Infant Nutrition Programme (INP)
The Infant Nutrition Programme enables low-income families to afford essential items for their children’s health and development. Beneficiaries receive cash vouchers to purchase nutrition products suitable for each stage of their children’s development.
The programme enables children registered at My First Skool (aged 2 months to 3 years old) from low-income families from low-income families to afford a wide range of infant nutritional products. Successful applicants are given FairPrice vouchers which can be used to purchase:
- Stage 1 to 3 Formula Milk
- Unflavoured Full Cream Milk
- Baby Food
These basic items cost a fairly large amount for a low-income family every month, and NTUC First Campus actively works to ensure that all eligible families apply for this benefit so that infants are supported in their growth and development.
To be eligible:
- Monthly gross household income is $4,500 or less; or $1,125 per capita or less (applicable for 5 or more members in the household), and
- Families with children aged between 2 months to 3 years old registered at My First Skool centres.
Please speak to your My First Skool centre principal or email us if you have any queries.