Last week, MP Abdullah Al Mayouf called for a 50 Kuwaiti dinar (Dh642) health insurance fee for foreign domestic helpers and a 100 dinar fee for expatriates working in the private sector.
What does FDH stand for?
FDH stands for Foreign Domestic Helper
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We have 31 other meanings of FDH in our Acronym Attic
- Freunde der Guten Unterhaltung (German: Friends of Good Entertainment)
- Failure Detection and Handling
- Farah Dejohnette Horsemanship (Hartford, CT)
- Fat, Dumb, and Happy
- Fiber Distribution Hub (fiber optic enclosure)
- First Dental Health (network; various locations)
- Florida Department of Health (Tallahassee, FL)
- Florida Holding (Romania)
- Fluor Daniel Hanford, Incorporated
- Focal Dermal Hypoplasia
- Frères des Hommes (French: Brethren of Men)
- Friedrichshafen, Germany - Friedrichshafen - Lowenthal (Airport Code)
- Friss Die Haelfte (German: Eat Half As Much)
- Fukuoka Daiei Hawks (Japanese baseball team)
- Furthest Drive Home (UK band)
- Federal Department of Home Affairs (Switzerland)
- Finnish District Heating Association (Helsinki, Finland)
- Florida Dental Hygiene Association (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
- Forks of the Delaware Historical Arms Society
- Fixed DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) Hole Control (computing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The CEPD also plans to relax the restriction for the spouses and offspring of foreign white-collar workers to come to Taiwan, as well as the employment of foreign domestic helpers and the hire of mainland Chinese employees or Chinese mainlanders living abroad by multinationals in Taiwan.
The minimum allowable wage for foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong will rise by $180, from $3,740 to $3,920 per month, up 4.
11 million were foreign workers (including about 137,000 foreign domestic helpers employed in households).
It was therefore no surprise to read about the existence of the Pancyprian Association of Employers of Foreign Domestic Helpers.
Jordan also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) to improve conditions of foreign domestic helpers in Jordan, including those from Philippine.
It is estimated there are more than a million foreign domestic helpers in the country; most of them have an irregular immigration status and stand to be ejected under Berlusconi's new law.
Despite recent measures by the Jordanian government to impose restrictions on recruitment agencies in a bid to protect foreign domestic helpers, recorded cases of abuse were still on the rise, according to diplomats.