HER STORY

Dealing with difficulty, distress and danger  Jazilatu Nasifah’s story is a series of struggles to save her job amidst the difficulties and dangers of domestic work. It also depicts the slave-like working conditions that a domestic


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By Fr. Dwight dela Torre Let us be co-workers of God Four weeks before Christmas we entered the season of Advent. The church lighted a candle for each week. Advent is that season of expectation and


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Istianah “I don’t like you. You should go back to Indonesia.” My employer repeatedly uttered these since I started work with her family. Her insulting attitude triggered fear and anxiety in me especially when she was


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Manang Flora Belinan was laid to rest in her backyard in Baguio City on October 5. She used to be a grassroots organizer both in her native Cordillera and among migrant workers in Hong Kong. Other


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Support the Mission For Migrant Workers

Life finds meaning in helping others. Be a part of our MISSION. The Mission For Migrant Workers, now registered as MFMW Limited, is an ecumenical, charitable, non-governmental institution established in Hong Kong in 1981. It is


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Give Care to our Caregivers: MFMW’s great activity directed to all domestic workers By Laura Nunez Olaciregui Volunteers, workers and interns of the Mission for Migrant Workers Limited arrived early to prepare the logistics for the


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By Rev Dwight de la Torre, IFI The Obsipo Maximo/Supreme Bishop of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente/Philippine Independent Church, The Most Revd Ephraim S. Fajutagana, issued a pastoral message on 3 August 2015 on the occasion of


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MFMW Casework Report 2014: Labor and agency problems, top woes of HK foreign helpers

Labor cases stemming from violations of contract, and illegal practices of recruitment agencies in Hong Kong have remained as the top problems of foreign domestic workers, according to the 2014 Casework Report released today by the


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The Mission for Migrant Workers started accepting donations for Elis’ family since three days ago, March 17. There were two methods utilized – thru Paypal and via bank transfers. As of Friday 12 noon HK time,


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Elis Kurniasih died on March 16th, 2015 five days after being crushed by a 60kg concrete slab at the boarding house of her recruitment agency, Sunlight Employment agency. Elis is a divorcee with two children aged 10


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