MSF encourages and supports social research in line with policies and also makes available statistics and reports compiled by MSF to researchers.
Taskforce on Family Violence Report: Tackling Family Violence: Awareness. Prevention. Protection. Accountability
This report by the multi-stakeholder Taskforce on Family Violence intends to improve immediate support for survivors, enhance protection fo them, prevent violence from recurring, and raise awareness of early warning signs.
Occasional Paper: Understanding the Intergenerational Transmission of Criminality in Singapore
MSF and NCSS have produced an occasional paper that examines the impact of parental criminality on child criminality in Singapore.
Family Preservation by Safe and Strong Families (SSF) Programme: Practitioner’s Resource Guide
The guide introduces readers to Intensive Family Preservation in the Singapore context. Designed with practitioners in mind, this guide is also relevant for professionals, such as educators in tertiary institutions, policymakers, and supervisors.
Occasional Paper: Improving the Lives of Low-Income and Vulnerable Families in Singapore
This paper sets out the Singapore Government’s approach to improve the lives of low-income and vulnerable families in Singapore.
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.
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).
Report of the Committee on Ageing Issues, 2006
Report on the recommendations by Committee on Ageing Issues on making growing old in Singapore a pleasant and fulfilling experience.
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.
FM!S: Annual Report 2001/2002
Released by Family Matters! Singapore (FM!S), this report serves as a public education blueprint to help build strong and stable families in Singapore.