WYAAP Launches New Chapter in Singapore

June 23, 2021 – World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific (WYAAP) is proud to announce the establishment of a new country chapter in Singapore.

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Singapore is a densely-populated country in South East Asia known for its dynamic culture and thriving business environment. Megan Ling, a recent graduate of the online certified training program last month, will be leading the chapter as coordinator, sharing the message of dignity across the region.

While I grew up in a competitive educational environment, I was fortunate to have parents and teachers who supported my passion for dance and other co-curricular pursuits, and nurtured me into understanding my own worth. WYA Singapore is my effort to spread the awareness that each and every child has dignity that is separate from any grade, trophy or achievement.”


Motivated by her passion to groom more holistic and grounded youth in the region, Megan wishes to kick off introductory and cultural activities in her community soon. She is also eyeing an implementation of the Human Dignity Curriculum in local schools in the coming months.

WYAAP is eager to work alongside Megan and her new officers and sharing the mission of WYA to more young leaders.


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