Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Amid financial stress of pandemic, Hong Kong NGO helping domestic workers manage debt will receive funding from Operation Santa Claus

  • Hong Kong’s domestic helpers are often targeted by unscrupulous lenders, and can find themselves trapped in cycles of debt
  • Enrich HK is planning a programme to help them spot predatory lending terms – and avoid loans in the first place

Topic |   Operation Santa Claus
Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Enrich HK’s director of programmes, Tynna Mendoza (left), and the group’s communications manager, Zamira Monteiro. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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