MUIS Annual Reports

2013

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Serving Our Community, Better: Building Our Capabilities, Strengthening Our Institutions,
Partnering Our Community

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Summary

The report contains:

  • Vision, Mission, Strategic Priority &
    TheSingaporeanMuslim Identity
  • President’s Message
  • Chief Executive's Message
  • Members of Muis Council
  • Serving Our Community, Better
    • Building Our Capabilities
    • Strengthening Our Institutions
    • Partnering Our Community
  • Highlights of 2013
  • Muis' Visitors
  • Financial Highlights 2013
  • Financial Report 2013
    • Financial Statements of Muis Fitrah Account
    • Consolidated Financial Statements of Muis and its subsidiaries
    • Consolidated Financial Statements of Muis Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary

Building Our Capabilities

Building capabilities of Muis stakeholders is key in achieving our goal of developing a Gracious Muslim Community of Excellence that Inspires and Radiates blessings to all. Muis achieves this through the development, education and training of our asatizah, madrasah administrators, teachers, mosque leaders, volunteers as well as staff. They are empowered to nurture a profound and vibrant community religious life in the midst of challenging contexts of a modern and globalised world.

Strengthening Our Institutions

Significant funds and resources were made available to strengthen our key institutions that define and shape the community’s religious life. Efforts include reviewing our madrasah curriculum, constructing new mosques and upgrading existing ones as well as enriching the people and programmes offered by these institutions. In 2013, a key focus was to continue safeguarding and growing our community assets; zakat, wakaf, halal and haj management. As we forge ahead, these capabilities will need to keep up with the times and continue to be relevant with the changing landscape and requirements of a more complex community.

Partnering Our Community

In fulfilling the trust and managing our community’s religious life, Muis operates through active consultations in planning, developing and delivery of our programmes and services. The community’s feedback and inputs are necessary in ensuring that the work serves the new and ever-changing socio-religious needs of the community. As such we are working closely with the community in all facets of our work such as securing views via programme feedback, community surveys and focus group discussions. Polls are conducted for mosque planning, recruiting and training, thus ensuring involvement with the Singapore Muslim community. This same ethos can be seen in our partnership with key institutions to achieve a whole of community approach in promoting Islamic education for all.

2012

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Serving The Community: Enhancing Religious Life, Developing Religious Leaders and Transforming Lives

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Summary

The report contains:

  • Vision, Mission, Strategic Priority &
    TheSingaporeanMuslim Identity
  • President’s Message
  • Senior Management
  • Council Members
  • Enhancing ReligiousLife
  • Developing Religious Leaders
  • Transforming Lives
  • Flashback 2012
  • Muis' Visitors
  • Financial Highlights
  • Financial Statements of the Fitrah Account of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
  • Consolidated Financial Statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura and its subsidiaries
  • Consolidated Financial Statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary
Muis exists to further strengthen the community in enhancing and fulfilling its religious life. It seeks to develop a Muslim community that is religiously resilient and one that is inclusive, contributive to all, adaptable to the everchanging circumstances and progressive as well as global in its outlook. It does so through programmes and initiatives that seek to develop the areas that are critical for the community to thrive in a multi-religious society, secular state and a globalised world. To ensure that the programmes will indeed be beneficial, we consult our stakeholders on a regular basis.

As we have come to the end of the Third Muis 3-Year Plan in 2012, I am heartened to say that many of our key initiatives have been able to meet their targets. Throughout this period, I am also pleased to report that our Muslim community has made positive steps to embrace the Singapore Muslim Identity (SMI). In the face of challenges, the community had shown a level of composure and maturity that we could all be proud of. We made sound progress in many areas like asatizah development, mosque management, and social and youth development as well as community engagement. The findings of the Public Perception Survey of the Singapore Muslim community conducted in 2012 attest to this.

2011

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Enhancing Faith, Building Capacity, Enriching Community

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Summary

The report contains:

  • Vision, Mission & Strategic Priority
  • President’s Message
  • The Singaporean Muslim Identity
  • Directors
  • Council Members
  • Enhancing Faith
  • Building Capacity
  • Enriching Community
  • Flashback 2011
  • Financial Highlights

2010

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Strengthening the Core: Profound Content, Dynamic Leaders and Transformational Touchpoints

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319 pages PDF Format

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Summary

The report contains:

  • MUIS' President’s Message
  • The Singapore Muslim Identity
  • Senior Management
  • MUIS Directors
  • The Council Members of MUIS
  • Flashback 2010
  • PROFOUND RELIGIOUS CONTENT AND THINKING
  • DEVELOPING DYNAMIC RELIGIOUS LEADERS FOR THE MODERN WORLD
  • DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL TOUCH POINTS AND ENHANCING ASSETS
  • List of Mosques
  • List of Visitors
  • Financial Statements of the Fitrah Account of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura and its subsidiaries
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary

2010 marked the beginning of the Third MUIS 3-Year Plan (2010 – 2012). In our ongoing efforts to build a community of excellence, MUIS continues to chart plans and programmes after evaluating the Second Three Year Plan (2007-2009). We will be adopting an integrated Whole-of-MUIS approach towards our core areas, namely the development and delivery of profound religious content, development of dynamic socio-religious leaders and transformational touch points to reach out and shape a resilient as well as progressive Muslim community.

2009

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Resilient InThe Face Of Challenges

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Summary

The report contains:

  • MUIS' President’s Message
  • Senior Management
  • MUIS Directors
  • The Council Members of MUIS
  • MUIS' Mission, Vision, Strategic Priority
  • Ten Desired Attributes for the Singaporean Muslim Identity
  • Flashback 2009
  • Our belief in building resilience
  • Flowing from Generation to Generation
  • A Convergence of Faith
  • The Ripple Effect
  • List of Mosques
  • List of Visitors
  • Financial Statements of the Fitrah Account of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapuraand its subsidiaries
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary

2009 was both an important and a challenging year for us. It was a milestone year for Muis as it marked Muis’ 40 year journey of managing the socio-religious life of the Singapore Muslim Community. It was a poignant moment within the Muis history as we moved into the newly developed Singapore Islamic Hub which brings together the core institutions that shape the religious life of the community namely the mosque, a madrasah and the Muis building. It was also the end of the Second Muis 3-Year Plan (2007 – 2009) where we looked back and assessed the work done towards building a Muslim Community that is religiously profound and socially progressive.

2008

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MUIS AnnualReport 2008

Passion for Excellence

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Summary

The report contains:

  • MUIS' President’s Message
  • Senior Management
  • MUIS Directors
  • The Council Members of MUIS
  • MUIS' Mission, Vision, Strategic Priority
  • Ten Desired Attributes for the Singaporean Muslim Identity
  • Passion and Faith
  • Passion for Learning & Development
  • Passion for Interfaith Engagement
  • Passion for Service & Innovation
  • Flashback 2008
  • List of Mosques
  • Financial Statements of the Fitrah Account of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapuraand its subsidiaries
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary

Passion drives an organisation to reach towards greater heights and propels its people to go to the extra mile to serve others. In Muis, our passion is renewed each year as we reach out to our key partners and the larger Muslim community. This passion to serve the Muslim community fuels our work at Muis and pushes us to constantly provide the best. We actively work to empower youths, equipping them with the resilience they need to survive in a turbulent global environment.Our focus on education has led us to take significant steps in advancing Madrasah education system. Our hearts are also with the poor and needy, many of whom ave benefited from our programmes. Our enthusiasm in these areas will lead us to further develop the organisation, its people and the community. It is this passion for excellence that should guide everything we do, this year and in subsequent years. With it, we can achieve many of the targets that we have set.

2007

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Forging the Singaporean Muslim Identity

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Summary

The report contains:

  • MUIS' Mission, Vision, Strategic Priority
  • Ten Desired Attributes for the Singaporean Muslim Identity
  • Flashback 2007
  • List of Mosques
  • List of Visitors
  • MUIS' President’s Message
  • Senior Management
  • MUIS Directors
  • The Council Members of MUIS
  • Financial Statements of the Fitrah Account of the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapuraand its subsidiaries
  • Consolidated financial statements of Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura Wakaf Funds and its subsidiary

2007 was a milestone year for Muis as we completed our First 3-Year Plan and formulated programmes for the next 3 years. We are heartened that many of our key initiatives in the First 3-Year Plan had met the targets set for them. Some had even produced results that surpassed our expectations. We have made strides in areas like social development, youth development and community engagement. With a good report card at the end of our First 3-Year Plan, we are confident in moving the Muslim community forward towards the vision of a Muslim Community of Excellence that thrives in a multi-religious society, secularstate and globalised world.

MUIS AnnualReport 2006

Going the Distance: Taking Stock, Looking Ahead. 3 Years of Achievements

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Summary

The report contains:

  • The Muis 3-Year Plan
  • Ten Desired Attributes for the Singaporean Muslim Identity
  • Muis President's Message
  • Muis Council Members
  • Senior Management
  • Directors of Muis
  • Flashback 2006
  • List of Mosques
  • List of Visitors
  • Shaping Religious Life: When you have faith in your life
  • Forging the Singaporean Muslim Identity:When you realise a sense of ownership of your community
  • Setting the Islamic Agenda:When you gain the confidence to reach out and engage the world
  • Becoming the People's Muis:When you know we value you as part of the community we serve
  • Managing for the Future:When you trust us to manage assets with excellent results
  • Accounts: MAINTAINING A BALANCING ACT
    Muis Fitrah Account
    Muis and Its Subsidiaries
    Muis Wakaf Funds and Its Subsidiary

As wonderful as this past financial year has been, we do not want to be complacent. We are taking those experiences and moving ahead to the next Muis 3-Year Plan stretching from 2007 to 2009. Religion is the fabric of the community’s life. Building on our achievements of the past three years, we will forge ahead with plans for the next stage of our community development, while always staying true to our traditions and practice of the faith. The second Muis 3-Year Plan includes plans for an extensive public education programme to forge the Singaporean Muslim Identity and a dedicated Muis Academy to facilitate capacity building for socio-religious development. Our journey continues in 2007, powered by the dedication of our people and our commitment to service and operational excellence.

MUIS AnnualReport 2005

Staying Focused, Embracing Change

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Summary

The report contains:

  • The Muis 3-Year Plan
  • Ten Desired Attributes
  • Management Team
  • Year in Review
  • List of Mosques
  • List of Visitors
  • ACHIEVEMENTS
    Keeping the Faith aL.I.V.E.
    Transforming Our Mosques
    Staying Consultative, Being Heard
    Fostering Greater Understanding
    Maintaining High Service Standards
    Developing a Model Organisation
  • ACCOUNTS
    Muis and Its Subsidiaries
    Muis Fitrah Account
    Muis Wakaf Funds and Its Subsidiary

We reinforced our commitment to realising the strategic goals set out in the Muis 3-Year Plan (M3YP) by devoting our full resources to this purpose. The Muis team had done its best to make concrete movement forward in achieving the action plans and programmes mapped out for the year. We are happy to report encouraging results of achievements in most key areas of concern such as in Islamic education, mosque, madrasah, consultative engagements and policy studies, assets development,
community engagement and organisational excellence.

 

 

 

 

Last update on : 26/11/2014