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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  • Member of Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children

    The global partnership brings together governments, foundations, the UN, civil society, the academia, the private sector and young people in driving action toward achieving the new Sustainable Development Goals’ target to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence and torture against children. PathFinders is now part of this significant initiative. Learn more here.

  • PathFinders in TIME Magazine

    TIME Magazine published an in-depth story about the people PathFinders helps every day – ethnic minority, migrant women and their Hong Kong-born children who barely survive in a legal, health care, welfare and immigration void here in Hong Kong. The piece is called: Living Without an Identity: The ‘Heartbreaking’ Plight of Undocumented Children in Hong Kong. It captures well the situation facing the women

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  • PathFinders selected as an Epic Foundation portfolio organisation!

    Fantastic News! After receiving a record 1,900 applications from 110 countries around the world, Epic Foundation has selected us as one of their 10 new Epic Portfolio organizations! PathFinders will be added to a list of now 30 organizations that are making a difference for children and youth around the World – and that donors can choose to support through Epic. We are thrilled

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  • CLSA Investors’ Forum

    With more humans on the move than ever in our history, no wonder that migration formed the key topic at last month’s UN Summit in New York. Migration was also a hot economic topic in Hong Kong at the CLSA Investors’ Forum 2016, attended by 1,400 global investors and featuring over 60 speakers including academics Daniela Rus and Robert Gordon, Frank Luntz, actress Drew

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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 over 4,500 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.