Did you spot us in Straits Times over the weekend? Fear not because we have the link below.
We'd like to thank the newspaper for covering how important relationships are with incarcerated parents and their children.
Having the media raise the issue with the public plays an important role in our efforts with the children and their mums.
Two families in our programme featured in an article and the two mothers explain how not only has their children's ability to read has improved, their relationships have also grown stronger.
To see the article, visit this link: Connecting mums in jail with kids
While in prison, Salimah Sukar feared that she would remain trapped in a cycle of crime, and separated from her children.
Worse, Salimah fretted that her children would fall behind at school while she was unable to be there to motivate them.
See how we worked with Salimah to provide the support she needed.