Our Impact

Since 2008, PathFinders has directly served almost 9,200 of Hong Kong's most vulnerable babies, children and their migrant mothers. During 2021, we cared for 1,093 new beneficiaries, provided 234 healthcare interventions, helped 115 babies acquire birth certificates and passports, held 109 education classes and assisted 65 families to return to the mother's home country.

To address root causes and prevent crisis, we empowered and educated diverse stakeholders. In 2021 alone, we significantly increased our annual reach, empowering 128,985 MDWs and employers with greater awareness, understanding and education about pregnancy and maternity protections and obligations. We also shared our experience with, and made recommentations to, government departments, legislators, the general public, consulates, academics, media and the United Nations.

At a Glance
13 Years, almost 9,200 lives better lived!

Our Impact in 2021:

<strong>1,093 </strong>Babies, Children and their Migrant Mothers Lives Improved
1,093 Babies, Children and their Migrant Mothers Lives Improved
<strong>234 </strong>Healthcare Interventions Performed
234 Healthcare Interventions Performed
<strong>32 </strong>Legal Matters Supported
32 Legal Matters Supported
Supplies Items Distributed to <strong>102 </strong>Vulnerable Mothers and Children
Supplies Items Distributed to 102 Vulnerable Mothers and Children
<strong>128,985</strong> MDWs and Employers Reached 
128,985 MDWs and Employers Reached 
<strong>65</strong> Families Provided One-on-One Assistance to Return Home
65 Families Provided One-on-One Assistance to Return Home
<strong>24</strong> Mothers and Children Provided a Safe Shelter
24 Mothers and Children Provided a Safe Shelter
<strong>109</strong> Educational Classes Provided to <strong>1,038</strong> Beneficiaries
109 Educational Classes Provided to 1,038 Beneficiaries
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"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