In Morocco, a young Berber woman in a pink uniform cleans the home of her employers, washing the clothing and linens by hand, and carefully hanging, pressing, and folding each item. In Austria, a Hungarian au pair works sixteen-hour days caring for three children under the age of 5, and must tend to her charges when they cry at night. In Saudi Arabia, a Sri Lankan woman washes, dresses, feeds, and cares for an elderly woman, in order to send remittances home to care for her two children and her mother. In New York, a Filipino man cares for a disabled man around the clock, afraid to leave for more than fi fteen minutes at a time. In Nepal, a young girl is encouraged to migrate to Kathmandu, where she is promised the opportunity of schooling and good pay, but soon discovers that her employers have enslaved her.