PUBLICATIONS

AMP’s annual report highlights its services, programmes and achievements for the year under review. Through our efforts in reaching out to the community and beyond, our education, social and training programmes have assisted clients from all walks of life.

You can view the full Annual Reports of the last five years by clicking on the respective images below.

This annual report is only available in digital format.

 

This annual report is only available in digital format.

 

This annual report is only available in digital format.

 

 

 

 

The Karyawan is a quarterly publication by AMP and its research subsidiary RIMA, which looks at the Malay/Muslim community’s progress over the last few years in the areas of education, economics and social development. The articles, which were contributed by members of the community, review key issues and trends that have emerged over the same period. The Karyawan is also available online at karyawan.sg.

 

You may also view the PDF version of past issues via the links below:

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

 

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For feedback, comments and suggestions on The Karyawan or any advertising enquiries, please email to Ms Winda at winda@amp.org.sg.

3RD CONVENTION JOURNAL

The Convention Journal features the proposed strategies and recommendations from the six panels of the 3rd National Convention of Singapore Muslim Professionals, namely the Muslim Expatriates, Leadership, Civil Society & Young Professionals, Social, Education, Religion and Economics panels.

Click on the links below to download the different sections of the Convention Journal:

 

* Errata

    • In the publication The Next Decade: Strengthening the Community’s Architecture, the line “However, there has been a slight decline in the percentage of Malay students passing both PSLE English and Mathematics over the last ten years.” is inaccurate. It should be “However, there has been a slight decline in the percentage of Malay students scoring A* to C in PSLE English and Mathematics over the last ten years.”
    • Additionally, Graph 1 on the same page shows the green line labelled as “Passed English PSLE” and the blue line labelled as “Passed Math PSLE”. This is inaccurate. The green line should be labelled as “Scored A* to C for English PSLE” while the blue line should be labelled as “Scored A* to C for Math PSLE”.

 

If you would like to request for a printed copy of the journal, kindly email your name and contact no. to Ms Ruzaidah at ruzaidah@amp.org.sg.

Each copy costs $10 for self-collection at our office at AMP @ Pasir Ris. For direct delivery to your mailing address, there will be an additional $5 fee.