Network of healthcare centres for migrant workers a good step, but systemic shifts also needed: NGOs

SINGAPORE – For two weeks, construction worker Ronju, who goes by one name, has had the same routine.

Each day, he lines up outside the gym in the 14,000-bed PPT Lodge 1B dormitory in Seletar where he lives, gets his work permit and blood pressure checked, and is led into an air-conditioned area where he waits for his name to be called.

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