MIGRANT WORKERS ASSISTED EACH YEAR
DOMESTIC WORKERS IN DISTRESS HOUSED EACH YEAR
DOMESTIC WORKERS GRADUATE FROM
OUR HOME ACADEMY EACH YEAR
Direct assistance, shelter and free food for domestic workers who have been abused.
Counselling/legal aid for migrant workers in Singapore and when they have returned to their countries of origin.
Skills training and capacity-building programmes such as English language classes, computer classes, baking, cooking, and caregiving courses for domestic workers.
Research on key migrant worker issues.
This International Migrants Day, we asked some of Singapore’s migrant workers to share a wish list, the video of which you can see below. Migrant workers account for 150.3 million of the world’s approximately 232 million migrants (ILO Global Estimates on Migrant Workers, Dec 2015). And Singapore is a popular destination country among many migrant […]READ MORE
Always on call: the prevalence of abuse and exploitation of domestic workers There are approximately 243,000 migrant domestic workers in Singapore and by 2030, the government has projected that the numbers may rise to 300,000. What is the prevalence of exploitation and abuse among these women? The Singapore Ministry of Manpower says that […]READ MORE
On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we call upon the Singapore government to strengthen social support systems and access to remedies for women and girls who are survivors of violence. Migrant domestic workers are often the most at risk of physical, verbal and sexual abuse. Their vulnerability is heightened because […]READ MORE
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For domestic workers: 1800-797 7977 / +65 6341 5525
For migrant workers: +65 6341 5535
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