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National Consultation on Policy Review/ Analysis on Correlation of Labor Migration and Human Trafficking (Jan 17, 2020)
Interaction program raising the issues of missing migrants on Dec 16, 2019.
Family members of missing migrants during the program on Dec 16,2019.
Candle Lighting program on the occasion of Int'l Migrants Day 2019.
Rally on the occasion of 71st International Human Rights Day
Coordination meeting with stakeholders at Call Center, Singhadurbar, Kathmandu on 12 June, 2019.
Photo after the nomination of Executive Committee in 10th General Assembly.
PNCC and Family of Bhupal Basnet Receives him at TIA, Kathmandu
Meeting on Possibility of Transferring Social Security Entitlements of Migrants
PNCC during promotion of Shuvayatra App in Saudi Arabia,2018
PNCC lights candles in memory of deceased migrant workers
Handover of Money to Anusha Dawadi for Her Quality Education
Photo Taken upon Return of Rescued Prashant Limbu
9th Annual General Meeting, 31 Aug, 2018
PNCC Team & Family of Sthaneswar Bhusal Receiving him at Kathmandu airport
Released Sthaneswar Bhusal with Nepali Helping Hands in KSA, June, 2018
Family, Friends, PNCC Team Receiving Sthaneswar Bhusal in TIA, Kathmandu
PNCC team distributing flyers about Shubayatra on the occasion of Intl.Workers' Day, 1 May, 2018
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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