Our Monitoring & Evaluation procedure helps us to better measure the impact and relevance of our work. It provides invaluable information to design effective arts therapy programmes and continuously improve our work.

In 2017, The Red Pencil (Singapore) embarked to solidify and improve its existing Monitoring & Evaluation practices.

We implemented a Monitoring and Evaluation framework with the guidance of Doctor Andy Ho Hau Yan, Assistant Professor of Psychology of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and other research agencies.

Dr Andy Ho focuses on the impact of arts therapy in reducing work-related stress among care workers in Singapore, and its positive effects on elevating the beneficiaries’ sense of resilience, self-awareness, acceptance and compassion.

The Red Pencil (Singapore) would like to extend its gratitude for being able to benefit from his great expertise.