This week we mark International Migrant Workers’ Day with an Indonesian story, that is at its heart, a global story.
There are six million Indonesian women working as nannies, cleaners and cooks in wealthier countries like Malaysia and Saudi Arabia.
Despite the horrific stories that appear almost weekly in the Indonesian media more women leave daily.
Rebecca Henschke profiles one former migrant labor who experienced the trauma of work abroad.
Her story begins in a village dominated by men and children.