In developing world girls particularly those out of school continue to pay a high price for their lack of education, social status and economic asset. With no academic qualifications most of them turns to cheap labour. One of these is the domestic work. With no contract, pitiful salary these girls are subjected to various exploitation and abuse. To inform a non- profit organisation ADBEF?s action plan for the future a survey was conducted among these workers to estimate the nature of abuse and exploitation they suffer, their knowledge and skills for HIV, unintended pregnancy and sexual infections and most importantly the fulfilment of their rights by right holders, governments, communities, individuals, parents. These findings are illustrative of poverty cycle, and the need for right-based approach to development work and governance.