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A part of SPD, the workshop provides persons with disabilities (PWDs) a sustainable platform to hone their skills and artistry in gainful employment. Each craftsman brings their own unique skillset to the team, enabling them to form a pipeline for the production process. Being employed as a craftsperson also gives them a sense of identity and dignity knowing they are self-reliant.

Singapore themed Tote Bag: Singapore Cuisine


A modern interpretation of Singapore’s endearing heritage and cultural icons, this series of sustainable gift items represents a mix of modernism and nostalgia inspired by the vintage-style grille gates, peranakan tiles, unique architectures and local food familiar to one and all.

Our range of sustainable products are designed by Jamirul Syafiq, a Spinal Cord Injury Survivor. A road traffic accident that stole functionality of his arms and legs did not stop Jamirul from pursuing his dreams. A self-taught graphic designer/digital illustrator/watercolourist, Jamirul successfully graduated from intensive therapy session at SPD’s Transition to Employment programme, and is now a freelance graphic designer.

Size: 34cm by 45 cm

Customizable available (ie addition of corporate logo etc) with minimum 40 pieces.