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Home in focus: From one brother to another

Every day, at around 10am, a black sport utility vehicle pulls up in the Tuas View area. Out steps Pastor Samuel Gift Stephen, who arrives for what he calls his "Meet-the-People Sessions" with migrant workers staying in factory-converted dormitories (FCDs) in the area.

The pastor has called this area his second home for the past six weeks.

The 43-year-old is chairman of the Alliance of Guest Workers Outreach (AGWO), a non-governmental organisation (NGO) that serves as an aggregator for voluntary welfare organisations, corporations and agencies. It provides care including counselling to migrant workers, and also organises activities like sports tournaments and secures venues for English and computer classes for them.

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