- An OFW who is currently based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is seeking help so that she would be able to go back to the Philippines
- According to the letter sender she is being maltreated by her employers
- Asking help is also nearly impossible since they are not allowed to own a cellphone
Our letter sender is from Rebecca Naciluan, 28 years old, she has one child and she is from Davao City.
Rebecca is currently based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. According to her, they are being treated badly by their employer, "tapos pag hindi nabibigay ung gusto ng matanda nananapak at minumura ako na para bang napakasama Kong tao.. Minsan tinutulak ako.. tinatapunan ako ng kung ano ano...na isip ko ba kit Ganon.."
They are not allowed to own a cellphone, hence, making it hard to ask for help.
When her father died on February 19, 2018, Rebecca asked for her employer's permission to go home but they did not allow her, "Kinausap ko po ung amo kong lalaki na gusto Kong umuwi dahil namatay po ung tatay ko at kailangan ako ng nanay ko. Pro hindi niya ako pinayagan na ang sabi nya sa akin malaki daw ung nagastos niya sa pagpapadala sa akin ddto sa jeddah.."
Rebecca is seeking help so that she could go back to the Philippines. All of the contact details needed are already included in her letter.
Read her full story below:
According to Rebecca, she also once dreamed of a better future for her family, just like her fellow OFWs. But with her employer's alleged bad treatment she would rather go back to the Philippines and stay with her loved ones.
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