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Migration of Sri Lankan women: analysis of causes and post arrival assistance

Authors: [Caritas Sri Lanka - SEDEC]
Keywords: social conditions -- Sri Lanka; domestic labor -- Sri Lanka; domestic workers -- Sri Lanka; economic conditions -- Sri Lanka; migrant workers -- Sri Lanka; housemaids -- Sri Lanka
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Caritas Sri Lanka - SEDEC
Description: "This study aimed to determine the causes of migration of women migrant domestic workers, obtain a deeper understanding of the situation of affected women, assess the status and nature of postarrival assistance to affected migrants, identify the personal, household and community assets and opportunities that encourage migrant workers to stay behind their families.The study was conducted on a 122 purposive sample of "Affected and Returned Migrant Workers" from six Districts of high and low labour sending regions in Sri Lanka. Ampara, Anuradhapura, Colombo, Nuwara Eliya, Puttalam, and Vavuniya were the six Districts covered by the study."
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Appears in Collections:South Asian Born-Digital NGO Reports Collection Project

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