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SOCIETY FOR MEN'S HEALTH (SINGAPORE)

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What does SOCIETY FOR MEN'S HEALTH (SINGAPORE) do?

The Society for Men's Health (Singapore) is dedicated to promoting a physically and socially active aging male, helping males age well through research into social, biological, and clinical aspects of aging. They aim to create opportunities and rehabilitate aging men while supporting the vision of a society for all ages. Their mission includes providing education about aging by expanding knowledge on all aspects of aging, promoting positive attitudes towards aging, and raising public awareness about aging and its consequences.

Founded

2002

People

lee king chien, joe, teo chang seng colin, elias tam tak chuen, ronny tan, lee fang jann, ng kok kit, simon chong shih jian, jonathan teo shunming, darren goh wee yian, caroline low bee leng

Causes

No PovertyHealth & Wellness

Highlights

  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2002
  • Published yearly Annual Reports

Society Impact

  • Improved physical and mental well-being for men through education, research, and rehabilitation programs.
  • Increased social activity among aging males, enabling them to continue contributing to family and community life.
  • Promotion of a positive attitude towards aging and raising public awareness about the consequences of aging.
  • Encouragement and promotion of research into all aspects of aging, including disease prevention and cure.
  • Networking with local health authorities, specialists, care providers, voluntary welfare organizations, and non-governmental organizations to further the society's objectives.
  • Establishment of an academic institute for men's health studies, expanding knowledge on aging and its consequences.