Sabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: BenjaminSabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: Benjamin
Sabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: Benjamin

No way out: the undocumented migrants caught between a rock and a hard place in Malaysia

  • For undocumented workers from Myanmar, life was hard in Malaysia even before the coronavirus pandemic came along
  • Many are now trapped by debt, unable to work, feed themselves or find a way home. Some have paid the ultimate price

Topic |   Malaysia
Sabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: BenjaminSabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: Benjamin
Sabe Phyu in the courtyard in Kuala Lumpur where she lives. Photo: Benjamin
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