We focus on filling the public service gaps in social welfare and support, healthcare, education and access to justice. We ensure that the standard of service and care we provide, where possible, matches that of Hong Kong’s public welfare system. We address all humanitarian needs from the beginning to the end of the particular crisis, typically:
- For a woman: from pregnancy through to when the woman and child find their path to a sustainable and legal future; and
- For a baby/child: from ensuring that all children are legally documented and immunised, to placing an abandoned/neglected child in a safe, permanent and loving family.
PathFinders does the thankless job of caring for the children and migrant mothers who fall out of the Hong Kong system of health care, justice and welfare. For such we are thankful, humanity is thankful.
Anthony Ng, WYNG Foundation
|Social Welfare, Shelter and Supplies (people helped)||621||758||901|
|Health Care (interventions)||344||608||664|
|Access to Justice (legal cases)||22||46||55|
|Education (class attendances)||1,340||1,196||1,277|
|Community Outreach (people reached)||11,689||12,950||8428*|
* Number of outreach sessions reduced in 2016 to help manage surge in new Social Welfare cases.
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