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RESPONDING TO THE NEEDS OF WORKERS 12 MAY 2020



12 May 2020 – Responsive to the need, Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach has completed delivery of sufficient quantities of sanitizers to Tuas South Dormitory for every room so that workers can keep their hands and surroundings clean.

Lead volunteer Anthony Liew explains, “In these challenging times, we are glad to support our foreign friends and our long-term partner Tuas South Dormitory, coming alongside the joint task force team deployed. We stand ready to source and supply @ their request to help in their fight against COVID-19.”

PPCC Outreach is grateful for the support of its sponsoring partners:
• Hand Sanitizer solution from Singapore Red Cross (www.redcross.sg)
• Specially formulated surface sanitizers for Covid-19 situation by chemical manufacturing company The AKRON (S) Pte Ltd (www.akron.sg) and Performance Janitorial Supplies Pte Ltd (www.performancetect.sg).

Read about PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.





























HE WAS BLESSED, AND NOW HE BLESSES OTHERS 01 MAY 2020



1 May 2020 - On Labour Day, Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach volunteer Solomon Nathan personally delivered essential supplies of food and spices, masks and hand / surface sanitizers to foreign friends.

Solomon came from India in 2000 as a work permit holder. Fast forward to 2020 - he is now an Operations Manager of a freight forwarding company and blessed with a happy family.

Solomon explains “I will never forget the grace of God in my life - how he changed me and blessed me. Now I must care for other friends and brothers. To whom much is given, much is required. It is more blessed to give than to receive.”

PPCC Outreach is grateful for the support of its sponsoring partners:
• Reusable masks from First Asian Team Underwater Rugby (www.fatuwr.com)
• Hand Sanitizer solution from Singapore Red Cross (www.redcross.sg)
• Specially formulated surface sanitizers for Covid-19 situation by chemical manufacturing company The AKRON (S) Pte Ltd (www.akron.sg) and Performance Janitorial Supplies Pte Ltd (www.performancetect.sg).

Read about PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.





























PPCC Outreach launches online English classes with first batch of 40 volunteer teachers (29 April 2020)



29 April 2020 – To encourage and support our foreign friends during this time, Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach has launched online English classes to engage our foreign friends personally. Responsive to the request of several workers, the first batch of 40 volunteer teachers stepped forward to be trained to serve during this Circuit Breaker period.

Leading the effort is volunteer Master Teacher James Wong, a safety professional who has impacted the safety of migrant workers for the past 20 years. He is supported by the following volunteers:

• Albert Nair (Consultant) has worked with migrant workers in the construction industry for the past 38 years.
• Esther Wong (Curriculum Specialist) has taught English and communication for the past 19 years and has designed the curriculum to specially engage our foreign friends conversationally about their family, fears and specific situations during their COVID-19 lockdown period.
• Esther Kwan (Project Administrator) has been an educator for the past 15 years, and now specializes in educational leadership.

Master Teacher James Wong explains, “The best way to support our workers now while they are under lockdown is personal engagement with them to add value to their language training, and provide them an avenue to chat about their worries. We are their friends, and we hope these relationships will last beyond this period of COVID-19.”

PPCC Outreach is grateful to work with the following sponsoring partners for this effort: Grace Independent Baptist Church (www.gibc.sg); Faith Independent Baptist Church; Grace Baptist Ministries (www.gbm.sg) and New Testament Baptist Church (www.myntbc.org).

The management of Tuas South Dormitory warmly welcomes the PPCC Outreach effort to engage and encourage their residents meaningfully during this time.

Read about Tuas South Dormitory at www.tuassouthdormitory.com.sg and PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.














































DISINFECTANTS FOR FOREIGN FRIENDS 24 APR 2020



24 April 2020 - Pasir Panjang Christ Church’s charity arm Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach delivered 1000 bottles of disinfectant solution to Tuas South Dormitory to assist the workers in cleaning their own rooms.

We are grateful to partner with Grace Independent Baptist Church (www.gibc.sg) whose generous sponsorship made this delivery possible.

Read about Tuas South Dormitory at www.tuassouthdormitory.com.sg and PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.
















ENCOURAGEMENT VIDEO: STAY STRONG, MY FRIEND!





17 April 2020 - In line with Tuas South Dormitory’s preventive lockdown today, PPCC Outreach has released a video designed to provide emotional and mental support to our foreign friends.

The encouragement video entitled “Stay strong, my friend” is released with 6 languages together with personal video encouragement by various English teachers to their students.

Since the Foreign Friends Ministry began in 2013 (then at Soon Lee RC for migrant workers), PPCC Outreach has registered a total attendance of close to 4000 foreign friends at English classes and health screenings. The video is dedicated to the 4000 workers who have become our friends and to all foreign workers in Singapore during COVID-19.

Read about Tuas South Dormitory at www.tuassouthdormitory.com.sg and PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.



















COVID-19 SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN FRIENDS 17 APR 2020



On the Bengali and Tamil New Year’s Day 14 April 2020, Pasir Panjang Christ Church’s charity arm Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach delivered 8,000 reusable masks to its partner Tuas South Dormitory. This is in addition to over 1,000 surgical masks previously delivered on 9 April 2020.

Financial assistance to our foreign friends is also being offered by PPCC Outreach’s English teachers to their English students.

Pastor Joshua Wong explains, “Workers are worried about their families back home who depend on them for their daily needs. Many of them have indicated they now have reduced overtime and work opportunities, and thus less pay. Since our volunteer teachers are in contact with individual students, we are thankful that we can demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ to them.”

Tuas South Dormitory currently houses close to 8,000 workers and is managed by Nexus Point Investments. Dormitory Manager Mr Than Lin Htaik says: “We are grateful for the partnership with PPCC Outreach over the years. Our joint response to the COVID-19 situation shows our commitment to work together for the benefit of our foreign friends.”

Read about Tuas South Dormitory at www.tuassouthdormitory.com.sg and PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.





























SHARING MASKS WITH OUR FOREIGN FRIENDS 10 Apr 2020



COVID-19 fear is now very real to our migrant workers living in close proximity in dormitories.

Pasir Panjang Christ Church’s charity arm Project Peace Community Care (PPCC) Outreach delivered over 1,000 surgical masks on Thursday 9 April to workers at Tuas South Dormitory. Efforts are underway to secure 8,000 reusable masks – all to be funded by loving church members. Although the Ministry of Manpower has stated it will supply reusable masks to migrant workers, the dormitory management has not yet been notified of supply and the additional masks supplied by PPCC Outreach are deeply appreciated by both dormitory management and residents.

PPCC Outreach and Tuas South Dormitory are long-term partners. Since 2017, volunteers from PPCC Outreach run free English classes and health screening for the benefit of the workers there. When news of the first clusters in other migrant workers’ dormitories were first reported, PPCC Outreach touched base with management and workers @ Tuas South Dormitory and responded immediately.

Pastor Joshua Wong explains: “We responded to the need because we consider our migrant workers as friends. Many volunteers have their personal contact numbers and keep in touch to encourage them. These men come here to earn a living, but they are a key contributor to Singapore’s economic well-being. They are our friends, and we should treat them as such. Our aim is to help protect our friends regardless of race, nationality, language or religion and hopefully reduce the risk of their dormitory becoming a cluster. It’s Good Friday week and as Christians, we should reflect the love of Jesus Christ who gave His life for us.”

Tuas South Dormitory currently houses close to 8,000 workers and is managed by Nexus Point Investments. Dormitory Manager Mr Than Lin Htaik says: “We are grateful for the partnership with PPCC Outreach over the years. Our joint response to the COVID-19 situation shows our commitment to work together for the benefit of our foreign friends.”

Read about Tuas South Dormitory at www.tuassouthdormitory.com.sg and PPCC Outreach’s Foreign Friends Ministry at www.ppccoutreach.com.