Batis Center for Women extend the reach of its direct support and reintegration services to returned distressed women migrant workers and their families in Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, and Ilocos Sur.
Batis Center for Women conducts preventive education activities in communities of origin of the women returnees and provides proper information to vulnerable prospective migrants and their families in these areas.
Batis Center for Women works with various stakeholders in establishing a social and economic support and reintegration network for women migrant workers and their families at the grassroots level.
Batis Center for Women assists in the establishment of individual and group enterprises to address the needs of the women clients for economic empowerment. Batis also assists in the setting-up of community based social enterprises in order to spur economic activities at the community-level to generate wealth and ensuring that the wealth generated by these enterprises will positively impact community life.