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Jenny Abenoja


Having a clear understanding, knowledge and skills to become a public spokeswoman will enable me to promote the importance of migrant domestic workers in the care economy and their well-being so the government and wider public will honour and respect us

My Story

I am Jenny, 35 years old, I was born in the Philippines. I believe in the saying “Poverty is not the hindrance to success“, this quote is my motivation in life to pursue and finish my studies as a working student. I was employed right after I graduated in the government sector but the salary was not enough to feed my family.


I left a good job in the Philippines and ventured abroad to try my luck and for money for my family’s future. After a long journey, now I am one of the active members of The Voice of Domestic Worker and I am happy to be selected to participate in Future Voice of Migrant Domestic Workers fighting for their rights.


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Women, we have a great contribution to society, you are the light of the world and will shape to form a good family in a home or nation. Keep rising and shining, believe in yourself, in your own value, and your own worth. “There is no limit to what we, as women, can accomplish.”


Voice of Domestic Workers in Collaboration with SoundDelivery Media

The Voice of Domestic Workers
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