Mission Statement

PathFinders ensures that the most vulnerable children born in Hong Kong,
and their migrant mothers, are respected and protected.
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About Our Services

Pathfinders helping pregnant women

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We provide access to FREE humanitarian and legal services, enabling migrant workers with children to make informed decisions.

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  • PathFinders helping Children through the Mothers' protection program

    Volunteer Opportunity

    PathFinders is seeking energetic & enthusiastic volunteers to assist with our annual fundraising event on 19th November, 2016

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    PathFinders is hiring a registered midwife

    PathFinders is looking to hire a registered midwife to join the Access to Health Team.

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  • Linny Ng at LegCo

    PathFinders at LegCo

    PathFinders has had a busy time collaborating with LegCo members and the administration at several recent public consultations. We participate to ensure that the voices of the babies, children and women we serve are heard and considered. Ruth Jackson and Luna Chan stood up for the otherwise voiceless babies PathFinders helps at a recent panel on Child Welfare services. Our Legal Intern, Linny Ng,

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  • gender violence and the state in Asia

    PathFinders is published in a book

    With thanks to Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Law Faculty and the editorial skills of Amy Barrow and Joy L. Chia, June saw the launch of “Gender, Violence and the State in Asia” (2016 – Routledge). PathFinders’ chapter is called “PathFinders: Supporting Pregnant Migrant Domestic Workers Access to Justice in Hong Kong.” Order your copy here.

PathFinders 2015 Annual Report

PathFinders Annual Report 2015

Read more about the issues that drive our work and partnerships in our 2015 Annual Report. View our 2015 Annual Report

PathFinders: Transforming the lives of Hong Kong’s most vulnerable children

Since 2008, PathFinders has helped 4000 babies, children and women; transforming lives and putting them on the road to recovery.

Leading the way by pressing for changes in perceptions, attitudes and policies related to vulnerable children and their migrant mothers in Hong Kong.