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協助Janan返回印尼家庭獲取更好的照顧

Janan現在已經快五歲了,她和家人現正居於菲律賓。五年前,她的母親珍妮在香港做外籍家庭傭工時懷上了她。對於Janan和她的三個兄弟姐妹來說,母親...
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Pregnant Foreign Domestic Workers (FDW) who are illegally fired or forced to resign lose access to public healthcare in Hong Kong within two weeks of their employment being terminated. This group of mothers and their babies are desperately in need of medical care, health system navigation, health education and tailored, cultural and language-specific advice.

PathFinders bridges healthcare service gaps by:
 

  1.   Facilitating access to medical services by partnering with pro bono doctors and clinics
  2.   Providing pre/postnal care and advice
  3.   Conducting home visits, to check up and support new mothers and their babies post delivery
  4.   Screening new mothers for postnatal depression
  5.   Supporting women to access famly planning advice
  6.   Ensuring babies and young children recieve all necessary immunisations
  7.   Advising mothers on breastfeeding, including providing breast pumps and formula (if unable to breastfeed)
  8.   Checking the growth parameters of every child

398 visits to our Health Centre
64 mothers accessed prenatal care 
71 newborn babies and mothers visited at home
61 mothers recieved postnatal depression screening
75 women empowered with family planning knowledge
83 babies immunised
71 mothers received breastfeeding advice and support
88 babies had growth parameters checked

88 babies had growth parameters checked

Key Service Partners

"We’ve been actively involved in PathFinders’  healthcare programme which is a fantastic initiative providing access to vital medical services and bridging the gaps in service provision."

Linda Burgoyne, CEO at Matilda International Hospital