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Friday, May 12, 2017

OFW With Cancer and Renal Failure Thrown Out from Employers House in Hong Kong?


Maybe the saddest part of being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is getting sick abroad, no family by your side and no one care for you, and the worst thing, you end up on the street, you are being thrown out in the house of your employer because you are now useless.  This is what happened to unnamed domestic helpers in Hong Kong, who, according to a Facebook post of Maria Elizabeth Embry is a victim of maltreatment and abuse.  In the post, the OFW is being thrown out in the street from the apartment of her employer at 2:30 in the morning, despite that the domestic worker is suffering from cancer and acute renal failure.



Maybe the saddest part of being an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) is getting sick abroad, no family by your side and no one care for you, and the worst thing, you end up on the street, you are being thrown out in the house of your employer because you are now useless.

This is what happened to unnamed domestic helpers in Hong Kong, who, according to a Facebook post of Maria Elizabeth Embry is a victim of maltreatment and abuse.

In the post, the OFW is being thrown out in the street from the apartment of her employer at 2:30 in the morning, despite that the domestic worker is suffering from cancer and acute renal failure.




In the picture, the domestic helper is longing for help while standing in the street of Hong Kong.

The post said the OFW receives a help from a friend that temporarily gives her shelter.

The incident happened as President Rodrigo Duterte will visits Hong Kong after attending the World Economic Forum on ASEAN in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.










(President Duterte in ASEAN)

While in Hong Kong the president will meet the Filipino community and OFWs there.



Approximately, there are 210,000 Filipinos in Hong Kong and 194,000 of them are OFWs and most of them are domestic laborers.



Duterte is scheduled to meet the Filipino community in Hong Kong on Saturday night.

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