Are you too a part of Kerala Gulf Diaspora?
The years 1972 through 1983 saw the “Kerala Gulf Boom”. During this period, the mass population of Kerala migrated to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States. The population consisted of large numbers from the indigenous ethnic group of Kerala, the ‘Malayalis.
The migration started for professional reasons and is still prominent today. You can find a member or more from each second family from Kerala residing in one of these GCC states. As of today, more than 3.5 million native Malayalis or people from Kerala are living in the Middle East.
Together, these people, the natives of Kerala living in the Middle Eastern Arab states of the Persian Gulf form the Kerala Gulf Diaspora.
This post is for the women residing in any of these states. Legal abortions in Arab countries are nearly impossible to obtain. Through this post, we wish to help such women find their best safe, legal and confidential abortion options.