Projects

Overseas Projects

Our overseas project seeks to help the the women and children refugees of the Rohingya community that have fled to Kuala Lumpur in search of a better life. From ensuring their basic needs are met to imparting valuable skills that can boost their employability, The Reyna Movement seeks to help empower them with the confidence needed to lead meaningful lives.

Local Projects

Projects based in Singapore are aimed at creating spaces of support and learning for the local women community. Educational programs and open dialogues are held and facilitated by experts to help women learn. We seek to establish a community where women can feel comfortable about discussing some of the common issues they may face.

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The Centre

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Recipes of Resilience

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Project Kakak Dan Adik

Project Kakak Dan Adik supports art therapy and skills workshops for Rohingya refugees, specifically targeted at empowering women. It aims to create spaces of support, opportunity and healing for Rohingya women and improve their physical health by creating a sustainable funding program. Under Project Kakak Dan Adik, basic monthly grocery drives are carried out to aid low income refugee families in their daily lives. Skills based workshops are also conducted for female refugees who are deemed culturally as incapable to contribute to their families. The skill workshops aims to break such cultural norms and provide family with a new lease of life. Under kakak dan adik, Reyna also link up the skill based workshops with the art therapy program, which would give these women a creative outlet for their trauma, through drawing, design, sewing and jewellery-making. Another program under this project is the creation of a cook book sharing recipes and stories of Rohingya women, to combine a shared love of food and humanity between Rohingya and Malaysian communities. Every Month, The Reyna Team holds a grocery drive for the Rohingyan women, where food is provided to about 30 families. These families are provided with food packs, and these food packs consist of some eggs, oil, onions and rice- food products they need in preparing their daily meals. Bracelets, Brooches and Chains- these women make it all. The Reyna Movement has brought in various sponsors and partners to come in and teach the Rohingyan women how to make jewellery, which will be sold online in other parts of the world, like Singapore. The proceeds will be given back to the women.

Project Ria

Project Ria is the women empowerment project based in Singapore. This project aims to raise awareness of the plight and struggles faced by women all over the world, and build a community in Singapore where women can share about common issues they face.

From inviting experts to hold talks and facilitate dialogue sessions in The Workshop Series, to holding movie screening events like Bodies For Sale to paint a clearer picture of the plight of refugees, Project Ria hopes to educate and provide women with guidance, insight and support.

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The Workshop Series

The Workshop Series consists of a series of talks organised by The Reyna Movement to provide women with a comfortable and safe arena to speak freely about issues they face. From sharing experiences of violence and rape to discussing the politics of menstruation, the workshop series aims to help women build a community rooted in trust, where women will feel comfortable opening up. Experts are invited to speak during the workshops to provide professional perspective on such issues and other issues pertinent to women around the world. Below are the list of workshops we'll be holding. click more to find out what each workshop is about.

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