We provide access to FREE humanitarian and legal services, enabling migrant workers with children to make informed decisions.
A Year of Growth
Read more about our work and partnerships in our 2014 Annual Report.
â€œMigrantsâ€™ Health Mattersâ€ is a fun, collaborative community event held on Sunday May 10th at St Johnâ€™s Cathedral, Central. Thank you to everyone who joined our event and to all of our amazing sponsors, partners, and performers. Please visit our facebook page here to see pictures of the event. SPONSORS: Operation Santa Claus HK æ„›å¿ƒè–èª•å¤§è¡Œå‹• For Good Soap Cycling ORGANIZERS: PathFinders Hong Kong CO-ORGANIZERS:
TVB Pearl just aired a special 2-part documentary about PathFinders’ work featuring our very own CEO, Kay McArdle and Case Manager, Jessica Chow. Thank you to reporter Owen Fung and the TVB team for caring enough to take the time to understand and explain the situation foreign domestic workers face when pregnant in Hong Kong. Foreign Domestic Workers and Pregnancy Part 1 Foreign Domestic
PathFinders is delighted to be selected to host a booth atÂ TEDx Hong Kong EDÂ at Cyberport on Saturday 18th April 2015. We will spend the day connecting with and engaging more than 1,000 eager TEDxers to raise awareness of vulnerable children and their migrant mothers in Hong Kong. The theme for this yearâ€™s event will be â€œNever Stopâ€, acknowledging the never-ending process of education. The
â€œEmpowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it!â€ PATHFINDERS CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMENâ€™S DAY 2015 Extraordinary Equality Leaders – Part 1:Â Devi Novianti, Corporate Communications Officer, Equal Opportunities Commission, Hong Kong Devi Novianti is the Corporate Communications Officer at the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and also an Access Consciousness Practitioner. She graduated from Hong Kong University’s L.L.M. Human Rights Programme in 2007 and worked as the Manager of
The wonderful Discovery College school organised a 12-hour relay race all in aid of PathFinders. We decided to tie up our own laces and rise to the challenge ourselves. Team PF ran for 12 hours! Our brave team was made up of many of our long-term staff and volunteers with family and friends. Thanks to all who joined in on the fun! If you
Rani was employed as a domestic worker when she sought assistance from PathFinders; afraid that revealing her pregnancy to her employer would result in her losing her job. Â
13 weeks pregnant. No new employment contract. Ineligible to receive medical careÂ in Hong Kong.Â Nyalla was left with little choice as her family also informed her that she was unwelcome to return home to Indonesia with an out-of-wedlock child. Through the help of PathFinders’ Home Country Integration Programme*, we arranged and facilitated her safe travel to Ruth Ministry (an NGO) in Bandung, Indonesia, where sheâ€™s