ROHI managed to raise S$200 for Mdm Ni's first disbursement. The case managers met Mdm Ni to pass her the cheque, as well as to catch up with her on how she is doing. Mdm Ni shared with us that she is currently still staying in her ex employer's dormitory even though it is infested with rats, for fear of further straining their relationship. Furthermore, she is unable to afford the additional cost if she were to move out from her current accommodation. Mdm Ni is currently attending physiotherapy thrice a week for her injury, fully paid for by her previous employer as mandated by MOM. This relieves part of Mdm Ni's stress when she was unable to go for the physiotherapy sessions as she could not afford the fees. However, the doctor has also informed that her injury has resulted in a permanent disability for her right thumb due to the damage to the tendons.