Podcast

Women's Voices

Monday, 20 February, 2006

A migrant's story

Mehta Paul tells her migration story. She came alone, loved the cooler climate, the efficiencies of systems and the chances for achieving her goals. She took low wage jobs, but studied and found rewarding work once her language skills were adapted. Mehta tells Rezwan about the challenges and achievements.

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