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The curse of Saudi jobs: Family waited for nearly three months to receive kin's body

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Two weeks after The Standard interviewed Kagea’s relative in Moi’s Bridge, her body arrived in the country. No autopsy was conducted.

The curse of Saudi jobs: Family waited for nearly three months to receive kin's body

By Stephen Rutto | 16 days ago

What you should know before you hire that house help

What you should know before you hire that house help

In most cases house helps in Kenya are considered as lesser beings who don't understand their rights. A lot of changes have been made in this area to restore their dignity.As an employer or potential employer, you need to be aware of these changes.

Paul Barasa | 4 years ago

Uganda brings maids home from Saudi Arabia after abuse complaints

Ugandan officials are helping to bring back about 24 women working as domestic staff in Saudi Arabia after complaints about abuse that prompted a ban on sending Ugandans as housemaids to the Gulf state, a spokesman said on Friday.

Reuters | 5 years ago

Uganda bans maids working in Saudi Arabia amid complaints of mistreatment

The government of Uganda said on Friday it will stop sending housemaids to Saudi Arabia, eclipsing a deal between the two nations to ship workers to the wealthy Gulf nation amid complaints of poor conditions and mistreatment.

Thomson Reuters Foundation | 5 years ago

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