About Hemispheres Foundation
Hemispheres Foundation is a not for profit/social enterprise run by a team of professionals and volunteers who provide educational programs and information to schools, community and individuals to promote awareness and informed personal actions concerning environmental and health issues.
Hemispheres Foundation seeks to connect youth and the community with nature and the natural environment:
- By linking local concerns to broader environmental issues
- Provide interactive programs for young people that are educational, hands on and fun
- Through our well researched nature magazine “The Hemispheres / Hemispheres Kid”
- Supporting humanitarian and social projects in Vietnam, Cambodia and South Asia.
The Foundation has been actively undertaking outreach environmental programs in schools and the community since 1999.
We are the first to pioneer and design environmental camps for youths locally and have since collaborated with Singapore Polytechnic to launch Singapore’s First Carbon Footprint Calculator in 2009.
- Talks on Environmental and Public Hygiene (SWCDC)
- Home AWaRE Audit (SECDC)
- Green Home Audit
- Environmental Ambassadors Camp
- HPB Student Health Ambassador
- Student Excellence Program (Study Skills)
Schools in Singapore
- Temasek Polytechnic
- Singapore Management University
- National University of Singapore
- Bedok North Secondary School
- St John Brigade Zone 8
- Duane Morris & Selvam LLP
A Singaporean Abroad S3 – EP6
Ann Phua, businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, grandmother has just turned 65, but there’s still lots to do. She travels to Cambodia regularly as part of the Singapore based Hope Village Fund. She helps resettle urban squatters giving them a new start in farming and gaining a livlihood.
Ann Phua, Founder of Hemispheres Foundation
Ms Ann Phua, Environmentalist, Humanitarian, Serial Social Entrepreneur, President & Founder, of Hemispheres Foundation Pte Ltd, Immediate Past Chairman of International Women’s Federation of Commerce and Industry (Singapore), President & Co-Founder of Business Women Consortium and Director & Co-Founder of Hope Villages Fund. Ann’s social businesses bring her to many places and during her travel she became concern with the living environment, the community and youth. This inspired her devotion and commitment to environmental, education for youths, wellbeing of financially challenged women, the accessibility to clean drinking water in under-developed nations. Her other board appointments include Executive Board Member in the Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO), Past President of Business and Professional Women’s Association – 3rd Chapter and 3rd Vice President of the Federation of Singapore Business and Professional Women’s Singapore.