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Abortion In Singapore: The Essential Guide (2020)
1 in 3 women worldwide will have an abortion in their lifetime. This in-depth guide answers all the most common questions about getting an Abortion in Singapore.
Two women offer to adopt infant found in rubbish bin
But he showed an instinct for survival by crying loudly to alert two cleaners, who then rescued him from the bin.Now two women have come forward to offer the infant a home after reading about his traumatic experience in The New Paper yesterday.
Baby found in rubbish bin: Support network in place for distressed pregnant women, say social workers
Source: The Straits Times
When an abandoned baby is found, the Ministry of Social and Family Development’s (MSF) Child Protective Service will arrange for the child’s immediate care, while police investigate the case.
Teenage pregnancy in Singapore: How Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support is helping teens in need
Being a teenager in Singapore, or anywhere in the world for that matter, can be a rather challenging time in life (for them and us!). Being a pregnant teenager is a whole different ballgame. Society has a long way to go in becoming more accepting of young parents, and even with the best will in the world, we all know that ‘accidents’ can happen, no matter how clued up on contraception a teenager (or any person having sex for that matter!) is.
Rejected And Beaten By Her Family, All This Teen Mum Wanted Was A Safe Space To Call Home
Source: THE PRIDE
She walks confidently through the doors with baby in arm, accompanied by her partner. Despite her small frame, she exudes a fiery energy. And she has a smile so bright you wouldn’t believe that not too long ago, her life was a complete…
Jumlah remaja Melayu bawah 21 tahun yang terlanjur meningkat sejak 5 tahun lalu: BABES
Source: BERITA mediacorp
‘The number of pregnant Malay teenagers below 21 years has increased over the last 5 years:…
Talent Conversation with Carrie Seow
Source: SME PORTAL
Carrie Seow, Chairman of Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd, takes time out to reflect on Senior Leadership and what it means to her. Read this Talent Conversation to learn more about why she believes anything worth doing is worth doing well, change is constant and you need to be adaptable, and what she believes it takes to be successful in today’s changing marketplace.
Give a present by donating to a charity via online platform Gift-It-Forward
Source: The Straits Times
Rather than throw a party like she usually did, professional matchmaker Glenda Quek, 38, celebrated her birthday last year with a worthy cause.
Young, and a mum twice over: Study sheds light on successive pregnancies among girls
SINGAPORE – Amid recent court cases of men who got teenage girls pregnant more than once, a recent study by doctors at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (KKH) has shed light on the rate of successive pregnancies among girls in Singapore.
The Edge: A family affair
Source: THE EDGE
SINGAPORE (Mar 5): There is a saying in design circles that the best designs are the ones you do not even notice. They are so subtle, you take them for granted. A perfectly tactile light switch. The smooth swiping motion on your smartphone’s screen. The crown of a mechanical watch that makes satisfying clicks as you wind it.
Interview with Babes : Pregnancy Crisis Support
Source: Eleven Asia
Babes is a pregnancy crisis service that proactively reaches out to anyone aged 21 and below needing support and awareness of her options and is able to make an informed decision with regards to her pregnancy.
Ramadan Talks: Teenage pregnancy and marriage
More than 40 participants gathered for the second session of Gender Equality is Our Culture’s (GEC) Ramadan Talks, to learn more about the causes and consequences of teenage pregnancy and marriage within the Malay-Muslim community in Singapore.
Babes To The Rescue
Source: Catalyst Asia Stories
ut in their darkest hours, Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support is available for help. The four-year-old organisation backs unwed teenage mothers who decide to keep their babies. As of January this year, it has assisted close to 70 pregnant…
Babes: Commitment to assist pregnant teenage girls
In the journey of life, there is both joy and sadness. Whenever the sun rises, it soon beckons the night. When fate takes away the warmth of the day and leaves only the chill of the night, there would be those who would choose not to bow their heads down to fate. They would journey in the darkness with a heart full of determination to keep…
Big drop in number of teen pregnancies
Source: The Straits Times
The number of teenage girls getting pregnant in the past decade has dropped massively and it is not because fewer of them are having…
5 charities in Singapore you can donate old clothes and things to
Source: HER WORLD
Whether you’re doing your Chinese New Year spring-cleaning or moving, here’s where you can donate your old belongings to.
An 18-year-old Singaporean mum’s story
Source: The Asian Parent Singapore
A mother at the tender age of 18, find out how this Singaporean girl kept her secret until just one day before her expected due date and how her story turned out to have a happy…
Stories Featured in Hey Solo Sister (An initiative by NTU students)
Source: Hey Solo Sister
Hey Solo Sister is a communications campaign launched by four students from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication…
Babies born to teens the lowest in 25 years
The number of teenage girls getting pregnant in the past decade has dropped massively, and it is not because fewer of them are having sex. Instead, social workers say it is because today’s teens are just more savvy about using…
Teen births drop to 20-year low
The number of babies born to teenage girls in Singapore last year reached its lowest level in at least two decades. Last year, 404 were born to girls aged 19 and below, provisional figures from the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority…
Babes: Crisis Intervention For Pregnant Teens
Source: City News
Conducted by Jacinda Tan, program manager at BSS, the meet-and-greet session aimed to educate the volunteers and answer their questions about Babes, a crisis intervention program to support pregnant…