Aidha is an award-winning Singapore-registered charity. Our mission is to provide financial literacy and self-development skills to migrant domestic workers and lower income women to enable them and their families to break out of the cycle of poverty. Started initially under the auspices of UNIFEM (now UN Women), Aidha became an organisation in its own right in 2006. Since its inception, Aidha has impacted more than 5,000 women and their families and communities. We attained much-coveted IPC (Institution of Public Character) status in 2015 and have retained it ever since.
Aidha provides training in money management, computer skills, leadership entrepreneurship and English. We usually conduct classes on Sundays (when most migrant domestic workers have their day off) at our main campus at United World College (UWC) in Dover and recently opened a satellite campus at the FAST Hub near Eunos. At any given time, Aidha typically has 400-500 students attending classes and a pool of 150-200 active volunteers conducting these classes. Due to Covid-19 precautions, our UWC campus is currently still closed and most of Aidha’s classes and learning sessions have been offered online.
Aidha is a small but successful organisation, now in an exciting stage of growth and scaling up of its operations.
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