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What does Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd do?

Babes Pregnancy Crisis Support Ltd is a non-profit organization that provides emotional and practical assistance to teenagers aged 21 and below facing unplanned pregnancies, empowering them with information and resources for informed decision making. Our "mother-centric" approach focuses on nurturing long-term support from family, friends, volunteers, and the community, promoting a normal life for teenage mothers. We advocate for an inclusive society that does not marginalize or estrange pregnant teens.




sophie ana binti mohamed harith kassim, chua yang, ang kim hwa kelvin (hong jinhua, kelvin), perlman elizabeth lena, peng chai wei, tan hai yong


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  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2013
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Increased awareness and understanding of teenage pregnancy among young individuals aged 21 and below, helping them make informed decisions about their unplanned pregnancies.
  • Reduced marginalization and estrangement experienced by pregnant teenagers through advocacy for a more inclusive society.
  • Empowerment of teenage mothers to make responsible decisions regarding their pregnancy, with support from family, friends, volunteers, and the wider community.
  • Provision of emotional support, information, and resources to empower teenagers in crisis situations related to unplanned pregnancies.
  • A 24-hour helpline as a friendly and non-threatening medium for teens in crisis to contact the organization, making it

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Program Expense Ratio

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