During the global pandemic COVID-19 outbreak, women often mothers are the most vulnerable. Globally women do 3 times as much unpaid care work as men and up to 70% of healthcare workers is conducted by women. Bringing women’s economic resilience to be ready for any uncertainty going forward becomes more important than ever.
When Abeer came to HK from India during her teenage years, she faced discrimination due to her ethnicity. She has worked hard to find her way, while also caring for her 3 children. Now, her dream is to start her own NGO to support new arrivals to HK.
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There are 1000s of stories like Abeer’s in HK. The opportunities for underprivileged, ethnic minority mothers have always been few. The Moms4Moms Fellowship Program seeks to teach entrepreneurship skills to inspired women like Abeer to help them achieve their dreams.
在香港有上千個類似Abeer的故事。 基層少數族裔母親的工作機會一直很少。 Moms4Moms媽媽創業家計劃旨在教授創業技能，以啟發像Abeer這樣的女性，幫助他們實現夢想。