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“In the heart of my story, there is a voice. I want my voice to not just echo but be listened to. I want my story to have the power to make a difference and make a change so domestic workers have rights as workers and be respected as human beings.”


My name is Alzua, and I’m from the Philippines. I am 31 years old and a mother of one child. I have loved singing since I was young. My family loved listening to my songs, they were my original fans. I have a simple dream in my life: to live happily together with my family. Because of poverty, I have sacrificed a lot to work abroad to support my family’s needs and to give my son a better future, but I am firm in my decision and I am working hard to reach my dreams for my family. 


It was The Voice of Domestic Workers (VoDW) who gave me a new life here in the UK during a time when I didn't know where to go. This organisation supported me to be able to stand on my feet again and educated me about my rights. Joining Future Voices will be a new challenge for me and I look forward to this amazing journey.


Voice of Domestic Workers in Collaboration with SoundDelivery Media

The Voice of Domestic Workers
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