This Campaign is a joint initiative by the National Committee of UNIFEM Singapore, Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics and Transient Workers Count Too. For more information about us, please look under the section of ‘Campaign HQ’ this site.

This is a public education campaign aimed at encouraging employers in Singapore to voluntarily give their domestic worker a day off. Through campaign activities such as talks, events, news articles and this website, we hope that enough people become convinced on the importance of giving their domestic worker personal time off.

To lend your support to the campaign and to know more about it, visit the Day Off website.

Watch the video, The Maid Trade – Singapore.


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