The Sri Lankan government will comfort families of migrant workers with therapy sessions.

The Sri Lankan government will comfort families of migrant workers with therapy sessions. The Sri Lankan government will comfort families of migrant workers with therapy sessions.


“We want to do counselling for families where mothers have
gone abroad,” said Labour & Foreign Employment Minister, Athauda Seneviratne, on
Monday.


 Cabinet, said Seneviratne, sanctioned this move a few days
ago.


The Minister was addressing a gathering organised by the
International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the International Organisation for
Migration (IOM), on protecting rights of migrant workers.


The problem of safeguarding Sri Lanka’s over one million,
mainly female, migrant workers is a lon