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Headline translated as:
“Social enterprise DOT enables women to be self-sufficient.”
“After receiving funding support from AWARE and JP Morgan, the Eldercare Program got a boost, and the 3 organizations aim to help 100 underprivileged women into the sector over 2 years.”
“To help interested candidates and partner employers in the sector gain insight into the various challenges of aging, DOT, AWARE & JP Morgan recently organized hand-in-hand a half-day aging simulation workshop.”
A CSR initiative by PC Dreams was featured in Lianhe Zaobao!
US President Obama mentions DOT’s Executive Director, Carrie, in his speech during the joint press conference with PM Lee Hsien Loong at the White House.
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Just Cause Asia is a social enterprise that promotes excellence in the non-profit sector and we’re really proud to be listed on JustCause Asia’s site as a recommended non-profit in Singapore. Check out their evaluation report of DOT here.
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Here’s the translation:
Article headline: Instilling confidence into the hearts of women
The article talks about the many initiatives and organisations that are helping women from low income families go back to work.
DOT is mentioned in the middle of the article as one of the non-Malay/Muslim organisations that help women to go back to work. It describes Employ to Empower as a programme that empowers women from families with low income or are undergoing financial difficulties, and describes the demographics and challenges of your beneficiaries. It also talks about how DOT works together with local companies to raise awareness and understanding within employers of the challenges women and other challenged groups face.
The last few paragraphs are focused on #asinglelove, stating that it’s a collaboration between AWARE, DOT and Kinetic. It also says that it will be launched next year, how the need for back-to-work support is an urgent need, and that this need for back to work programmes came up in AWARE’s research on single mothers.
Our Confidence Curriculum receives a boost with support and collaboration with YWCA Singapore in June – August 2015.
Read full article here.
Read full article in page 24-25 here.
DOT’s early days as a social enterprise providing sewing training and jobs to women in India.