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In this session “When Community Gets Real” held on 11 August 2017, a team of social service practitioners and members from South Central Community Family Service Centre share their approach to community work, including its components and platforms to facilitate relationship building and to promote responsibility and ownership. The aim of this session is to evoke participants’ curiosity towards the strengths within their community, and encourage them to mobilise those assets for community development.
Speakers – a team of social service practitioners and members from South Central Community Family Service Centre (FSC):
1. Faridah – an engaging facilitator who is skilled in cooking and handicraft
2. Elisa – A former nurse who is currently pursuing photography
3. Azizah – A connector in the community who has the heart for seniors and is gifted in cooking and baking
4. Adriana, Chi Hoon, Esther, Mark, Seow Ling, who believe in the power of community, that everyone cares about something, and has gifts to contribute for the betterment of the community
Designations as of 11 August 2017.
Building Blocks of a Community
Approaches to Building a Community
Benefits of Community Work
South Central Community Family Service Centre’s Approaches to Community Building