Fanery, 4, daughter of "Maria", a Madagascan migrant domestic worker on the way home.
"Maria", 40, came to Lebanon in 1996, she dreamt of being a doctor, and was told she would be working with old people, and orphans, she was never told about housework and was given the contract to sign in the airport.
She had three consecutive bad homes, a range of abuses were taken place between the recruitment agencies and the employers, including no fixed working hours, being forced to work 21 hour days, seven days a week, she was starved, beaten, and had her letters from home hidden away from her.
When she eventually left the third home, she met her Madagascan husband and married him in Madagascar, and returned to Lebanon as he had work there. She now has two young children and is working with a new family (does not live with them), and is happier, but misses her home country.