Lives of female migrant workers in Middle East: Delving into stories beyond the dollars.
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Sri Lanka, March 11 -- The International Women's Day culminated with vibrant celebrations and appreciation toward women who have succeeded in life. And then, there are those women who represent the estate sector, farmer and fisheries communities, janitorial service, prostitution and many other blue-collar professions that never get appreciated. Female migrant labourers too are part of this segment. Amid numerous hardships and ordeals, they continue to send in dollars to bolster the economy. In a recently launched publication titled 'Foreign Migrant Labour Mafia: The Blood, Tears and Coins,' it was revealed that between 2009 and 2017, as many as 822,758 women have left for work in Middle Eastern countries. According to the Economic and Soc...
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