About Us

PNCC strives to ensure that the rights of Nepali migrant workers respected, guaranteed and promoted and aims to create an environment where Nepalese migrant workers can entertain their rights, by advocating, generating knowledge, sharing information, building partnerships and capacitating various response groups at national, regional and international levels. PNCC envisions a safer, dignified and productive labor migration that could largely contribute for the holistic development of nation as well as to all migrant workers & their families

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Recent Activities

We move forward with a goal to generate knowledge with the procedural interventions on safer channel of migration and the protection of migrant workers

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PNCC strives to ensure that the rights of Nepali migrant workers respected, guaranteed and promoted...

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Our Projects

PNCC aims to create an environment where Nepalese migrant workers can entertain their rights, by advocating, generating knowledge, sharing information, building partnerships and capacitating various response groups at national, regional and international levels.

Blood Money Campaign

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MRVRS Malaysia Project

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Safer Migration Project(SaMi)

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Shelter Support Project

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Migration News

Read and stay updated with all the activities, news and notices regarding migration.

विदेशबाट उद्धार गरिएका श्रमिकसँग श्रममन्त्रीको छलफल

  ११ वैशाख, काठमाडौं । श्रम, रोजगार तथा सामाजिक सुरक्षामन्त्री कृष्णकुमार श्रेष्ठले मलेसियाबाट उद्धार गरिएका श्रमिकहरुसँग आवासगृहमा पुगेर उनीहरुले भोगेका समस्याहरुबारे जानकारी लिएका छन्। आइतवार काठमाडौंको बसुन्धरास्थित प्रवासी नेपाली समन्वय समितिको आवासगृहमा मन्त्री श्रेष्ठले मलेसियाबाट उद्धार गरिएका श्रमिकहरुसँग विदेशी भूमिमा नेपालीहरुले भोगेका समस्याको कारण र समाधानका उपायबारे छलफल गरेका हुन् । मन्त्री श्रेष्ठले विदेशमा अलपत्र […]

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साउदी अरबमा कोरोना भाईरस (कोभिड -१९) को कारणले समस्यामा पर्नु भएको छ ? तपाईको समस्या सहजिकरण सेवाको लागि प्रवासी नेपाली समन्वय समिति (पि एन सि सि) का स्वयंसेवकहरुबाट सहयोग लिनुहोस् ।

साउदी अरबमा कोरोना भाईरस (कोभिड -१९) को कारणले विभिन्न समस्यामा पर्नु भएका नेपाली श्रमिकलाई सहयोग गर्ने उद्देश्यका संस्थाद्धारा परिचालित स्वयंसेवकहरुलाई सम्पर्क गरेर आफ्नो गुनासो तथा समस्याहरु प्रत्यक्ष रुपमा फोन मार्फत आफ्नो समस्या राख्न सक्नु हुनेछ । तपाईहरुको समस्यालाई स्वयंसेवकहरुले सम्वन्धित निकायमा पुर्‍याउनका लागि सहजिकरण गर्नु हुनेछ । साउदी अरबका विभिन्न ठाउँमा परिचालित स्वंयसेवकहरुको विवरण यस […]

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Message from the Chairperson

Foreign employment has become an unavoidable 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. A rough estimate says about 1500 youths turn into migrant workers every day supporting family survival and relative better life one way or other.

The recent study shows that 56% households in Nepal rely on hard earned remittance that comes from foreign countries. It has also been said that the remittance contributes 29.6% (NRB,2016) in the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

Rescue Form

Vacancy Announcement

PNCC invites applications from qualified and experience Nepali individuals for below mentioned positions.

1. Position: Project Coordinator – 1 (Kathmandu based)

2. Position: Program Officer (Case Management) – 1 (Kathmandu  Based) 

Application procedures: Qualified and interested individuals can send a letter of interest, updated CV with PP size photo, expected salary and contact details of two referees to vacancy@pncc.org.np within 30 July 2022, 5:00 PM Nepali Time. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the further screening process. Telephone inquiries will not be entertained.

Note: PNCC promotes workforce diversity and applies positive discrimination to women candidates and candidates from Dalit, Janajati, Madhesi/Terai, and other minority communities.