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To improve the health and safety of migrant workers, several recommendations have been made on both global and local scales. These include:

  • Ensuring that migrant workers have access to the same rights and protections as other workers in their host country.
  • Providing migrant workers with information about their rights and how to access health care services in a language they understand.
  • Improving living conditions for migrant workers by ensuring that they have access to adequate housing, sanitation facilities, and clean water.
  • Addressing language and cultural barriers by providing translation services and cultural competency training for health care providers.

In addition to these recommendations, there are also several initiatives underway to improve the health and safety of migrant workers. For example, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has developed a number of standards and guidelines aimed at protecting the rights of migrant workers. Additionally, many countries have established programs to provide health care services to migrant workers.

By implementing these recommendations and supporting ongoing initiatives, we can work towards ensuring that all migrant workers have access to safe working conditions and quality health care services.

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