• INSPIRASI@AMP provides marriage preparation and enrichment for minor Muslim couples, where at least one party is below the age of 21 at the point of marriage. Starting from July 2016, the INSPIRASI programmes have been extended to Muslim young couples, where grooms are aged 21 to 24 years old.

    Conducted in collaboration with the Registry of Muslim Marriages (ROMM), the couples are required to attend premarital consultation and marriage preparation workshops, which include the Young Couples Programme and Parents Support Group.

  • The young couples will be assessed based on their readiness for marriage. The session will also identify and address any potential issues that may affect the couples’ marriage, as well as discuss post-marriage plans.

    Counsellors also meet the couples’ parents to assess the level of functional support from them.

    The issues that are usually uncovered during these sessions include:

    • Insufficient financial preparedness
    • Insufficient knowledge about family planning
    • Lack of functional support from parents
    • Lack of understanding and ability to perform the various roles and responsibilities in marriage
    • Rigidity in applying principles about gender roles
    • Limited communication and conflict management skills


    The couples and their families will then be introduced to the marriage preparation workshops, as well as other programmes and services provided by INSPIRASI@AMP, to support couples in their marital journey.

  • The Young Couples Programme is aimed at enabling these young couples to build a strong and stable marriage, as well as become responsible parents. Problem-solving, life skills and moral values are imparted to the couples in an effort to strengthen family ties.

  • Parents of the young couples are also equipped with the skills and knowledge to help and support their newly-married children through their marital journey.

    The sessions will review the expectations of in-law relationship, identify roles and responsibilities of parents and parents-in-law, as well as identify ways to provide the young couples with support and encourage independence.

  • Call the AMP Helpline at 6416 3960 or 6416 3961 to make an appointment for assessment.

    For further enquiries about the programme, email to helpliners@amp.org.sg.