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Filipino Families Struggle With Motherhood Exodus

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Being both mother and father to the children is difficult, says an unemployed man whose wife works as a domestic helper in Dubai. The feminization of migration leaves more families affected by what one researcher calls the commodification of motherhood.

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