-2 Service Centres for Migrants Domestic Workers
-Rights-based and Critical Intervention Consultations
-Psychological Counselling and Consultation
-Training and Interest Classes
Human rights and justice are universal values and beliefs; they are also hallmarks in any civilised society. As such, since 1993, Christian Action has been providing service programmes for migrant domestic workers to help them fight for their legal rights and provide suitable protection. At the same time, this also provides a platform where we seek justice together. Apart from providing suitable services and assistance, we also try to raise awareness about the plight of migrant domestic workers to enhance society’s understanding of their situation and eradicate prejudice and discrimination.
Provide rights-based and critical intervention consultations and emergency assistance to help them understand their rights and legal protection
Sets up an emergency shelter to provide a safe haven so they can live in a safe and peaceful environment while their cases are being processed.
Provide psychological counselling and assistance to pay attention to their emotional problems and mental health
Organise activities with partner organisations to enhance the workers’ knowledge of their health care, social welfare and other rights and help the public understand the challenges faced by workers.
Organise training and interest classes to enhance their skills
Organise recreational activities to help them build their social circles where they can help each other