Press Releases

4 “M”s of Women Health

Sep 23, 2014 11:24 SGT Jack And Chaz Asia [An article by GyneGordon.com.sg by Dr Gordon Lim] The men don’t get it. This article is not the opening commercial for a credit card, but about letting women understand more about themselves and their uniqueness, especially their health. This article also aims to help the men understand more about the ladies – what are some natural occurring conditions that ladies get whilst men do not?

Aug 20, 2014 17:21 SGT Swets Swets Information Services and Room to Read are delighted to announce the completion of the first joint project funded by donations from Swets; namely the creation of a new classroom library at the Government Primary School Nathu Khadi in India’s Uttarakhand province.

Arthur Choo's OFFICIAL BLOG

Aug 19, 2014 01:47 SGT BEAT'ABOX GROUP On 10th August 2014, Arthur Choo, the founder and managing director of BEAT’ABOX GROUP releases his personal blog to share about his entrepreneur journey.

Scandinavian built Humanitarian vessel Vega sails 15,000 kilometers to aid remote island communitiess

Jan 14, 2014 13:03 SGT Historic Vessel VEGA Every year for the past 10 years the 122 year old Scandinavian built Humanitarian vessel Vega has sailed over 15,000 kilometers gathering and delivering over 20 tons of new educational and medical supplies to some of the world's most remote island communities.

Taking Christmas to the children of the Philippines

Dec 24, 2013 11:21 SGT Save the Children (Asia) Over 1,500 Filipino children whose homes and communities were devastated in typhoon Haiyan are enjoying Christmas parties hosted by Save the Children. In and around the devastated city of Tacloban, seasonal events have been held at 27 child friendly spaces. While in Estancia, parties with games like pass the parcel were also arranged for typhoon-affected children.

One year on from Typhoon Bopha, families still reeling from loss of livelihoods, Save the Children says.

Dec 03, 2013 13:53 SGT Save the Children (Asia) Increased support is needed if families are to fully recover from the impact of Typhoon Bopha on their livelihoods. A year after the category 5 typhoon, the children’s aid agency says tens of thousands are still struggling to find work to feed their families. The Typhoon, which struck on 4th December 2012, affected over six million people and left nearly 2000 dead or missing.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by Evorich

Oct 28, 2013 15:06 SGT Evorich Flooring While striving to be a progressive and improving company to better serve our consumers, Evorich is keen to explore ways to contribute back to the society. Since Evorich’s inception in 2003, the company has been involved in projects to assist the community around us.

Oct 15, 2013 13:54 SGT Save the Children (Asia) A 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked the Bohol island of the Philippines on Tuesday. At a depth of 56km in a populated area, the risk for casualties and damage is expected to be high. “Save the Children aid workers are closely monitoring the situation in Bohol and stand ready to respond to the needs of affected children and their families,” said Save the Children Country Director Anna Lindenfors.

Save the Children Emergency Teams Assessing Children’s Needs in India Post-Cyclone Phailin

Oct 14, 2013 10:08 SGT Save the Children (Asia) Save the Children emergency response teams are working with the government and local partners to quickly assess the needs of children as Cyclone Phailin continues to hit Odisha and other parts of eastern India.

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