Migrant worker advocate Bridget Tan in intensive care after suffering stroke

Ms Bridget Tan (seen in this 2012 file photo), the founder and chief executive of foreign workers' advocacy group Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (Home), is in intensive care after suffering a stroke on Wednesday, Feb 5, 2014.

The founder and chief executive of foreign workers' advocacy group Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (Home) Bridget Tan is in intensive care after suffering a stroke on Wednesday morning.

 


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See the full Facebook post from the Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People below:

We have received news that Bridget Lew, founder of H.O.M.E, a humanitarian organisation dedicated to serving the interests of migrant workers in Singapore, is in the intensive care unit of Changi General Hospital.

She collapsed at her home this morning and was taken to hospital. She is suspected of suffering from a stroke arising from a blood clot in her brain.
Please pray for her.

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