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Benefit from the Mission’s 38th anniversary celebration

17 May 2019

By Cynthia Tellez

(For this issue we will give way to public announcements from the Mission about its forthcoming celebration of its 38th founding anniversary)

Know more about your rights as a migrant worker by visiting a consultation booth to be set up on Chater Road on May 19, as part of the Mission for Migrant Workers’ 38th anniversary.

The booth is just one of several to be set up in line with the Mission’s regular Care to Caregivers services fair. The event is held 3 to 4 times a year to provide free services and information for the whole day to migrant domestic workers, hoping to give back the care they give to Hong Kong families for six days in a week.

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The Mission partners with different service providers in providing free blood pressure check, Chinese medicine consultation, reflexology, massage, dental care, financial literacy education, expressive art therapy, as well as free drinks and information material on labor-related matters.

At the same time, an awarding ceremony for the winning “good employers” under the Happy Homes program will be held. This is a social advocacy which promotes (1) respect, (2) recognition, (3) mutual understanding and (4) fair-treatment between employer and worker.


Those who are interested to submit a nomination are encouraged to do this self-check first:
1. I am being respected
2. I am treated as a human with dignity.
3. I am provided with freedom to connect with my community
4. My basic human needs are satisfied
5. I feel included in the family
6. The family makes an effort to understand me
7. The family allows me to voice out my opinions
8. The family gives me love and care
9.My work is being recognised
10. I feel that the family I work with is sensitive to our cultural differences and willing to accept that

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Those whose employers are awarded the Happy Homes seal of approval could have their stories shared online

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About 50 awards have already been handed out in line with this scheme. Those who want to submit nominations and get more information may visit the Facebook page of the Mission for Migrant Workers, or send their names and contact numbers to 9300 5429.

In relation to this, a Colouring Competition will be launched. Details will be announced then.

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To help the Mission carry out the various activities on the day, it is seeking volunteers. Those who want to help may fill out the application form here: Oku-vpP8eztrNtKnmbo 5C_zfj60sSIVEETQ/viewform? usp=send_form or contact 9300 5429.

This is the monthly column from the Mission for Migrant Workers, an institution that has been serving the needs of migrant workers in Hong Kong for over 31 years. The Mission, headed by its general manager, Cynthia Tellez, assists migrant workers who are in distress, and  focuses its efforts on crisis intervention and prevention through migrant empowerment. Mission has its offices at St John’s Cathedral on Garden Road, Central, and may be reached through tel. 2522 8264.
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