ABOUT US

 
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Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”] is a Singapore-based charity founded in 2004. HOME is dedicated to empowering and supporting migrant workers who find themselves victims of human rights violations and suffer abuse and exploitation. 

We provide immediate crisis intervention as well as long-term support such as education and training programmes to achieve our goal of enhancing the wellbeing and future economic prospects of migrant workers. HOME also seeks to promote the diverse voices of migrant workers in Singapore through outreach projects, and public education on issues affecting migrant workers. Three pillars guide us: Welfare, Empowerment and Advocacy.

 
We believe in justice, equality, empowerment, and dignity for all migrant workers...
 
 

Our Team

Meet Our Team

 
 
 

Our Board of Directors

Meet Our Board of Directors

 
 
 
 

Natalia Goh Suk-Lin

President — Head of Credit Cards and Unsecured Lending,
Standard Chartered Bank

 

Henny Mardiani

Vice President — Law Clerk, The Arbitration Chambers, Singapore

 

Linda Ma'arof

Treasurer — Admin & Purchasing Manager, Kaizen Offshore & Marine Solutions.

 
 
 

Neil Arora

Vice-Treasurer Senior Managing Director, Macquarie Group

 

HENRY Lai Hoe Keat

SecretaryLecturer, Institute of Technical Education

 

CHRISTIANTO 

Vice-SecretaryHead of Strategic Planning, Apical

 
 
 
 

Laavanya Kathiravelu

Member — Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technological University

 
 

Abhishek Mittal

Member — Director, Talent Consulting Business, Willis Towers Watson

 
 

Tin Maung Win

Member Project Manager, Rock & Lab Pte Ltd

 
 
 
 

Our Annual Reports

ANNUAL REPORT 2017

The Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics [“H.O.M.E.”] was set up in September 2004. It was registered as a society (0236/2004 WEL) on 6 September 2004 and became a Charity with the status of an Institution of Public Character. HOME’s website address is home.org.sg. 

Download our 2017 Annual Report
Download our 2017 Audited Financial Report