Run for migrant workers’ benefit

To address migrant workers’ growing set of multi-faceted health challenges amid the prolonged movement restrictions caused by Covid-19, HealthServe has launched a virtual run. The public can join the run – #InTheirShoes – and contribute to improving the community’s overall well being. On average, a migrant worker clocks at least 16km during a day’s work. […]

Will you go the extra mile to support the disadvantaged migrant worker community in Singapore?

#ManyHelpingHands fundraising campaign launched to keep migrant workers’ medical fees low amid COVID-19 pandemic To address migrant workers’ growing set of multi-faceted health challenges amidst prolonged movement restrictions, HealthServe has launched its first virtual run titled #InTheirShoes to invite the public to join them in improving the community’s overall wellbeing.  On average, a migrant worker […]

Meet Hasan, a migrant worker helping others like him navigate life in Singapore

Chew Hui Min // 16 Feb 2022 06:20AM (Updated: 16 Feb 2022 09:12AM) SINGAPORE: Last December, Mr Hasan Samim noticed that one of his co-workers on the same project did not seem his usual self and suddenly became very quiet. “For almost three years, he didn’t go back home … So his father recently passed away, but he […]

How can we show the warmth of home to our migrant workers who are missing families this CNY?

Fong Yihui // January 31, 2022, 12:45 pm Migrant workers share a meal of Chinese New Year delicacies and dumplings with volunteers (not pictured) from Christian Communications Singapore. Photo courtesy of Pastor David Lee. For Chinese migrant workers like Liu Guo Dong, 49, the Lunar New Year season can be particularly difficult.  It is a time typically spent […]

Singapore migrant workers labour under COVID curbs

While most of the city-state’s residents are able to live their lives much as before, migrant workers still find their freedoms restricted. By Adam HancockPublished On 30 Jan 202230 Jan 2022 Singapore – Nestled between towering rows of public housing blocks and a busy road surrounded by trees, the Choa Chu Kang migrant worker compound is almost […]

HealthServe partners Republic Polytechnic students to support migrant workers’ growing medical needs

#ManyHelpingHands fundraising campaign launched to keep migrant workers’ medical fees low amid COVID-19 pandemic Did you know that 50% of migrant workers who visit HealthServe’s clinic suffer from at least one chronic medical condition?  To support this disadvantaged community’s growing needs and keep their medical fees low, HealthServe has partnered Republic Polytechnic (RP) to launch […]

HealthServe Launches First 24-hour Crisis Helpline for Migrant Workers in Singapore

The long-drawn-out pandemic has placed a major strain on the mental health of the migrant worker community in Singapore. To address migrant workers’ growing set of multi-faceted challenges and improve their overall wellbeing, HealthServe has launched Singapore’s first 24-hour crisis helpline for this underserved community in Singapore. For the past year and a half, the […]