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Fatima heard about PathFinders from a friend and started coming to our education classes. Through those classes, Fatima not only expanded her knowledge, she also found and benefitted from the support of a community of mothers in a similar situation. Fatima attended every class she could to learn about parenting, child development and English.

Four years later, Fatima still attends classes at PathFinders once a week. Her sons are her inspiration. Fatima’s goal is to teach her sons everything she learns. Having tutored her older son in English at home, he is now number one in his English class at school. PathFinders is thrilled to see that this learning is passed on from mother to son, directly enabling the next generation to have a fair start in life.
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PathFinders receives Humanitarian Award from Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs 
As part of Indonesia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs Hassan Wirajuda Award for Civil Society, PathFinders was awarded a certificate of appreciation for providing humanitarian services to Indonesian nationals overseas. The award ceremony was generously hosted by the Indonesian Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau, Mr Tri Tharyat, at a special ceremony at the Indonesian Consulate. PathFinders accepted the certificate on behalf of everyone who makes the work we do even possible, including current and former volunteers, donors, staff, board and co-founders. PathFinders is a small humanitarian and human rights charity and we simply could not function without your extensive, and often pro bono, support - thank you all so very much!
Read the Media Coverage (in Bahasa Indonesian)
LegCo's Children's Rights Subcommittee
The Legislative Council's Subcommittee on Children's Rights held its fourth monthly meeting on Saturday. PathFinders spoke on behalf of the children we serve. We recommended that government departments guarantee the infants we help access to social welfare support, health care and legal identities. We also recommended that the government collect and publish data about babies born to migrant mothers in Hong Kong and their fathers. Based on PathFinders' 2016 data, fully 88% of the biological fathers were based in Hong Kong and so public welfare support for these babies should not be denied.
Read PathFinders' Written Submission to LegCo
Poh Lee Tan retires from PathFinders' Board of Directors
The fabulous Poh Lee Tan has retired as an executive Board Director of PathFinders and joins our Board Members Emeritus. Poh Lee’s retirement will allow her to focus more on helping the vulnerable elderly through the charity she founded, Mighty Oaks Foundation. PathFinders is grateful to Poh Lee for her steadfast advice and kindness and wishes her well at Mighty Oaks Foundation.
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In the Media
The Guardian this month highlights women migrant workers in Hong Kong making their voices heard. The article features long-term PathFinders' academic supporters, Professor Nicole Constable, J Y Pillay Global-Asia Professor of Social Sciences at Yale-NUS College, and Professor Hans Ladegaard, Head of English at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
The powerhouse that is Joanna Bowers, Director of The Helper Documentary, long-time PathFinders' supporter and mum was featured in Sassy Mama Hong Kong. The Helper documentary premieres on Sunday 14th May at the Asia Society - details will be available soon! Find out more about The Helper.
PathFinders in the News
Taiwan Reporter - "Giving children of migrants a chance" (Article in Chinese). A thorough article about PathFinders' work.
Currency Fair - PathFinders features in a global list of organizations that provides volunteering opportunities. 
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PathFinders' radioheads have been busy!
Thank you to Am 1044 Metro Plus Studio for their long-running support and for giving us the chance to reach out to local communities in Hong Kong. PathFinders was also able to share advice and knowledge through four interviews on Desi TadkaSiam Meung Yim, and PINOY TAYO SANMAN.

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