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Geylang Adventures

We explore the community and understand it as an ecosystem with different groups of people co-existing with one another. With our love for preserving this delicate ecosystem, we seek to support the various groups by doing a range of projects. Come discover more of what we do.

Migrant Mission

Taking time to appreciate our nation builders

Migrant workers are a huge part of the Geylang community. Most of them have built the infrastructure we enjoy in Singapore brick by brick. Yet, we shun them and treat them as outsiders, even to the point of marginalization. To show our gratitude, we organize projects to work with the migrant worker community in one small way or another.

Projects
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Be kind,
for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle

Core Belief

Mission

We're on a Mission to discover heartland adventures and support causes close to our hearts

Community

We involve like-minded people to collaborate with us, where they have a chance to use their skills to give back

Volunteer with Us

Care

We care about our neighborhood and the people in it

Connect

Pushing our limits multi tasking as panelist and judge for Social Startup Challenge 2018 yesterday!

Exciting ideas and great effort from all presentations, congratulations to all winners and thank you for having us!
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[A safer workplace for all] I have raised the issue of workplace safety several times in Parliament and I remain concerned that they may be an under reporting of work-related accidents. I feel that there might be a better system to ensure that work-related accidents are reported which will help us improve workplace safety. As such, I've filed the following Parliamentary Question for the sitting on 19 February: “To ask the Minister for Manpower (a) what is the number of workplace injuries reported in the past five years; and (b) whether the Ministry will consider adopting a system of workplace injury reporting based on (i) diagnosis of a specified list of common work-related injuries requiring medical treatment and (ii) requirement of treatment in a hospital without any time threshold such as used in the US (Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970), Australia (Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004) and the UK (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013).” What do you think 🤔 Help "Share" and spread the word 😊 Thanks! #LouisNgParliamentaryQuestions #WeLoveNeeSoonEast #NeeSoonCares #HomeWithAHeart Singapore Ministry of Manpower

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[Lobang Alert]

Do you have someone that inspires you through their lives or work?

Nominate a youth now!
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Know of a youth who's doing great work but going unnoticed? It's time to share their story and inspire others! Nominate them for the Singapore Youth Award 2018 here: bit.ly/SYA2018nominations

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