Meet our Intern – Renee Chan

Renee was an Access to Healthcare (A2H) intern at PathFinders. She is in her 3rd year of a degree in Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. Thank you Renee for working with the team and for all your hard work! WHAT HAVE YOU LEARNT FROM THIS INTERNSHIP? The internship provided a unique opportunity for me to have a deeper understanding of the other

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Winter Clothes Supplies Drive

Since the start of 2018 we’ve donated almost 3,000kg of supplies to our clients and their children. With winter coming we are in need of warm baby clothes – in particular, rompers (for under 2 years), baby blankets, warm maternity wear for mothers, and shoes for both mums and babies. Other useful items such as feeding bottles, bottle warmers, nappies and cotton wipes, baby

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10-Year Anniversary Video – “Can You See Me Now?”

We worked with ThinkYoung/ THY LAB to produce and show a video – Can You See Me Now? – at our 10th anniversary fundraising dinner on November 2nd and wanted to share it with our blog followers too. This short, touching video captures how PathFinders works with clients to ensure that their children are visible and afforded the respect, protection and fair treatment that

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10-Year Anniversary Client Portrait Series Collaboration

We were excited to launch a series of client portraits at our 10-year anniversary fundraising dinner in Hong Kong on November 2nd. We worked with esteemed photographer Julia Broad to create an intimate, heartfelt and uplifting series of photographs showcasing the journey we embark on with our clients from when they first find out they’re pregnant to when their baby is born because #allchildrenmatter.

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Meet our Intern – Kenneth Lee

Kenneth Lee was an Access to Justice (A2J) summer intern who has interned at PathFinders twice. He is in his second year of his Juris Doctor degree at the University of Hong Kong. Thank you Kenneth for working with the team again and for all your hard work and enthusiasm! What have you learned from this internship? I once overheard someone saying that it was difficult

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PathFinders Launches “Can You See Me Now?” Video to Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary

We worked with ThinkYoung/ THY LAB to produce and show a video – Can You See Me Now? – at our 10th anniversary fundraising dinner on November 2nd and wanted to share it with our blog followers too. This short, touching video captures how PathFinders works with clients to ensure that their children are visible and afforded the respect, protection and fair treatment that

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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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