Success Stories

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    International Women’s Day – Access to Healthcare

    Your support matters: thank you! On International Women’s Day, we are celebrating all the men and women helping women and families at PathFinders Hong Kong! Before coming to PathFinders, first-time mum Jacki and newborn baby Jon had no access to health services in Hong Kong. With our midwife Hanna’s help, Jon and his mum have now received full post-natal care and been referred to

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  • PathFinders helping baby callum

    International Women’s Day – Baby Callum

    Your support matters: thank you! On International Women’s Day, we are celebrating all the men and women helping women and families at PathFinders Hong Kong! Baby Callum has now been referred to our Access to Healthcare program and obtained medical advice and a moisture cream to ensure that he remains a smiling, healthy baby. #IWD2016 #pathfindersHK (For privacy, names have been changed)

  • PathFinders helping mothers

    International Women’s Day – Mum Sumi

    Your support matters: thank you! On International Women’s Day, we are celebrating all the men and women helping women and families at PathFinders Hong Kong! Mum Sumi secured a birth certificate for baby Callum with social worker Vanessa’s guidance and assistance. With his new identity, Callum will be able to apply for a passport, receive child immunizations and go to school in the future.

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  • PathFinders child of hong kong

    Fulfilling every child’s potential

    The Immigration Department has released information about 3 siblings aged between 17 and 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. Every year, PathFinders manages several cases of older children living without a birth certificate.

  • PathFinders baby sleeping

    Story: Ensuring a baby’s birthright

    Daisy approached PathFinders whilst pregnant and still employed as a domestic worker.

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