Published on 6th July 2016 by

Happy Birthday Loki (2010): How domestic service changed the life of one girl for the better.

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Mumbai is full of tragic stories of girls who have been prised from their families and sold into an abusive life of slavery. Yet for Loki, life as a domestic servant is a priceless social net.

Like all of the domestic servants working in Mumbai, Loki’’s past is marred by tragedy: sold at a very young age for a couple of rupees and sexually exploited, Loki has no understanding of human rights. Yet with an employer who treats her with respect, Loki has it better than most. She eats more than a growing boy and is addicted to television. ““It’s like she’s part of the family”,” says Loki’’s employer.

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