2020 was truly an unimaginable year, but amidst all the challenges that it brought, 2020 also gave us plenty of reasons to be grateful.
During the pandemic, OnePPIS joined hands to create, innovate, pivot and most importantly, remain resilient. Our staff went out of their way to keep things going when most of the world came to a grinding halt. Their efforts ensured women and families had access to a safe space.
I am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of an organisation which is unwavering in her mission to inspire women and strengthen families.
I am also grateful to be among women leaders whose compassion led to new initiatives for women during these tough times, such as the WIN Fund which offers women one more avenue to seek help so no one is left behind. PPIS will continue to work with our partners so we can support women to achieve their aspirations.
The 25th PPIS Board brings together experts from various fields and is a harmonious balance of the young and the experienced. We will keep the Conversations on Women’s development going because all that we do, we do for you.
It’s full steam ahead for PPIS in 2021, as we look forward to achieving one more first – a halfway house for women so they can reconnect with their family, friends, and the community.
We also look forward to celebrating Vista Sakinah’s 10th anniversary, and upgrading our Family Service Centre (West) and Student Care Centre Jurong to serve you better.
In 2021, we are hopeful that things are looking up. As you get on the road to recovery, remember that OnePPIS is always here with you, across the different phases of your life.
On behalf of the 25th PPIS Board, may you have a healthier and happier 2021.
– Mdm Hazlina Abdul Halim, President
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