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What Does It Mean To Protect A Person?

We continue to reflect on the 4 verbs presented by Pope Francis in his message for the 104th World Day of Migrants and Refugees. When you think of the word protect, what often comes to mind? Is it someone of strength protecting the weak? It is often intimidating to put to practice when we think of it in such terms. But often, we practice the virtue of protect in our daily living - Be it looking out for our loved ones or doing our best at a task at hand. Join us in the reflection below: Hear a sharing of…

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Care For Our Migrant Brothers And Sisters
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Care For Our Migrant Brothers And Sisters

With pastoral care at the forefront of our outreach, we spoke to migrant workers, foreign domestic workers, transnational families and foreign spouses to understand the needs of our beneficiaries. Based on our findings, this was our response for the Circuit Breaker Month: Meeting Physical and Social Needs Rallying the help of the Catholic Community, like minded organisations like SocialGifting and the public: "We are grateful that even during the Circuit Breaker period, there are people out there who still reach out to us. God Bless You!" - ACMI Beneficiary Meeting Mental and Emotional Needs We continued to provide case management…

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Thank You! Our Migrant Brothers and Sisters

We called and you responded! We would like to thank all of you who submitted your videos and for helping us in pulling this video of encouragement for migrant workers - Our Brothers and Sisters. Truly, those who received this video have feel less alone and isolated during this time. No longer just workers but friends and brothers and sisters😊 Thank you brothers and sisters. For your presence, for being here with us and for all you’ve done for us. 🤗♥️

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ACMI Update: Phase 1 Post Circuit Breaker Measures

Post Circuit Breaker Measures Update Singapore enters Phase 1 of the Post Circuit Breaker from 2 June. In line with government measures please note that: The ACMI team will continue to work from home (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm) All Skills Development Classes will continue to remain suspended. If you have questions please Call/Whatsapp: 8600 3583  The Case Management Pastoral Care Ministry: Meetings and updates with beneficiaries will be done over the phone or on Whatsapp Video Call. Any multi-disciplinary discussions with other agencies and organisations will be conducted through video conference.  If you are a migrant and need…

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Passing It On To Others Who Need It More
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Passing It On To Others Who Need It More

Our Case Worker - Christopher Yu shares about the generosity and altruism of a migrant family. With the Circuit Breaker extension, our case workers have been calling in to check up on our beneficiaries to ensure that they were given the necessary support – physical, emotional and mental. They had spent the last week calling up families to arrange for a second round of care packs, which ACMI plans to distribute to vulnerable transnational families and migrant individuals. With the many distress calls received and calls going out to families, one of our case workers - Christopher Yu was deeply…

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ACMI Update: Circuit Breaker Measures

Circuit Breaker Measures Update In light of the increased risk of community transmission of the COVID-19 virus, the ACMI team will have the following measures in place from 7 April until 4 May 2020: The team will work from home (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm) All Skills Development Classes will continue to remain suspended. If you have questions please Call/Whatsapp: 8600 3583  The Case Management Pastoral Care Ministry: Meetings and updates with beneficiaries will be done over the phone or on Whatsapp Video Call. Any multi-disciplinary discussions with other agencies and organisations will be conducted through video conference.  If…

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Guide for employers and FDWs during this period of COVID-19

A guide for employers and FDWs to overcome COVID-19 together! We understand that this may be a stressful period for everyone with the many advisories being putting out. To guide us during this period, we have pulled out the relevant tips for your attention: Advisory on Rest Days: FDWs are advised to stay home during this period. FDWs who have errands to run are encouraged to take their rest day on a weekday. FDWs who wish to stay home of their rest day should not be given work on their rest day. For FDWs who wish to forgo their rest…

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Reaching out to migrants and transnational families during COVID-19

Partnering with individual donors and organisations, we reached out to migrant workers and transnational families during COVID-19. Many kind hearts have stepped forward to partner with us to offer assistance in kind to vulnerable migrant individuals and families living in Singapore. Many of these vulnerable migrants and families that we reach out to have limited access to local social support. Furthermore, support from their own families and relatives are limited due to travel restrictions and border controls at this time of the Corona virus. ACMI Case Management Ministry distributing Care Packs to clients The case management ministry distributed Care Packs…

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Promote and Integrate

Day 10/10 - Promote and Integrate “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor.  He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, and to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.” - Luke 4: 18 – 19  READ This is the last day of our reflection and sharing! We hope that the last nine days has allowed you to take a journey to the heart and find healing. "It's not just about migrants,…

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Welcome and Protect

Day 9/10 - Welcome and Protect “Come you who are blessed by my father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.  For I was a stranger and you welcomed me… Lord, when did we see you a stranger and welcome you?  Amen I say to you. Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25: 34b, 35, 37, 40) READ It all starts from when we were little, excluding a classmate different from us at the playground or not inviting them to a party. This is probably…

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