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Transformed Life

April 17, 2013

 

“Transformed Life”

Dilmaya lives in Handikhola VDC-9, Dhillipur. She is 40 years old. Dilmaya returned from Saudi Arab 8 months ago. She went to Saudi Arab with dream to earn enough money for two years and she travelled through India. Those two years were so hard and painful for her that she doesn’t even liked to share about it.  After getting back to Nepal she lived isolated and difficult life.

Share and Care Nepal (SCN), Human Liberation Project (HLP) organized scattered women and formed Dillipur Action Women Group in Kartik 2068.  Along with mobilizing women’s group, project reached out to survivors and counsels them to live meaningful life. Dilmaya was one of them who were under counseling through project. After counseling she joined women group. She started to attend monthly meeting regularly of the group. On continuous discussion about human trafficking and foreign employment in the group, she started to unfold her untold life stories. She shared that she had gone to Saudi Arab through unsafe way (India). She could not find the work she was promised for. She was forced to work as domestic helper. She was ill-treated. During counseling she shared,'' that was heinous life. I do not want to remember.'' In between, she also realized to go for medical checkup. It was her happiest moment when she saw her medical checkup report and found that she was not infected by STDs. She also started to participate in various activities of the group.

At present, Dilmaya is an active member of the group. She has been able to overcome her painful experiences. She says to other overseas employment aspirants,'' It is not easy to earn money as it is thought.'' She also advises to be careful before going for foreign job. She has started pig farming with Rs 10,000 which she got as a loan from the revolving fund mobilized from group and funded by HLP project. Her husband who has also returned from foreign employment is a being a great help in her work. She along with her husband dreams to do enlarge their farming and do better in their own motherland.

Collected By

Sandesh Mainali

 


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