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$130 million disbursed under ComCare in FY2015

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09 Dec 2016

$130 million disbursed under ComCare in FY2015

The Government’s ComCare schemes disbursed $130 million to about 87,000 beneficiaries in FY2015. This was 10% higher than the previous year. The Ministry of Social and Family Development released these figures today (9 Dec) in its ComCare Annual Report and Trends Report.

22 Nov 2016

Invitation for Proposals: Open Selection Process for the Appointment of Fostering Agencies

Invitation for Proposals: Open Selection Process for the Appointment of Fostering Agencies

16 Nov 2016

Keynote address by Mr Tan Chuan-Jin at the National Family Violence Networking Systems Conference 2016

Keynote address by Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Social and Family Development at the National Family Violence Networking Systems Conference 2016


10 Nov 2016

Amendments to the Child Development Co-Savings Act

The Child Development Co-Savings Act (CDCA) will be amended to better support parents in caring for and bonding with their children. The key amendments will enhance paternity leave, shared parental leave and adoption leave schemes, as well as extend certain leave benefits to unwed parents.

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Child Care / Infant Care Subsidy


The child care and infant care subsidy is to help parents to defray some of the cost of child care fees and to ensure affordability and accessibility of child care services to all that require the services.

Home Ownership Plus Education (HOPE) Scheme


Provides comprehensive benefits to young, low-income families who choose to keep their family small so they can invest in their children's future and break out of the poverty cycle.

Government-Paid Child Care Leave Scheme


This Scheme enables parents to take paid childcare leave every year until their children turn 7 years old.

Baby Bonus Scheme


Get cash gifts; and open special savings accounts to benefit from CDA First Step grant and dollar-for-dollar matching for your baby. Baby Bonus helps parents lighten the financial costs of raising children. 

Medical Fee Exemption Card


This card covers standard medical and hospitalisation treatments at public healthcare institutions (including polyclinics) and intermediate and long term care (ILTC) institutions for needy residents of MOH-funded nursing homes, or MSF-funded sheltered and disability homes.

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