PathFinders’ Study: Over 80% of MDW Employers Think They Can Dismiss an MDW Due to Pregnancy

Study displays employers’ low levels of knowledge of MDW maternity rights plus a lack of [...]

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Mother’s Day: In Conversation with Xyza Cruz Bacani

PathFinders caught up with Xyza Cruz Bacani, renowned photographer and author, this Mother’s Day, (1) [...]

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How A MDW #WorkingMomsHK & Her Child Celebrate Easter

Our Ambassador, Jean Bulac, share with us how she and her daughter will be celebrating Good Friday/Easter. [...]

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Heart-to-Heart Connection: Former MDW Mom Elena and Her Daughter Niña

“​​Mama, please don’t go away again.” – Niña Elisha (10 years old) Niña Elisha, ten [...]

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Meet our Ambassador – Meryviel Daleon

Say hi to Meryviel Daleon in our very first “Ambassador Takeover”! Meryviel is from Davao [...]

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How Migrant Domestic Worker Moms Celebrate Christmas Day & New Year’s Day in Hong Kong

Christmas Day – often referred to as the most wonderful time of the year – [...]

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New Pioneer Pack for Kids!

PathFinders’ new Pioneer Pack has a number of interactive activities for your kids and families [...]

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Working Moms, Working Together – Alyson Hau and Agnes Miraflores

Not only is Alyson Hau a talented DJ and radio presenter, she is also a [...]

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10 Things Employers Can Do To Make Their Migrant Domestic Workers’ Life Better

Happy International Domestic Workers’ (IDW) Day to all the 370,000 Migrant Domestic Workers (MDWs) for [...]

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Helper Appreciation Day: A BIG thank you to all our Helper Heroes!

Today is the first annual Helper Appreciation Day! Let’s take this great opportunity to express [...]

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International Day of Families: ALL FAMILIES MATTER

15 May is International Day of Families, or International Family Day. It’s a day to [...]

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Stress Awareness Month: Work-Life Balance and Mental Health

This April, Stress Awareness Month, PathFinders in collaboration with Mind HK is focusing on the [...]

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MomDay – Neda Reyes Lontoc

Monday is MomDay at PathFinders! Every Monday we celebrate #WorkingMomsHK. Today we are celebrating one [...]

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Ambassador Appreciation Day

Since the launch of our Train the Trainers Programme in 2019, we have been incredibly [...]

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Maternity Leave Increases From 10 to 14 Weeks

TOP 5 FACTS FOR MIGRANT DOMESTIC WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS 1. Effective Date MDWs whose maternity [...]

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Public Opinion Survey Summary Report

All working women in Hong Kong are entitled, without discrimination, to maternity leave. However, over [...]

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Practical and Affordable Options When Your MDW is On Long Leave

Many households in Hong Kong, especially those with young children and elderly parents, rely heavily [...]

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PathFinders Help 34 Migrant Babies Obtain Birth Certificates

After two months of closure due to COVID-19, the Births Registries have resumed services last [...]

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Supporter Interview: Dr Hans J. Ladegaard

Dr Hans J. Ladegaard is a Professor and Head of Department of English at the [...]

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Top 5 Misconceptions among MDWs in HK

HK currently employs 390,000 FDWs. This number is forecast to rise to over 600,000 by [...]

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How does PathFinders’ define success?

What does success mean to you? Some find it in the outcomes or accomplishments, while [...]

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Our Shelter faces closure without immediate funding!

At PathFinders we believe every child deserves a fair start in life. Founded in 2008 [...]

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Open Letter to Funders

The double impact of the socio-political unrest and the outbreak of Covid-19 has sent shockwaves [...]

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PathFinders and our beneficiaries are championing positive parenting

In response to citywide suspension of classes including our education workshops, we are engaging migrant [...]

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Mourning the death of a child

On Children’s Day, 4th April, we were heartbroken to read in the media about the [...]

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For Migrant Domestic Workers: 3 Essential Tips to Help You Achieve Your Goals

A number of people, including Migrant Domestic Workers (MDWs), came to Hong Kong with the [...]

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