
  • Canossaville Student Care – An integrated student care centre serving the needs of students from Canossa Catholic Primary School and Canossian School.
  • Canossian Child Development Unit – A multidisciplinary team of professionals supporting the children and their families in The Canossian Village across the areas of learning, behaviour and psychosocial needs.

Founded by the Canossian Sisters in 1941, Canossaville is licensed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and the Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA). It is also an approved Institute of Public Character (IPC) to issue tax-deductible receipts.

INFORMATION
Canossaville Children and Community Services                                                       
1 Sallim Road (Gate 3)
Singapore 387621
Telephone: +65 8401 4073 (Administrative Office)
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.canossaville.org.sg

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Boys’ Town

Boys’ Town is a non-profit organization started in 1948 by the Montfort Brothers of St. Gabriel, a religious institute whose mission is to provide opportunities through education to help children and youth in need. Over the years, Boys’ Town has reached out to young people from socially and economically disadvantaged backgrounds to equip them with the skills they need to become responsible and contributing members of society.

Its services include residential, fostering, adventure therapy, youth outreach and other community and school-based programmes. The beneficiaries are boys and girls from as young as newborns to 24 years old. They come from disadvantaged and disengaged families and may have faced hardship resulting from difficult home situations; financial struggles; abandonment and abuse. Each year, Boys’ Town works with close to 1,500 children and youth.

KEY SERVICES

  • Residential Services
    • – Group Home
      – Shelter
      – Hostel
      – Therapeutic Group Home
      – Boys’ Town Alternative Schooling
  • Boys’ Town Adventure Centre
  • Boys’ Town Fostering Services
  • Sanctuary Care
  • Clinical Intervention Centre
  • YouthReach

INFORMATION
Boys’ Town
624 Upper Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 678212
Website: www.boystown.org.sg
Facebook: www.facebook.com/boystown.spore

Executive Director: Dr Roland Yeow
Director (Clinical Services): Ms Adrienne Sng
Deputy Director (Community Partnerships & Social Enterprise): Mr Trevor Chan

Telephone: 6690 5420
Fax: 6762 7846
Email: [email protected]

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Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE)


Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE) is dedicated to enable and empower the physically challenged to live productive, meaningful and independent lives, and be full contributors to the community.
ABLE was established as a charity in 25 October 2010, and is a registered charity with the National Council of Social Services and accorded an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) since November 2010.

SERVICES AND PROGRAMMES

ABLE provides a suite of centralised services. These services comprise of Case Management, Rehabilitation, Employment, and Programme & Training.

  • Case Management: A team of social workers will journey with the Clients and Family Caregivers. The Family Caregivers Respite supports the socio-emotional needs of family caregivers through talks, support groups, interest groups, and retreats.
  • Rehabilitation: ABLE’s signature programme, Return-To-Work (RTW) has a team of Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Speech and Language Therapists who have an RTW-C certification. They provide rehabilitation and coordination to help persons with physical challenges return to the workforce.
  • Employment: A team of Employment Support Specialists and Job Coaches are on hand to assist and counsel the Clients and Caregivers to increase their employability. The team journeys with the Clients as they embark on the RTW track.
  • Programme & Training: A suite of complementary programmes for Clients as they continue in the rehabilitation journey. The “I am capABLE” programme comprises of Therapeutic, Sports, and Training Programmes. SociABLE allows for Family Caregivers to have respite during the day whilst the Clients are at the centre.
  • Transport: Supporting Centralised Services, the wheelchair-accessible, island-wide transport assists persons with mobility challenges.

 

INFORMATION

Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations (ABLE)
Agape Village
7A Lorong 8 Toa Payoh #02-09
Singapore 319264
Website: www.able-sg.org

Executive Director: Sharon Woo
Tel: 6801 7460
Email: [email protected]

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