Developing the Social Service Sector is one of MSF's key focus. MSF works closely with with the Sector, Voluntary Welfare Organisations, grassroot and community organisations to provide assistance to those in need.
Stop Family Violence - Abuse of Vulnerable Adults
ComCare Starter Kit
ComCare Annual Reports
National Survey on Senior Citizens in Singapore, 2005
In 2005, then-Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) commissioned this survey to understand senior citizens, their needs, household characteristics, health status, etc.
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC)
To help educate children and their caregivers on children’s rights, this booklet presents all 54 articles under the UNCRC in a simplified manner.
The Survey on Informal Caregiving
The Survey on Informal Caregiving, commissioned by then-Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) is the first national population-based survey from Singapore on informal caregiving for community-dwelling older adults aged 75 and over who require human assistance with at least one Activity of Daily Living (ADL).
Stop Family Violence - Spousal Abuse
This publication provides basic information on spousal abuse. Download: Stop Spousal Abuse
Stop Family Violence - Shaken Baby Syndrome
This publication provides a basic understanding of shaken baby syndrome, how to avoid it and a list of helplines to call for help. Download: Shaken Baby Syndrome
Getting to the heart of business
This publication features the success stories of 10 accomplished social enterprises in Singapore. Through the insightful sharing by their founders on the highs and lows of their respective journeys, we hope you will be motivated to support them, and perhaps even be inspired to start your own social enterprise to benefit the disadvantaged in our community.
National Survey of Senior Citizens 2011
To map out the financial, physical and social health of senior citizens in Singapore, then-Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports* (MCYS) commissioned NSCC 2011. It was conducted at an important time when the first baby boomers (born between 1947-1964) began reaching retirement age. Households with at least one person aged 55 and above were surveyed with a total of 5,000 senior citizens being successfully interviewed.