“Bersama-sama: Healthy To(gather)” is a collaborative field guide to grow relational care in Singapore’s low-income rental neighborhoods, through community-centered gatherings around health and nutrition. Using meaningful dialogue and creative facilitation, we nurture equitable relationships with communities━ unveiling and appreciating personal stories, natural networks and collective wisdom.
Esther Yip comes to DSI from Singapore. She is a designer with an analytical and technical background, and a heart to serve the community. She seeks to create meaningful, enduring and collaborative impact through design.
As a user experience designer, Esther dedicated her career towards advocating for human-centered design and driving digital transformation efforts in both the public and private sector. Her passion for social impact also leads to regular collaborations with various local non-profit organizations and social enterprises. Esther is keen to design innovative solutions for social inclusion and equality, as well as build collaborative platforms to tackle problems for systemic change.
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