S-Oil to donate $48,000 to center for migrant womenS-Oil, Korea’s third-largest refiner, said yesterday it donated 50 million won ($48,700) to the Women Migrants Human Rights Center in Sungin-dong central Seoul to reach out to female migrants suffering from domestic violence as part of its “S-OIL Happy Together Campaign for Multicultural Families.”
The Women Migrants Human Rights Center runs shelters for female migrants and their children with the support of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. The donation given by S-OIL will be used to support counselors and interpreters or translators who help female migrants integrate into society. It is also used to offer daily necessities to those who have already left the facility.
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