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Name of Organization Mission To New Arrivals Ltd
Mission MNA’s mission is to help new immigrants, the minority groups and those who are suffering from poverty to better integrate into the society of Hong Kong, to acquire strengths to face various challenges in their everyday lives, and to enable them to not only be independent but also capable of helping others. Through our work, we aim to transform lives so that the marginalised will no longer be perceived as burdens to the society but are embraced by the society as valuable lives and resources.
Objectives 1) To partner with various parties, including local churches and community networks, in offering holistic services to the new immigrants and their families, the minority groups and the poor.

2) To raise the capability and confidence of the target group so that they are more adaptable to the life in Hong Kong.
Core Services 1. Ministry to Newly-Arrived - Provide holistic and comprehensive support services to newly arrived families (including those from Mainland China and South Asia) to meet their material, psychological, social and spiritual needs.

2. Poverty relief - providing urgent subsidies like financial support, food and materials to people in need.

3. Life Education - The Life Building Centre and Creation Farm located in Fanling is established with the aim to serve the marginalized youth and rural elderly living nearby. We also organize experiential activities in the farm to nurture the appreciation of God’s creation, to cultivate positive values and to promote love and care for our environment.

4. Social Enterprise - create home-job opportunities for grassroots newly-arrived ladies so that they can look after their children while making some earnings.

5. Poverty Education - Raise the awareness of local students and the church community about the poverty issues in HK and to motivate them to take active steps to care and advocate for the poor.
Achievements / Pioneer Projects Organize the Top-Five Poverty News of the Year Election, particularly targeting secondary school students. Since its launch in 2009, over 50,000 students have participated in the election. The Election has successfully raised public awareness on poverty issues in Hong Kong.
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