Indian nationals have again been urged to approach their embassy first before asking social workers for help. Indian Ambassador Alok Kumar Sinha, who started in his post earlier this summer, said that the embassy staff were committed to helpin
A majority of patients those who have recently contracted the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (Mers-CoV) in Saudi Arabia were health workers, according to a report.
The World Health Organization (W
Qatar Railways Company, the company overseeing the construction of Qatar’s integrated railway network, has launched its Ramadan 2015 initiative, voicing appreciation for its workers’ role in supporting its vision, aimed at bring the
Forty educational institutes targeting underprivileged children will be opened in India by social worker Dr Achyuta Samanta, who yesterday (June 3) received the Isa Award for Service to Humanity from His Majesty King Hamad.
An Indian social worker will pick up a $1 million cash prize and a gold medal from His Majesty King Hamad of Bahrain next month in recognition of his humanitarian work.
Dr Achyuta Samanta was yesterday (May 13) named as the recipi
Indonesia will stop sending new domestic workers to 21 Middle Eastern countries, according to recent reports in the local media.
The ban affects countries including Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar, Bahrain and Egypt, and will come in
Healthcare workers in Bahrain are calling for stress management courses to help them deal with the daily barrage of verbal assaults they often receive from unco-operative patients.
The call was made yesterday (April 21) during a H
Local filmmakers and artists have come together to highlight the plight of domestic workers in Bahrain, specifically housemaids who are often physically abused and not paid.
They have joined an awareness campaign spearheaded by th
Landlords in Bahrain who risk the lives of expatriate workers by cramming them into cramped and dangerously rundown properties face jail and fines under amended legislation.
The new rules state any property used for labour accommo
Foreign workers in Bahrain are more likely to have tuberculosis than Bahrainis, according to experts.
Health Ministry statistics for the last 10 years indicate that there are up to 26 cases per 100,000 foreign arrivals, said a rep