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Empowering Migrant Workers

During the COVID-19 outbreak, Kitesong Global had the privilege to engage and empower Singapore's migrant workers in their journeys toward better health.

Together with other health institutions and partners, we created multilingual, multimodal health literate resources, face-to-face workshops, and social media activities to engage migrant workers.

Today, the effort has snowballed into a nationwide platform called "My Brother SG" which aims to ensure a nationally coordinated effort in RCCE (risk communication and community engagement) for better health among migrant workers.

Our Partners

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Our Impact During Covid-19

resources for health education

All of the resources are health-literate and culturally sensitive.  They are freely available in 8 languages including Bengali, Tamil, Hindi, Mandarin, Telugu, Burmese and Thai.


health booklets produced to address COVID-19 and mental health

covid-19 health booklets


health booklets distributed to migrant workers


health posters put up

in dorms, community care facilities, and swab isolation facilities

social media engagement

My Brother SG shares health tips and news for migrant workers on Facebook.


Workers are engaged through:

  • Regular Facebook Live sessions hosted by medical doctors to answer health-related questions 

  • Informative comics and infographics

  • Mythbuster videos which address common misunderstandings about COVID-19 and other topics

  • Interactive contests and health quizzes

face-to-face engagements with migrant workers

We conduct workshops to empower workers to be health ambassadors within their own communities.


Through our Kitesong art therapy workshop, we share hope amidst this time of crisis.

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Workers wrote their dreams on kites as a symbol of staying hopeful

face-to-face engagement with migrant workers
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Risk Communications and Community Engagement in A Pandemic: Dr Tam Wai Jia

Risk Communications and Community Engagement in A Pandemic: Dr Tam Wai Jia

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training for face-to-face engagements


We create RCCE training videos for those interested in conducting face-to-face engagements with migrant workers.

Volunteer With My Brother SG

The team continues to work alongside volunteers and partners to promote better physical, mental and psychological health among migrant workers.

Join the team to make a difference!

Our heartfelt thanks goes to the countless volunteers
who gave their love and time into my brother sg.

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Special thanks to

Dr Tam Wai Jia

Goh Eck Kheng

Sharon Saik

Dr Lois Hong
Dr Teoh Hock Luen
Dr June Koh
Woodlands Health Campus (Community Isolation Facility@EXPO)
Project Call to Love (CLOVE), NUHS


A/Prof Malcolm Mahadevan
Prof Dale Fisher
Prof Aymeric Lim
Prof Chong Yap Seng

Mercy Relief 



Telugu Translators

Arwa Anis Hussain

Aastha Srivastava

Mehek Gupta

Arsha Aggarwal

Abhinav Raman

Neelam Rawat

Sanjana Subramanian

Vikita Chandnani

Aishwarya Nishikant Kunte

Shrishti Mishra

Bhavya Gupta

Nima Mukherjee

Avani Jain

Kankana Mukhopadhyay

Madisetty Vaishnavi

Aswani Govindaraju
Swetha Nittala
Ramarao Govindaraju
Siddharth Govindaraju
Dr Rama Padma

Rishikesh Nittala

Dadi Santosh Amoghraj

Mysore Padmasini

Dr Daniel John

KVR Vardhani

Siram Bhavana

Aswini Tara Akunuri

Sushmita Patnala

Sai Tejaswi Gudideni

Nistala Usha Gayatri

Aavishka Ragam

Kirthi Rachakonda

Keerthana Mallavarapu

Sundari Nittala

Mandarin Translators






Grace Tan Soo Woon