The Singapore Together movement, launched last June, has given rise to partnerships between the Government and the people, and more is to come.
Ministers Indranee Rajah and Desmond Lee told reporters in an interview on Monday that efforts to engage and work with citizens on work-life harmony and recycling have been fruitful.
The Government is now looking to work with people on helping children from low-income families and tackling the proliferation of single-use plastics.
Individuals and community groups who took part in initiatives last year acknowledged that "doors have opened" and public agencies have become more responsive on areas such as helping the homeless. The Government has also changed its mindset and approaches towards certain issues, said Mr Lee.
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