We work with migrant women, girls, transgender and their families who come from Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian Creole speaking back grounds.
On our board there are female sex workers, whom we work with closely in community projects focused towards the Spanish speaking sex workers community and their families.
1. Language and cultural barriers are major challenges for migrant women and their families coming from Spanish speaking countries. Moreover, in Suriname the official language is Dutch and Lingua Franco Sarang Tongo, thus communication barriers are an ongoing challenge that we encounter in providing support to these women.
2. Access to health, social services, stigma & discrimination and increasing cases gender based violence, including seeking redress, is often met with institutional and vertical challenges.
1. Emergency Food Packages for migrant sex workers
2. Immigration assistance for migrants
3. Medical Reviews and Tele-Health for migrants and families
4. Emergency Rental Payments for migrants
5. Psychosocial care / Counselling Services for migrants that is language specific
6. Sexual Health promotion and outreach.
7. Social enterprise and Sustainability projects.