Local Low-Income Pilot Project with Casa Raudha

In October 2016, Aidha pioneered its very first pilot programme with low-income Singaporean women in partnership with Casa Raudha. The Casa Raudha Women’s Home was founded in 2008 with the goal of providing temporary shelter for women victims of domestic violence and abuse. Capable of housing up to 50 women and children, the home also believes in empowering their residents to take control of their lives by providing them with the necessary skills to be self-sufficient.

Written by: Michelle Tan

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Aidha Turns 10 – Transforming Lives For Over a Decade

On December 1st, 2016, the Pavilion at Far East Square was filled with an impressive amount of orange. Orange dresses, orange decorations and even orange food! It was Aidha’s 10th birthday celebration and, as usual, the mood was excellent.

Written by: Vitttoria O.

The most orang-est event of the year! Aidha alumni and volunteers come together to celebrate Aidha’s 10th Anniversary

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A look back at Aidha Tour de Singapore 2016

Despite the pre-dawn hour, the valiant Aidha team of staff, students and volunteers were carting boxes of water and isotonic drinks,  bananas  and oranges; hanging up banners and blowing up balloons; and registering participants for the Aidha Tour de Singapore Bike Ride 2016. More than 170 wonderful cyclists took part to help us to raise funds for our programmes. Everyone had fun, the weather cooperated with us, there was lots of good homemade food and, most importantly, each and every cyclist made it back safely to East Coast Park. To date, we’ve raised about $50K so far. While it is still far away from our target of $150K, the donations continue to come in and we are hopeful that we will soon be much closer to our target. We look back at the fun and buzz of the Aidha’s 4th Tour de Singapore Bike Ride.

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