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Confinement Angels Singapore

Featured on The New Paper – 20 March 2020

Confinement Angels is proud to be one of the companies who smoothly overcame new lockdown measures announced by the Malaysian government due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pictured here is Malaysian nanny Beh Goek Bee, whom we managed to bring over and house in a Singapore hotel before the lockdown came into effect. The 56-year-old is waiting to be deployed to a Confinement Angels customer who is due to give birth soon.

Check out how we dealt with the lockdown in this article by The New Paper: How companies with Malaysian workers are dealing with the lockdown

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Featured on CNA – 18 March 2020

New measures in Malaysia, aimed at containing the spread of COVID-19, has resulted in business disruptions.

The announcement came as a ‘nightmare’ for Confinement Angels, but we managed to overcome it!

Check out how we dealt with the lockdown in this CNA article: Food supplies still coming, but other Singapore firms brace for disruptions from Malaysia’s shutdown

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Featured on TV – CNA – 24th December 2019

There’s been a rising demand for professional confinement nannies in Singapore — and this exclusive feature on Confinement Angels shows why!

All of our nannies undergo strict training before they are certified fit for the job. Whether it’s caring for your newborn or a recovering mum, Confinement Angels provides parents with a Peace of Mind 🤗

Featured on TV – Channel 8 – 10th June 2019

Over here at Confinement Angels, all of our nannies are professionally trained so that they deliver only the best service 🙌🏻 Check out the full interview in this video!

Featured on TV – Channel NewsAsia – 18th Feb 2019

Thanks,@ChannelNewsAsia for the feature! 😊 Here at Confinement Angels, all of our nannies undergo strict training so that they can fulfil your needs to the best of their abilities ❤

Featured on TV – Japan TV

Thanks @NHK WORLD JAPAN for the feature! 😊

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Featured on The Straits Times

We are honoured to have been part of Still Young’s mobile app launch on 1 August! Confinement Angels’ head trainer, Ms Rachel Ang, and MADAM PARTUM founder, Ms Yen Lim, shared their expertise on postpartum care at the event, which was also attended by MP Tin Pei Ling.

Created by 6 Ngee Ann Polytechnic Students, Still Young is a one-stop platform for mothers to learn about confinement practices, diets and more. Download the app for free in the App Store (iOS) and Play Store (Android) today!

Featured on Zaobao – 7th July 2019

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