The women’s families’ well-being improved as well, as they did not have to worry about securing a roof over their heads.
SINGAPORE – A radical initiative to provide free housing to low-income single mothers for up to two years has found that many of the women were able to find better-paying jobs as a result.
Their families’ well-being improved as well, as they did not have to worry about securing a roof over their heads.
These were among the findings of a study of the Association of Women for Action and Research’s (Aware) Support, Housing and Enablement (S.H.E) Project, which was piloted in 2018 and ended last year.
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