MARCHING TO OUR OWN BEAT

MARCHING TO OUR OWN BEAT

14 Oustanding women inducted into the Singapore Women's Hall of Fame

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ST. MARGARET'S SCHOOL HONOURS ALUMNAE

ST. MARGARET'S SCHOOL HONOURS ALUMNAE

A surprise special assembly was held for students on their first day back at St. Margaret’s Secondary School 

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TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS – THANK YOU!

TO ALL OUR VOLUNTEERS – THANK YOU!

We wouldn't be able to do it and would be nothing without you!

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ONE VOICE FOR ALL

ONE VOICE FOR ALL

The National Co-ordinating Body for Women's Organisations in Singapore

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An Eventful November with Members

icon 80x80 presidentsforum2016-02As technology advances rapidly, information has to be documented in an appropriate format so that it can be retrieved with ease later on. But technological advancements, we have more avenues to preserve essential information, therefore, giving us no excuse not to do so.

Preparing for Life and Death

icon 80x80 preparingforlifeanddeathOur biggest take away from this is that as much as we do not want these situations to happen, it is always better to be prepared. We hope this gets you thinking about these issues as well!

Having More Women on Boards is a Business Imperative

icon 80x80 BoardAgenderDACSince BoardAgender started tracking women’s representation on boards in 2011 with the launch of the BoardAgender–CGIO (Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations at NUS) diversity report, women’s representation on boards has been improving and has reached 9.7% as at end June 2016 from 6.9% in 2011.

Over A Cuppa

icon 80x80 new2utea2016There is something about a cup of coffee or tea that fosters connection and fuels conversations between people. When someone says “Let’s grab a cuppa”, it also means “Let us connect and share thoughts and ideas.” – This is exactly what took place in SCWO when the current New2U Chairperson, Ms Joanna Portilla, met up with the New2U volunteers on 29 August 2016.

Other Activities

Cancer Screening Services at No Cost

icon 80x80 scslogoCancer is the leading cause of death in Singapore. 1 in 3 deaths is attributable to cancer. As such, regular cancer screening is important. Cancer screening helps to detect cancer at an early stage when treatment offers a better chance of a cure. Early detection saves lives.