Aidha offers courses for helpers in money management, communication, computer and entrepreneurship.
Aidha’s mission is to help foreign 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.
Extension of Campus Closure
Given the public health situation, all classes (including weekday classes) and activities remain postponed indefinitely. We will continue to provide regular updates on the situation as we learn of them and appreciate your understanding and support during this time. More information here.
Ride for Aidha at OCBC Cycle 2020 Virtual Ride – Latest update
This year, our event goes virtual as part of OCBC Cycle 2020 Virtual Ride. This exciting free cycling event offers the opportunity to take part in the ride flexibly at your own convenience during the event period, whilst respecting safe distancing. More information here.
Unspoken Life Photography Competition – Open to all FDWs!
Do you enjoy capturing the world around you? Share your view of the world with us and join Aidha’s 4th annual photography competition. Stand a chance to win up to $500 for the grand prize winner! Find out more here.
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.
Money & Tech
Learn how to save and invest
Develop your personal financial plan
and learn to achieve it
Learn how to start and
manage a business
Improve Your English
Improve your communication and confidence
Norma Casinova, Aidha Alumni 2012, proud owner of a rice farm, a pig pen and other plantations.
increase in monthly savings
increase in ownership of productive assets
of alumni 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.
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.
Jacqueline Loh, CEO Aidha
Started a bakery
Plans to start a fashion business end of 2018
Worked in Singapore from 2011 to 2018
Owner of an online tea business
Started a NGO in Sri Lanka
TedX speaker Singapore 2015
Worked in Singapore from 2001 to 2015
Finalist, Aidha Business Plan Competition 2017
Plans to start a pizzeria in her village in 2020
In Singapore since 2008
Successfully invested in a goat and a pig farm
Worked in Singapore from 2005 to 2018
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