Gulf States’ Slow March Toward Domestic Workers’ Rights – Human Rights Watch


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Gulf States' Slow March Toward Domestic Workers' Rights
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“Rashida,” from Kigamboni in Tanzania's commercial capital of Dar es Salaam, said a recruiter promised her a job as a domestic worker for a family in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Instead, she wound up in a recruitment agency office in Dubai ...

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Gulf States’ Slow March Toward Domestic Workers’ Rights – Equal Times


Gulf States' Slow March Toward Domestic Workers' Rights
Equal Times
“Rashida,” from Kigamboni in Tanzania's commercial capital of Dar es Salaam, said a recruiter promised her a job as a domestic worker for a family in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. Instead, she wound up in a recruitment agency office in Dubai ...

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Tanzania: Rumour Has It, There Is a Lion On the Loose in Kigamboni – AllAfrica.com


Tanzania: Rumour Has It, There Is a Lion On the Loose in Kigamboni
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Dar es Salaam — Residents of Kigamboni have not been able to sleep well for fear of a lion on the loose. However, Coastal Zonal Anti-poaching Unit at the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has assured the residents, that this is just a rumour.

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