CampVision Expedition Cambodia
AMF sponsored the cost of vaccinating
25 participants on CampVision Expedition 2008 to do charity work in Siem Reap
and Phnom Penh, Cambodia in December 2008. The 14 youths are from VWO and
family centres such as Jamiyah Children's Home, Boys' Town, Gracehaven, The
Salvation Army, Student Care Service (Yishun & Clementi). AMF supports such
youth development efforts involving children under the care of these social
A word of thanks from CampVision 2008 (Photo
Boys Brigade Sri Lanka Trip
AMF paid for the vaccinations for 20
participants from Boys Brigade heading to Sri Lanka to do post-Tsunami charity
work. Their mission was to plant 100 trees working in collaboration with Touch
Community Services. Such projects help develop the leadership skills in these
Polytechnic youths and enhance their compassion for the needy.
Boys Brigade Siem Reap Trip
AMF funded the cost of vaccinations for
34 participants from Boys Brigade to do charity work in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The students are from a neighbourhood school and most of them would be leaving
the country for the first time. This expedition benefited these secondary three
boys in developing their independence and widened their exposure.
Project Lokun to Khon Kaen
AMF provided medical supplies to
Singapore Medical Society London to assist them in their charity project in
Thailand. The support from AMF is an endorsement of the humanitarian effort by
these future Singapore doctors and is in line with AMF's mission to encourage
such practices especially in aid of the needy. The project touched 18 inspired
undergrads, 50 members of International Club KK University, 50 Thai school
children and 140 adult villagers.
credit: Project Lokun)
AMF supplied a standby ambulance with paramedic for Kebun
Bahru Youth Committee outreach project for elderly. As it was a community activity involving the elderly, it was
essential to provide this service.
Shwe Yi Myint Myanmar child
AMF supported the corrective operations
for Shwe Yi Myint from Myanmar, aged 10 with bilateral neglected club feet. She
comes from a poor family and her mother works for a missionary organisation in
Myanmar. The child was brought to Singapore with her family and both operations
were a great success.
Project Lokun to Pursat
In June 2007, Yong
Loo Lin School of Medicine NUS took on the challenge to help setup a wellness
centre in Cambodia. They treated more than 250 patients. AMF donated 30,000
tabs of deworming medicines to the team. 10,000 were distributed to students.
The team covered 4 locations - Keov Mony, Pursat Church, Kampong Luon and Chnok
Thru. The team comprised 18 students and 8 doctors. Project website: www.projectlokun.org
Dental Care for Needy Myanmar Children
In response to an
appeal, AMF donated Toothbrushes & Toothpaste to 200 needy children in
Yangon and Bago in Myanmar.