Guides provide clear and accessible information on the rights and responsibilities of domestic migrant workers and their employers. They are intended to reduce workers’ vulnerability to abusive relationships.
Provision of first aid training and basic training on community health to vulnerable migrant groups and host communities.
Provision of educational support through after school groups and other initiatives.
A network of community interpreters provide neutral and independent support across different service areas for migrants.
A mobile phone application that provides newly arrived migrants relevant information on available services to help them settle in.
Smart practices report and database survey
About the report
People migrate in pursuit of a better life for themselves and their families. As described in the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies’ (IFRC) Policy on Migration, “migrants are persons who leave or flee their habitual residence to go to new places – usually abroad – to seek opportunities or safer and better prospects.