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Singapore Silat Federation

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What does Singapore Silat Federation do?

The Singapore Silat Federation is dedicated to promoting physical activity for health and wellness, fostering community engagement and social inclusiveness through Pencak Silat. They unify, coordinate, sanction, and organize Pencak Silat activities in Singapore, including international tournaments and events. Their mission is to make Pencak Silat a mainstream sport in multi-racial Singapore, nurturing athletes with potential for competitive silat while promoting the sport's wellness benefits.

Founded

2011

People

mohd fadali bin mohd sani, hazliati binte abdul rahim, govindaraju sinnappan, zarina binte yahya, norshamsuddin bin abdul gani, zahrah bte mohd, abdul rashid bin mohd ibrahim, mohamed yasrin bin mohamed yasil, ainin bte jasni

Causes

Health & WellnessChildrenEducation

Highlights

  • Donations are tax-deductible
  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2011
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Promotion of physical activity for health and wellness, encouraging a more active lifestyle among individuals in Singapore.
  • Fostering community engagement and bonding through participation in Pencak Silat activities, promoting social inclusiveness and integration.
  • Inspiring the "Singapore Spirit" by using the sport of Pencak Silat as a platform for national pride and unity.
  • Unifying, coordinating, sanctioning, and organizing Pencak Silat activities in Singapore, including national and international tournaments and events.
  • Raising competitive standards among Pencak Silat athletes in Singapore to achieve sustainable elite-level performance at international competitions and multi-sport major games.
  • Providing sport pathways and opportunities for the progression and advancement of Penc

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