|Title:||Pakistan - Southern Punjab Poverty Alleviation Project (SPPAP) Aug 2018|
Nazir Mai (center) and her family stand outside their home, a Small Housing Unit provided by the Southern Punjab Poverty Alleviation project, supported by IFAD. Before the SPPAP project, she and her family were homeless and in bonded labor, forced to work in exchange for a place to stay on their landlords’ property. Ahmed Pur East, Pakistan.
Nazir Mai says, “Our landlord provided a place to stay and in return we would do household work and chores. My husband and son took care of his animals. The house was very old and made of mud. It was also up to him whether or not he would pay us wages.”
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|Categories:||New from Asia and the Pacific|