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NCADA Awards 2014

For this year, the Award Presentation Ceremony was held as a concurrent event with DanceWorks! on 20 Jun 2014, thereby showcasing the outstanding contributions of the award recipients to a wider audience.

The award recipients are:


  1. Mr Poh Geok Ek

    Mr Poh Geok Ek’s extensive contributions to the anti-drug cause are well established, having served for over 30 years, including 10 years of voluntary service. A well-known figure in both the public and Government sectors, Mr Poh has always been in the fore-front of combating drug crimes, education and rehabilitation – in all aspects and leading actively. He has previously served as Director of Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB), Director of Singapore Prison Service (SPS) and more recently, Chairman of Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (SANA). Mr Poh was also a top leader in the management of the Education Committee of the Singapore After-Care Association (SACA) before he took over the helm of SANA. To add to that extensive portfolio, he was also one of the founding members of NCADA, having actively participated in Council’s work for 8 years. Congratulations, Mr Poh. Thank you for your contributions to the anti-drug cause.

    Mr Pok with Chairman NCADA


  1. Mdm Sarjit Kaur

    Mdm Sarjit Kaur has been a Volunteer Aftercare Officer with the Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association (SANA) since 1997. She was previously a member of SANA Sikh Aftercare (Counselling) Service, handling various Sikh events and counselling Sikh inmates, as well as out-of-school youths. As a SANA volunteer, Mdm Kaur is involved in organising events and activities to help strengthen the relationship and networking among over 400 SANA volunteers. She is also an active committee member of the SANA Recreation Club since 2008, and has helped organised several social and recreational activities for SANA volunteers. Congratulations!

    Mdm Sarjit with Chairman NCADA


  1. Ms Leung Chi Ching

    Ms Leung Chi Ching is a Senior Manager in the Psychological and Correctional Rehabilitation Division at the Singapore Prison Service (SPS). As part of the Secretariat for NCADA’s Research Sub-Committee, Ms Leung has helped to oversee the implementation of NCADA’s Youth Perception Survey 2013. Ms Leung’s research expertise and efforts were also crucial to the completion of the survey. Congratulations, Ms Leung!

    Ms Leung with Chairman NCADA