Singapore’s migrant worker community endured a massive outbreak of COVID-19. Many workers had to be isolated, unable to work for extended periods.
CFS responded by partnering with Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics, Migrant Workers’ Centre and Transient Workers Count Too – to extend better care to migrant workers with MigrantsOK@Home.
Together, we contributed $283,000 to various community partners as part of a nationwide effort to support the migrant workers, benefitting 90,000 workers with care packages and pre-paid mobile top-ups. The mobile top-ups enabled workers to connect with loved ones, which helped improve their mental wellness during this challenging time.