HealthServe is a
community development organisation dedicated to serving the interests of the migrants, disadvantaged and poor in the local community, regardless of ethnicity, gender, language and religion.
Risky Business: Death & Injury on Singapore's Construction Sites
Examining Worksite (Un)Safety Through Conversations with Migrant Construction Workers. A Preliminary Research Paper - September 2014
"I Don't Care If It's Safe or Not"
The accident took place in March 2013 and, more than a year later, Liu continues to wait for his workmen's compensation, his situation complicated by attempts to recover several thousands in illegal kickbacks.
All Night Long: The 24-hour Shift
"During a 24-hour shift, you only rest during lunch and dinner, there is no other rest break."
More Than Broken Bones
The construction sector is the most dangerous industry in Singapore. It had the highest fatality injury rate in 2012 across sectors, and things only got worse in 2013.
This website is developed with
co-funding support from the
VWOs-Charities Capability Fund (VCF).
F.I.T. Youth Soccer Club
We hold soccer training for youths every Saturday at Stadio@Fairway!
JAHOC: How did it all begin?
What would a celebratory fundraising event that embodies the spirit of HealthServe look like?
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