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MSF's response to a parliamentary question by Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang on the data on the length of time that children remain in places of safety or the Singapore Boys' Home or Singapore Girls' Home.
87% of the Probation Orders that ended in 2021 were successfully completed, the highest completion rate since 2012. This was a key achievement highlighted in the Probation and Community Rehabilitation Service (PCRS) Annual Report 2021, which recognises the collective efforts of families, Probation Officers, Volunteer Probation Officers, and community partners in supporting probationers in their rehabilitation journey.
The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) launched a mentoring programme pilot, Career Advice and Mentoring Programme (CAMP) for youth who leave ITE prematurely, as part of MSF's ongoing efforts to support at-risk youths.
MSF's response to a parliamentary question by Mr Leong Mun Wai for young and vulnerable teens to seek shelter if they are kicked out of their homes for reasons such as their sexual orientation or gender identity.
MSF's response to a parliamentary question by Mr Christopher de Souza whether more awareness can be raised and greater facilitation can be given to assist in meeting the specific needs of homes for orphans and vulnerable youth.
The Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) announced that the completion rate of Probation Orders closed in 2020 remained high at 82%, despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.