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Monday, May 07, 2018

OFW In Lebanon Spends Hellish Life Sleeping In Her Employers Toilet

An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".
It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.
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An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".  It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.    She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.  Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.  At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.    When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.    Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.  According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.  She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"    Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.    READ MORE:   List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank

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The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.
An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".  It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.    She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.  Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.  At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.    When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.    Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.  According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.  She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"    Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.    READ MORE:   List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank
She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.

Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.
At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.
An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".  It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.    She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.  Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.  At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.    When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.    Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.  According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.  She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"    Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.    READ MORE:   List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank
When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.
An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".  It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.    She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.  Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.  At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.    When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.    Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.  According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.  She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"    Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.    READ MORE:   List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank
Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.

According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.
She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"
An OFW in Lebanon shared her ordeal and the struggle she went through including spending nights inside her employer's toilet as her male employer was harassing her sexually, locking her inside the house, which she described as "living in hell".  It is not the only case where OFWs especially those who are deployed as household service workers in the Middle East, to have experienced abuse and maltreatment. If not for their family back home, they would not endure these kinds of hardships and burden.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links       The OFW who shared her unpleasant experience in a social media group said she was able to do it because she cannot bear the burden anymore.    She first worked in a salon but unfortunately, her relationship with her "madam" wasn't good. She escaped from the salon and went back to the agency without anything but faith in God.  Because there was no available job for her at that time, she was temporarily deployed in a household. Again it did not turn out good. As she describes it, it was like a nightmare.  At the middle of the night, she was awakened with someone embracing her and touching her. She managed to get off but the house was locked. She then ran to the toilet and stayed there and cried until morning.    When it was 9am she went out of the toilet when she thought that no one was in the house, that time she was so hungry. Still, she cannot leave the house because it was locked. At 5pm, her employer went home saying: "How are you, my girl? Don't be scared. What do you want, girl, only to stay in my house and eat my food for free?" Hearing those words, she was shaking and tears started falling down her cheeks. She was helpless.    Every night she takes refuge staying at the toilet until the agency sent another Filipina who also escaped from her employer. She was relieved knowing that she already has a companion. She was also hoping that somehow, her Lebanese employer will stop harassing her.  According to her, that was the very first time she shared it with anyone, even her family hardly know about it. She added that no matter how difficult her work will be, she will endure it. It wasn't easy to take care of 3 ill-mannered kids. Just do not lose faith in God because He will never forsake us.  She ended her message by saying "God bless all OFWs and thanks!"    Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.    READ MORE:   List of Philippine Embassies And Consulates Around The World    Deployment Ban In Kuwait To Be Lifted Only If OFWs Are 100% Protected —Cayetano    Why OFWs From Kuwait Afraid Of Coming Home?   How to Avail Auto, Salary And Home Loan From Union Bank
Her story could be your story or even hundreds more of OFWs in Lebanon and other parts of the world. It is high time that they consider preparing to come home and make a living with the help of the government. OWWA is giving assistance and skills training to equip returning OFWs to set-up their own business in order to earn money and have a good future without having to leave their loved ones behind. One of these programs is the Balik-Pinas, Balik-Hanapbuhay Program where OFWs can receive P20K cash assistance. TESDA is also conducting free skills and entrepreneurship training for returning OFWs.

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