Right now, one in ten women in Singapore report experiencing physical or sexual violence. This woman, who we have named “Anna”, could be anyone. Anna could be your neighbor, your boss, or the woman next to you on the bus. By sharing narratives of true events or stories inspired by true events, Help Anna raises awareness about the different types of violence that women of all backgrounds are exposed to. Raise your voice to help Anna by taking the pledge to end violence against women. Starting in Singapore, together we can create a world free of violence against women and girls.
About The Logo
The As in Anna's name are actually delta signs, as the delta represents change. Our aim is to change the narrative of those who have experienced gender violence from victim to survivor, passive to active. However, you'll notice the delta signs are not completely closed. This is because change is a healing process that takes time.
We support the general mission of UN Women throughout the region by raising awareness and funding for the following focus areas:
Ending Violence Against Women
We promote actions to eliminate violence against women, including projects in the areas of HIV/AIDS, female infanticide, trafficking, forced prostitution, domestic violence, sexual abuse, rape, and other forms of abuse.
We support women in developing livelihood, business, and entrepreneurial skills that will enable them to access local, national, and global markets. Projects also assist women in gaining access to financial services, technology and information.
Governance & Leadership
We amplify the voices and visibility of women and girls by encouraging their participation in the decisions that shape their lives.
About Singapore Committee for UN Women
Singapore Committee for UN Women is a self-funded Singapore-based organisation aimed at supporting local, regional, and global programs that provide women and young girls with access to leadership development, economic independence, and a life free of violence and abuse.
Right now, one in ten women in Singapore report experiencing physical or sexual violence. This woman, who we
have named “Anna,” could be your neighbour, your boss, or the woman next to you on the bus.