About Us

Introduction

Jamiyah Welfare Department (JWD) was established in 1974. It is among societies providing care and assistance to those in need, such as the disabled, less fortunate, widows, orphans and families of drug detainees. It has three services which are the free medical clinic, free legal clinic as well as the bi-monthly food ration.

Some of the cases are referred by the Prison Department, the Housing Development Board, the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS), Community Development Council (CDC), Member of Parliaments (MPs) and other Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Some of the cases are those who come forward to seek assistance and help.

The assistance mentioned above is open to all and sundry in Singapore regardless of race or religion.

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Services

Food Ration

Jamiyah gives out bi-monthly food ration to those in need of help. Please click here for more information.

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Medical Clinic

Jamiyah provides free medical clinic for the health needs and basic medical services to the public especially

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Legal Clinic

Jamiyah has a panel of Muslim and non-Muslim volunteer lawyers; providing free legal advice and counselling to clients

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Counselling

Jamiyah has a panel of Muslim and non-Muslim volunteer lawyers; providing free legal advice and counselling to clients

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Highlights

Food Ration Distribution Exercise 2012

8 33 pm April 11, 2017

The raison d’etre of a Muslim organization is to spread the correct values in the best possible comely and diplomatic manner. In these volatile times, it entails focusing and researching on the spiritual and moral needs of people through a versatile and pragmatic.

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