Rappler's latest stories on migrant life in qatar
Entrepreneur Dahlia Agbanlog opens her first restaurant knowing that for Filipinos working abroad, there’s nothing like a cooked meal reminiscent of home
Here's how OFWs can spot and avoid illegal recruitment activity
For migrant workers, failing to pay off loans can mean jail time and loss of income
The overseas employment contract is a form of offsite protection for OFWs
The women’s resource shelter offers skills training so the OFWs will have a fall back when they go back home
For migrant workers in Qatar, Fridays are the one and only day they have to themselves
Many migrant workers go into huge debt to pay placement fees just so they can work abroad. But some labor rights groups and companies say workers should not have to pay for a job.