Meet our Intern – Rica Lee

Rica Lee worked at PathFinders for 6 weeks over the summer as an Access to Justice intern. Rica has now returned to the UK where she is studying for her Bachelor of Laws Degree at The University of Cambridge. We wish Rica all the best in her studies and thank her for her hard work over the summer! What have you learnt from this

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HOME COUNTRY INTEGRATION PROGRAMME (HCIP)- Research Trip to the Philippines

Many of the migrant mothers we work with are rejected by their families and communities, and stand facing a marginalised and impoverished future when they return to their home country with a mixed-race child born out of wedlock. We work with our clients to encourage them to take charge of their lives by making positive, brave and wise decisions when they return home. In

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Preparing Mother & Baby Supply Packs with Employee Volunteers from PVH

Last month, PathFinders welcomed volunteers from PVH, one of the world’s largest apparel companies, to prepare maternity supply packs for the mothers and babies that PathFinders helps. The afternoon started with a short video and introduction to PathFinders services, giving PVH employees a chance to learn about the problems PathFinders’ clients face. After the presentation, it was time to start preparing the supply packs.

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Our Fundraising & Events Team is hiring an intern

hiring case manager

ABOUT THE FUNDRAISING & EVENTS TEAM PathFinders’ Fundraising & Events (FR&E) team is responsible for managing donor relations, sourcing new funding and support for our services, and coordinating fundraising and CSR events. The FR&E team is seeking enthusiastic and pragmatic interns to work closely with the wider PathFinders team on various fundraising initiatives and events. This is a unique opportunity to experience non-profit management

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Reinstatement

INTRODUCTION Many of our clients have had their employment illegally terminated when their employers find out they are pregnant. Our Access to Justice team assists on these types of cases to make sure the client is not discriminated against. For many, this involves suing the employer in court and that process is long and full of obstacles. For others, the employer might agree to

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Outreach at Indonesian Independence Day Celebrations

Last Sunday, PathFinders hosted an outreach booth in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. This was part of Pesta Rakyat, a community event organised by the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia to commemorate the 73rd Anniversary of Indonesian Independence. Despite the heat, over 500 women came along to speak with our team and learn more about PathFinders’ work. We also distributed information kits containing further

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Human Library Event at South Island School

In early June, PathFinders was invited to South Island School to participate in a student discussion about human trafficking as part their ‘Human Library’ event. The event aimed to teach Year 10 students about social issues in their local community. PathFinders held several group discussions with 200 students aged 14 to 15, raising awareness about the issues faced by migrant workers in Hong Kong,

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Thank you for all your supplies donations!

    To provide for our clients’ basic needs, PathFinders holds bi-weekly supply collection events. Our clients, vulnerable women and their children, are invited to collect essential maternity and baby supplies, such as clothing, blankets, pushchairs, diapers, formula, and toiletries. This year, PathFinders has been overwhelmed with your generous donations, and has so far distributed over 1,600kgs of supplies to almost 300 people in

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Educating Hong Kong’s Next Generation about Children’s Rights at Hong Kong Academy

Hong Kong Academy

    In May 2018 , PathFinders was one of seven community organisations invited to host an educational booth at Hong Kong Academy’s Service Learning and Sustainability Fair. The event aims to introduce students to local NGOs and raise awareness of the social issues they are tackling.  Approximately 300 students aged 9 to 12 attended the fair. PathFinders taught students about children’s rights and

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We are grateful for the support of the Child Development Centre

Between February 2017 and February 2018 PathFinders’ Access to Health team has referred 38 children for screening by the Child Development Centre(CDC).  Our Case workers flagged these children as those who potentially need additional developmental support. Of these 38 children, 5 have received follow-up care from the Child Development Centre in the form of an ‘Early Intervention Group’ which is held in both English

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