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Even when legal, Migrant workers still face exploitation from bosses, Brokers

Access to health care is being thwarted as devious labour gangs withhold vital information about their rights

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Nineteen-year-old migrant worker Teh Uh has just one thing to say when he's asked about his right of access to medical care: "No one has told me." 

He is one of thousands of migrant workers being exploited by unscrupulous and greedy labour brokers and at the mercy of corrupt health officials.

They simply haven't been made aware of their rights.

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