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Concluding Snaps of Workshop on Role of Elected Local Body for Safe Migration
PNCC Chairperson Handing Over Cheque of Blood Money to Secretary of MOFA
Glimpse of Dissemination of Analytical Report on Death Cases, 17 Dec, 2017, Kathmandu
Discussion on the Dissemination of Death Case Report, 17 Dec, 2017, Kathmandu
Dissemination of Analytical Report on Death Case, 17 Dec,2017
PNCC Members in a program organized in Saudi Arabia
PNCC distributing information materials in International Youth Day
PNCC observing 8th Annual General Meeting + 5th General Assembly
PNCC Chairperson declaring an initiation of Blood Money Collection Campaign
PNCC at GFMD Consultation Meeting
PNCC at lobby effort to implement Free Visa, Free Ticket
Photo Taken after the Nomination of Executive Committee in 5th General Assembly
Candle Light Program in the Remembrance of Deceased Migrant workers at Patan Durbar Square on 18th Dec. 2013. Photo: Kantipur National Daily
DTP Training on Promoting and Protecting Human Rights of Migrant Workers From Nepal and South Asia.
Inauguration Ceremony of DTP Training
Civil Society Group submitting concern letter to The President of Nepal under SAVE AMAR CAMPAIGN.
After completing the 3 days workshop program.
PNCC Board Members and Staffs.
Financial Support to Amar's Family

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Save Bhusal Campaign

36 years old Sthaneswor bitterly shares, "I never imagined that I would be in jail in foreign land; indeed, I came here with a dream to make a living and support my family; but things became difficult before I could translate my dream into reality".Sthaneswor Bhusal comes from a very poor family from Madhyabindu-4, Nawalparasi (one of the backward districts in Nepal). Inflicted by chronic poverty, Bhusal went to Saudi Arabia as a construction worker through Innovative Manpower Agency in 2011. Quite surprisingly, upon arrival in Saudi Arabia, he was told to work as a driver despite having no driving license. Initially, he refused but later he was bound to work as told.

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Dissemination of Analytical Report on Death Cases of Migrant Workers Concludes

18 Dec, Kathmandu: On the occasion of International Migrants Day 2017, PNCC publicized an Analytical report on death cases of migrants workers amid a r...
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Message from Chairperson

Foreign employment has become an avoidable compulsion for more than 2/3 labor force (out of 0.5 million in average) that enters into the Nepalese labour market every year. The growing nation-side poverty, dismal socio-economic situation and country’s inability to create employment opportunity within nation has become causative factors for massive labour migration of Nepalese youths.

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