Empower migrant domestic workers to invest in themselves
through financial and empowerment education.
My dream is to be an entrepreneur and my finances are on track to fulfil this dream.
I was able to pay off my debts within one year!
I have learned how to be a good leader, and how to communicate with others from different backgrounds.
My children now send me a breakdown of our finances before I send money home, so we can save for the future.
How We Help
We empower migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong with the tools to overcome financial difficulties and achieve their goals and dreams.
Although domestic workers may earn higher salaries in Hong Kong than in their home countries, a lack of financial literacy leaves them ill-equipped to deal with the enormous pressures on their finances, including recruitment debt, family obligations, extortionate interest rates or scams. Enrich graduates learn how to:
Plan and save for the future
We believe that domestic workers can use their time in Hong Kong to plan for a future with greater financial security.
Communicate effectively with family/friends
Our graduates learn to withstand financial pressures from family and friends, as well as engage family in working towards goals together.
Make informed financial decisions
How do you spot scams? What are the risks of investing? How do you write a business plan? Our graduates learn to make wise judgements to plan and protect their finances.
I'm a domestic worker
We equip migrant domestic workers with the tools to save, budget and plan for a future with greater financial security
We believe that education should be impactful, accessible and tailored to domestic workers’ needs. We offer our participants a range of learning opportunities, using both interactive and traditional teaching methods.
An introduction to entrepreneurship for domestic workers who are planning to start a business.
I learned a lot like being more mindful about spending money even on petty expenses.
Impact is very important to us and we constantly evaluate our programmes. Research shows that our workshops have a life-changing impact on migrant domestic workers’ financial knowledge, behaviour and confidence.
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