PathFinders’ CEO, Kay McArdle, speaks to RTHK é¦™æ¸¯é›»å° ‘s Annemarie Evans following the sentencing of a Filipino mother, Herminia Garcia, to one year in prison for overstaying her employment visa.
PathFinders’ new shelter serves as a temporary safe haven for homeless, unsupported, and vulnerable women and children.
Happy faces at the first of Support!HK‘s free English classes for mothers and children! The session was held at Chinese International Schoolâ€‹ Â and the programme will run for the whole school year. English skills are essential to enhance opportunities to work and in day-to-day life in Hong Kong.
The Immigration Department has released information about 3 siblings aged between 17 to 19 who have been living in Hong Kong undocumented and without ever attending school or accessing a public hospital. These are the most delayed birth registrations ever in Hong Kong. The mother is a former foreign domestic worker, the father is a Hong Kong resident. PathFinders urges migrant domestic workers who
RTHK’s Vicky Kung spoke to local NGOs and lawyers about cases of “undocumented” children and young people and why their parents choose to live with their families under the radar.
Over 120 people including mums, babies and the enthusiastic volunteers from Goldman Sachs Community Team Works joined us for an unforgettable day of music, games, laughter, splashing and spicy Indonesian food from our wonderful cooks. We were treated to a dry day despite the threatening clouds and enjoyed a whole host of games including ball game, sponge racing, blindfold challenge plus the ultimate classics:
A child abandoned by her mother was brought to PathFinders. We named her baby Jenny.Â She was 8 months old.
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