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58 Bedok North Street 3, Singapore , Singapore , SG
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Wet Tropical

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Urban, Residential, Community, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Muhammadiyah Welfare Home (MWH) is a children’s’ Home that provides shelter and 24/7 residential care and protection for boys between the ages of 10 and 17 years. Appointed by the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and gazetted under the Children and Young Persons Act Cap 38, the boys consist of those who are neglected, abused or homeless; are juvenile offenders and those beyond parental control. They are referred to the Home by MSF, the courts and other social work agencies. Engage MWH residents in community farming as a form to develop passion in understanding nature and promotes healthy outdoor regime. Provide a platform for the MWH residents appreciate ECO-RECYCLING awareness is our responsibility Showcase GREEN CITY is all about caring for NATURE and possible to do it in Singapore, starting from the MWH Healthy MIND, Healthy BODY needs HEALTHY SOURCE of FOOD Organic Farming is FUN and LIFE SKILLS each of us should be equip with Enables MWH to be an organisation that provides and consume it’s own organic food source for it’s residents.

Project Description

Provide platform for the MWH residents to inculcate a sense of pride as this program represent a possible first of its kind in Singapore in establishing as showcase of sustainable farming and ecology lifestyle. Provide platform for MWH residents to participate in growing organic farm and learn on the concept of PERMACULTURE


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