Domestic workers in the US do not receive overtime pay or a minimum wage. They are not even protected from sexual harassment. Urge Congress to change that.
OPRIFS was legally registered on January 14th, 2000. Working in three woredas (districts) of Addis Ketema, the Organization for Prevention, Rehabilitation & Integration of Female Street Children (OPRIFS) focuses on the promotion of safer migration of young women and girls. OPRIFS seeks to improve the economic livelihood of the poorest women and girls through self-help groups. They specifically reach out to those currently in domestic work who are amongst those likely to be migrating, to negotiate improved working conditions with employers. OPRIFS also provides specialist support services to returnees, organizes community dialogues and strengthens the collaboration of relevant stakeholders to improve the identification of returnees and potential migrant women and girls.
To see a society in which child abuse is eliminated and where children's dignity is fully protected and respected