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Bishnu Maya’s Story

February 21, 2012

Bishnu Maya’s Story

36 years old Bishnu maya, lives in Ajingare, Hadikhola VDC Ward no.6 in Makwanpur District. There are seven members in her family. Her economic condition is not well due to her husband’s poor health.

She has gone Lebnan for foreign employment 2 years ago through local agent for better work and income. She spent Rs.65, 000/- to reach there. Due to lack of education and language problem she had spend very hard time there. She was physically and mentally tortured. She was unable to earn money whatever she expected. Then she come back to her home after spending 33 months with the help of her friend there. 

Lack of awareness and knowledge regarding foreign employment she went there.  She said that she cried more than six months and miss her children and family.  “I never want to go abroad. I want to stay in my own country with my family and I also suggest others not to go for foreign employment”, she said.   

Now Bishnu Maya is happy with her family. She has joined the women group formed by Share and Care Nepal, Human Liberty project. She has committed to work with group and project against human trafficking and make the women aware on these issues.  

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Menuka Deuja

Social Mobilizer


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