Aidha’s Mission

Aidha offers courses for domestic workers in money management, communication, computer and entrepreneurship.

Aidha’s mission is to help migrant domestic workers and low-income Singaporean women achieve economic independence through financial education, wealth creation and entrepreneurship.

Founded in 2006, Aidha is an award-winning charity with Institution of Public Character (IPC) status. We have 500 students currently enrolled in our programmes.

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What’s New

New Sunday Classes Starting in June 2024! 📅

We are opening new Module 1 – Manage Your Money & Tech classes on Sunday, 9 June 2024. Register online below!

MDW click here | Employer click here

Ride for Aidha 2024 🚴🏼‍♀️

Join our campaign for the education and empowerment of women! Between 18 April and 30 June 2024, the Ride for Aidha campaign hopes to raise funds in support of life-changing courses for migrant domestic workers and low-income women.

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Our Courses

Our courses teach students communication and confidence, computer and tech skills and, most importantly, how to save and invest in productive assets, and how to start a small business.

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  • Module 1

    Manage Your
    Money & Tech

    Learn how to save and invest

  • Module 2

    Plan Your
    Financial Future

    Develop your personal financial plan
    and learn to achieve it

  • Module 3

    Start Your

    Learn how to start and
    manage a business

  • Elective

    Improve Your English

    Improve your communication and confidence

I believe that education is the best foundation of oneself…It’s a huge transformation that Aidha initiates.

Norma Casinova, Aidha Alumna 2012, proud owner of a rice farm, a pig pen and other plantations.

Aidha Alumna Achieve

  • 78%

    increase in monthly savings

  • 100%

    increase in ownership of productive assets

  • 40%

    of alumna start their own business

1 woman impacts at least 9 other lives,

by sharing what she has earned and learned with her family members and friends, by starting a business and employing others.

Marilyn Orit, Aidha Alumna from the Philippines

After typhoon Yolanda, her father, mother and sister were hospitalised from water contamination. Then she came up with the business idea of setting up a water refilling station in her village. She opened a water station with her sister in September 2016.

Students at Aidha truly go through a transformative journey as they progress throughout our courses. They have hopes and dreams, and with Aidha they develop the capabilities and spirit to achieve these dreams.

Jacqueline Loh, CEO Aidha

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