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A Filipino domestic worker washes dishes on board a barge along the Seine River in Paris.



A Filipino domestic worker washes dishes on board a barge along the Seine River in Paris.


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Thomas Morel-Fort






Jhen's family in the Philippines: Several families live from the money that Donna and Jhen regularly wire back home.



Jhen’s family in the Philippines: Several families live from the money that Donna and Jhen regularly wire back home.


Foto: Thomas Morel-Fort / Thomas-Morel-Fort





Greetings from back home: Jhen's daughter Jennidel (right) and her aunt telephone with Jhen in Paris.



Greetings from back home: Jhen’s daughter Jennidel (right) and her aunt telephone with Jhen in Paris.


Foto: Thomas Morel-Fort / Thomas-Morel-Fort





A rare moment of peace and quiet: Donna, Jhen and another friend meet up during the evening. The Filipino community in Paris is large.



A rare moment of peace and quiet: Donna, Jhen and another friend meet up during the evening. The Filipino community in Paris is large.


Foto: Thomas Morel-Fort





Female Migrant Workers in France: A Life Between Manila and Paris


Foto: Thomas Morel-Fort

Female Migrant Workers in France: A Life Between Manila and Paris

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