Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee
Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s ‘invisible victims’: children from ethnic minority groups struggling with mental health problems, worsened by Covid-19

  • Children increasingly battling depression and other issues as they endure poverty, physical abuse, forced marriage, social impact of Covid-19
  • With support of Operation Santa Claus, Zubin Foundation is setting up city’s first well-being centre for counselling ethnic minority kids 

Topic |   Operation Santa Claus
Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee
Shalini Mahtani, founder of The Zubin Foundation, is establishing Hong Kong’s first well-being centre specialising in supporting children from ethnic minority communities. Photo: Dickson Lee
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