You can place an ORDER on the item(s) by just telephoning to 2351 6333 to specify the design and size (we have small, medium and large sizes) you want. With an extra fee of $20 we will deliver the item to your office directly (to settle payment at the same time) or you can come to our centre.Retail：1st Fl., 399-401 Shanghai St., Yaumatei, Kowloon)
Where will the income go? Will it go ALL to the Hong Kong Pakistani group members?
Yes! All the net income earned will go to the local Pakistanis. The Centre will not charge any administration costs onto the income earned. However, the material costs and the consignment fee will be deducted from the total income.
All designs in large, medium, small sizes with bust width of 40 inches, 38 inches, 36 inches respectively (specially size can be accustomed)
About HIDDEN WOMEN Art Craft Studio
HIDDEN WOMEN is a self-employed group of local Pakistani women. The group members are residing in San Po Kong, Kwun Tong, Yau Ma Tei, Jordon, Sham Shui Po districts on the Kowloon side. They have resided in here Hong Kong from 4 months to over 10 years. Most of them are unemployed and are housewives at home. There education levels are varied, from University graduated to no education received. The group name HIDDEN WOMEN is named under a previous group member and she explained the Pakistani needs are HIDDEN from the concerns and understanding of Hong Kong society.
About the Centre
Catholic Diocese of HK Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers (Kowloon) (or simplier : Catholic Kowloon Workers’ Centre) is a non-profit making organization （with Tax Exemption Status under Section 88 of Inland Revenue Status） dedicated to serve all the grassroot workers and their families. We dedicate to serve all the workers in Hong Kong who are being socially marginalized, by the force of economic and cultural factors, regardless of their age, sex and religion.
Revealing the Statistics
2001 Population Census Thematic Report – Ethnic Minorities revealed that the median monthly income of Male Pakistani is 17% lower than the HK people. The In fact, Pakistani ethnics are having lowest average income among all ethnic minorities in HK. The labour force participation rate of Male Pakistani is 80.8% while the female is just 6.7%).
The HK Pakistani families are generally facing challenge of low income.